PinPics | Free Disney Pin Trading Database

PP165495     DSSH - Ernesto - Cuties - Coco

DSSH - Ernesto - Cuties - Coco

165495 - DSSH - Ernesto - Cuties - Coco 165495 - DSSH - Ernesto - Cuties - Coco

Pin Stats

  • Origin: DSSH - Disney Studio Store Hollywood
  • Limited Edition: LE 300
  • Year on Pin / Released: 2021
  • SKU:   
  • Original Price: $ 21.95
  • Owns: 4
  • Wanting: 6
  • Trading: 1

Front Description

This pin is part of the ongoing Cuties series released at the Disney Studio Store Hollywood (DSSH) on November 1, 2021, via an online pin release. It features Ernesto as a skeleton from Pixar's "Coco". He is seen playing his guitar, with his sugar skull face paint on, adorned with screen printed details. He is wearing a grey sombrero and charro or charra outfit or suit (traje de charro, in Spanish)...a style of dress originating in Mexico and based on the clothing of a type of horseman, the charro. The style of clothing is often associated with charreada participants, mariachi music performers, Mexican history, and celebration in festivals. Ernesto de la Cruz is the main antagonist of the film. He was a famous singer, musician, and actor who had dazzled the audience with his good looks and his charm while he's performing. De la Cruz was viewed as a symbol of Mexican pride due to his handsome looks, supposedly strong morals, and his standing up for his fellow Mexicans. He died when he was crushed by a giant bell mid-performance and resides as a soul in the Land of the Dead. However, it was revealed that Héctor Rivera was the actual writer of the songs, and Ernesto had betrayed Héctor by murdering him and falsely passing his victim's songs off as his own compositions to gain fame and fortune. This, in turn, makes him not only responsible for beginning both the Rivera family's ban on music, but also their disownment of Héctor in the first place. He additionally serves as the archenemy of both his ex-fan Miguel Rivera and his former childhood best friend Héctor. He was voiced by Benjamin Bratt, who also played El Macho in Despicable Me 2, Antonio Pope in Ride Along 2, and El Topo in Snitch. His Spanish singing voice was performed by Antonio Sol. Coco is a 2017 American animated fantasy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It was directed by Lee Unkrich, co-directed by Adrian Molina, and produced by Darla K Anderson, from a screenplay written by Molina and Matthew Aldrich, and a story by Unkrich, Molina, Aldrich, and Jason Katz, based on an original idea conceived by Unkrich. The film stars the voices of Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach, Renée Victor, Ana Ofelia Murguía, and Edward James Olmos. The story follows a 12-year-old boy named Miguel (Gonzalez) who is accidentally transported to the Land of the Dead, where he seeks the help of his deceased musician great-great-grandfather to return him to his family and reverse their ban on music. Coco premiered on October 20, 2017, during the Morelia International Film Festival in Morelia, Mexico. It was theatrically released in Mexico the following week, the weekend before Día de los Muertos, and in the United States on November 22, 2017. The film received acclaim for its animation, voice acting, music, visuals, emotional story, and respect for Mexican culture. It grossed over $814 million worldwide, becoming the 16th highest-grossing animated film ever at the time of its release. Coco received two awards at the 90th Academy Awards and numerous other accolades. The film was chosen by the National Board of Review as the Best Animated Film of 2017. Characters in Coco Cuties set: Hector, Miguel, Miguel in Hoodie, Tia Rosita, Mama Imelda, Dante, Pepita, Ernesto, Papa Julio. Set: #165474, #165490, #165491, #165492, #165493, #165494, #165495, #165496, #165497.

Previous Comments
Previous Scrapper Comments