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Zoltar fortune teller (battery operated) from 1988 movie "Big"

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    Posted 6 years ago

    lauralou4
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    This item has been used once. It is a desktop version of the zoltar machine from the 1988 movie starring Tom Hanks. It is fully operational. I received it as a gift a number of years ago. It is plastic with no damage.

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    1. Virginia.vintage Virginia.vintage, 6 years ago
      I love it!!!!!!
      One of my favourites movies ever!! Love Tom Hanks in that scene with the magic machine!
      Many thanks for share this lovely item!!
    2. MisterEsoteric MisterEsoteric, 6 years ago
      Big! I liked the executive woman that he was with. And the walk away scene at the end when he looks back and smiles and she realizes she slept with a 14 year old.

      That and the Robert Loggia piano scene. I miss FAO Schwarz.

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