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1956 Boxing Kangaroo Mans dresser organizer featured in "Pulp Fiction" movie

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Figurines181 of 634Solid marble statue "the thinker" modern version  no  maker marks.Art Deco bon bon dish. S. Reich & co. Czech c.1930/40s
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Posted 2 months ago

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Weirdpuckett
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This Kangaroo is a "I saw it in a movie" piece.... has a tray( front pouch)for loose change....a open pocket (on its side) for a wallet....and the tail for hanging a wristwatch upon...Do you recall, in the movie Pulp Fiction where Bruce Willis instructed his faithful girlfriend to hurry up and find that watch in his apartment? It was hang in' on this guy right here! Bruce played the part of a boxer, so I guess the set designer wanted "boxing" themed piece for the scene....it has a makers mark but its difficult to make out because its impressed into outside of piece(near wallet opening)and the heavy glaze makes it nondiscernable .My best guess is "fine enterprise inc.)

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  1. Aimathena Aimathena, 2 months ago
    LiL cutie
  2. budkoh budkoh, 2 months ago
    Nice! My dad and uncle both got one for Christmas back then!
  3. Weirdpuckett Weirdpuckett, 2 months ago
    That's cool Budco! They still have ' em I wonder?

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