The Pearl Movie Poster (11 x 17 Inches – 28cm x 44cm) (2006) Czchecoslovakian Style B -(Freddie Prinze Jr.)(Rob Schneider)(Evan Rachel Wood)(Donal Logue)(Andy Dick)(Fran Drescher)

The Pearl Movie Poster (11 x 17 Inches – 28cm x 44cm) (2006) Czchecoslovakian Style B -(Freddie Prinze Jr.)(Rob Schneider)(Evan Rachel Wood)(Donal Logue)(Andy Dick)(Fran Drescher)

  • The Pearl Poster Mini Promo (11 x 17 Inches – 28cm x 44cm) Czchecoslovakian Style B
  • The Amazon image is how the poster will look; If you see imperfections they will also be in the poster
  • Mini Posters are ideal for customizing small spaces; Same exact image as a full size poster at half the cost
  • Size is provided by the manufacturer and may not be exact
  • Packaged with care and shipped in sturdy reinforced packing material

The Pearl Poster (11 x 17 Inches – 28cm x 44cm) (2006) Czchecoslovakian Style B reproduction poster print

CAST: Freddie Prinze Jr.,Rob Schneider,Evan Rachel Wood,Donal Logue,Andy Dick,Fran Drescher,John Rhys-Davies,R. Lee Ermey,Bruno Alexander,Brice Beckham,Jimmy Bennett,Dylan Cash,Michael Cornacchia,Richard Epcar,David Fickas; DIRECTED BY: Howard E. Baker,John Fox;

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The Doll (1919)/Ernst Lubitsch in Berlin (2006)

The Doll (1919)/Ernst Lubitsch in Berlin (2006)

  • DIE PUPPE w/LUBITSCH IN BERLIN (DVD MOVIE)

The Doll – Produced In Berlin in 1919, Ernest Lubitsch’s The Doll (Die Puppe) is a charming romantic fantasy that shows the director already in full command of the now-legendary “Lubitsch touch.” Lubitsch in Berlin – Featuring interviews with daughter Nicola Lubitsch, film historians Enno Patalas and Jan-Christopher Horak and filmmaker Tom Tykwer (among others), Ernst Lubitsch In Berlin documents the life of the legendary filmmaker from his birth in 1892 to his departure for Hollywood in 1923.

List Price: $ 29.98

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2006 Upper Deck World Baseball Classic Box Set #1 Derek Jeter

2006 Upper Deck World Baseball Classic Box Set #1 Derek Jeter

2006 Upper Deck Co. trading card in near mint/mint condition, authenticated by Seller

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Self-Portrait, 2006

Self-Portrait, 2006
Weird
Image by DerrickT
I have had this idea for a make-up experiment using various rubber silicon "pieces" from other projects that were not in use (all handmade by my uncle) for a while now. The nose that I have on my nose here (ha! That sounds surreal, doesn’t it? How about what my uncle said? — "I’ve got a cheek in my top drawer" — which created a bloom of laughter from me also) is a Quasimodo nose. The nose that is growing out of my right cheek is a nose my uncle made from his own nose from a previous experiment a few years back. There are two large alien eyes that are situated on the top of my head as well, but are a bit obscurred, except that you can see the "white" of one of the eyes if you look to your right. The piece in the middle of my forehead is a rubber silicon eye that was "uncolored" with any substance and was basically a free-form piece for possible projects. Before all of these pieces were put on, he applied some homemade "skin" (made out of various elements including glue, karo syrup, tissue paper and a few others, which was a Dick Smith ingredient) which was a piece that was glued onto my face using Elmer’s glue (again, an old Dick Smith trick!) which was applied onto my forehead and went around and over my right eye and down over my right cheek. After this, more pieces were added to my left cheek and my forehead area. Next, he applied the left eye which was also made out of a scrap of rubber silicon and which added to the make-up improvisation! After that was applied, the mouth piece was added (which is actually a "vampire puncture" mold, which I decided would work as a weird mouth). The mouth piece wasn’t "applied" in any way, except for the fact that I licked my lips a bit and used my saliva for "natural glue", which works really well when it is only going to be on there for a few moments.

As mentioned, this was basically an experimental make-up improvisational collage-work. It took a little over an hour or so to complete I would say. Now I see what John Hurt went through with his 12-hour make-up procedures from The Elephant Man! No where near as time-consuming and gut-wrenching as this. In fact, he was contemplating quitting acting after that role!

So, ladies and gentlemen! Step right up and be the first to see THE WEIRDO OF BURDEN at your local FREAK CIRCUS!

Later on, after the show, I’ll disguise myself as Derrick!

2006 Backpack Toys Teddy Ruxpin (TEDDY IV) w Cartridge

2006 Backpack Toys Teddy Ruxpin (TEDDY IV) w Cartridge

In mid 2006, BackPack Toys re-released Teddy Ruxpin. It was the first time in nearly a decade that Teddy had been available brand-new, and the first time since Worlds Of Wonder had ceased production that Teddy had been produced in the high quality the character and fans deserved.

“Teddy IV” used Mp3 cartridges instead of cassette tapes to animate the Illiop, and his eyes, fur and exteriors are also the highest quality. BackPack Toys’ also re-designed the toy’s controls, making him easier to us

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Exterior set from When a Stranger Calls (2006)

Exterior set from When a Stranger Calls (2006)
Strange
Image by a75
this house was built as a set for the 2006 remake of ‘When A Stranger Calls’.
Franklin Canyon Park, Beverly Hills

Adelaide Fringe Parade 2006 – Weird Bikes

Adelaide Fringe Parade 2006 – Weird Bikes
Weird
Image by Kayhadrin
Weird Bikers.
They may go far with these…

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