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Singin' in the Rain

     This is a large apartment building (over 600 hundred pieces) from the 1952 movie, "Singin' in the Rain." There are three floors in the back of the set including a roof and sidewalk (that you can see if you look on picture three of my project) that I would like to describe to you. The first floor is more of a kitchen with a dark brown chest, and chair, along with a black record disc nearby on the floor, a table, and a coffee machine with two white coffee mugs. The second floor resembles a messy child's bedroom with a blue and orange bed with a white pillow, a stack of comic books lying around, a wooden box, a desk with some books lying around and a trophy, a couple of more books, and a green recliner in the corner. The third floor contains a few boxes with a broom on one box, a large desk with a seat, a bottle, a root beer soda can, a desk lamp, a stool nearby, and a small short table with a white stand with a red hat hanging on it.. On the roof, there are smooth flat pieces surrounding the border of the roof with a tall, chimney and some white smoke coming out of it. And finally, the sidewalk includes a stairway into the building, a gutter coming down to pour all over a minifigure just like in the movie, two lampposts, a wooden box with meat in it, and two bike stands along with two red bikes. There are also 4 minifigures that come in the set.

      (If you look on picture two of the project) you will see the minifigures in this order. On the far left, is Cosmo Brown, next to Cosmo is Don Lockwood holding a black umbrella, next to Don is Kathy Selden holding a pink umbrella, and on the far right is a cop. these are all the minifigures that come in the set.

      The reason that I built this set is the reason that this movie is very special to me. I love movies, and since I love this movie so much, I thought to myself, "I wonder if this would make a cool set," so I bui lt it and... here it is.

     Lastly, the reason that I think this would make a great Lego set is because of all the negative space in the set. For example, there is enough negative space in each room, roof, and sidewalk for the minifigures to replicate movements and even walk around and explore their surroundings. This is how and why I think this would make a great Lego set. So please support it and tell all your friends and family to help make this dream... or set, come true and become a Lego Set!

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