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A Christmas Story You'll Shoot Your Eye Out Retro Pint Glass from Warner Bros.

A Christmas Story You'll Shoot Your Eye Out Retro Pint Glass from Warner Bros.
$10.36
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Superman The Man Of Steel: Metallic Finish Statue By Gary Frank from Warner Bros.

Superman The Man Of Steel: Metallic Finish Statue By Gary Frank from Warner Bros.
$79.95
Based on the designs of superstar artist Gary Frank, this Superman statue renders the Man of Steel in a metallic ...

Godzilla Deluxe Adult Inflatable Costume from Warner Bros.

Godzilla Deluxe Adult Inflatable Costume from Warner Bros.
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Stomp around town this Halloween as Godzilla, in this inflatable monster costume. Includes themed inflatable jumpsuit with battery operated fan ...

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With a heavy heart, Place it on Lucky Dan mourns the loss of actor Harold Gould. The man who offered the phrase on the masthead was 86 and a favorite.

The video below has been blocked by NBC Universal, not content with profits from a 40-year old film that won Best Picture and would have seemingly maxed it’s earnings potential somewhere prior to the posting of this one minute promotional clip.

One of the finest films ever made, if you don’t own a copy, look for it instead in HD on Turner Classic Movies (schedule here). Usually shown monthly, DVR the film, then burn copies on DVD — they make excellent gifts.

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