I was skeptical about the autographs, but most of the characters were only too happy to oblige her.
And for the photos as well.
Pluto does an especially good job considering he a) is forced to sign the autograph on top of his nose and b) he has no discernible thumbs.
On the California Adventure side, the characters were dressed in clothes from the 1920s and '30s, like Mickey's trolley car conductor finery.
A couple of Mummy-inspired characters, their make-up and costumes made even more impressive by the built-in stilts. The Anubis-looking fellow made my day when he crouched behind a stack of t-shirts at the entrance of the gift shop and softly snarled at three girls as they exited, eliciting significant squeals from them and a number of chuckles from bystanders like myself.
Check out the eyes on Nefertiti here as well...
This gentleman starts out his day disguised as part of the statue near the entrance of Universal Studios, then makes his way around the park in a robotic fashion. It was 35 degrees out, and he is in black from head to toe, so you have to respect his commitment...
Even I, a man whose photographic reluctance is second only to Bigfoot, could not resist getting a picture taken with 'the ghost with the most'.
The highlight though, was when Glory waited in line for an hour to meet Merida, the Scottish princess who is the main character from Disney's Brave.
The main reason for the long wait though, was the amount of time Merida spent with each little girl she met with. When she asked Glory where she was from, Glory told her Canada, to which Merida replied, "Oh, Canada! My brothers like to put maple syrup on everything!"