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Okay, campers, rise and shine! It’s Groundhog Day!
The big question on everybody’s lips, on their chapped lips, is do you think Phil will come out and see his shadow? It’s February the 2nd. Welcome to Punxsutawney, meet the most famous weatherman and relive the same day over and over again. This model is homage to the comedy film Groundhog Day (1993), directed by Harold Ramis and starring Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell and Chris Elliott. What if there is no tomorrow?
- Includes 6 minifigures: Phil Connors, Phil Connors in his pajamas, Rita Hanson, Larry the cameraman and two members of the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club Inner Circle, plus the groundhog Punxsutawney Phil.
- The set has two buildings: Phil’s bedroom and Punxsutawney Phil’s stage.
- Accessories include a clock radio, two microphones, two bags, a camera, a cane, a scarf, a hat, two playing cards, a pizza, a scroll and a sign.
- Special print pieces are Gobbler’s Knob sign, Phil sign, the scroll, “6 more weeks of winter” sign notice and the two screens of the clock radio.
- Recreate iconic scenes from the movie.
- Wake up to “I Got You Babe” again and again. Choose the time: 5.59 or 6.00.
- Dance to the “Pennsylvania Polka” and meet Punxsutawney Phil.
- Great for display or role-playing scenes.
- This set includes over 690 pieces.
- Each scene base measures over 5’’ (12,80 cm) wide and 5’’ (12,80 cm) deep.
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