2 1/2" mini movie house (kind of)

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antny000
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2 1/2" mini movie house (kind of)

Post by antny000 » Sun Mar 10, 2013 1:07 pm

I was looking for dollhouse kits, and I came across this.

I couldn't help but notice how it kind of resembles the movie house as it looks now.

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Re: 2 1/2" mini movie house (kind of)

Post by Rokiisun » Mon Mar 11, 2013 5:24 pm

My folks still have my sister's wooden doll house from
when she was a teenager and into crafts. It could pass
as the amityville horror house if it had a paint job.

Right now it looks more like the hotel from bon voyage
Charlie Brown...
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Re: 2 1/2" mini movie house (kind of)

Post by Matt9290 » Tue Mar 12, 2013 2:51 am

Rokiisun wrote:My folks still have my sister's wooden doll house from
when she was a teenager and into crafts. It could pass
as the amityville horror house if it had a paint job.

Right now it looks more like the hotel from bon voyage
Charlie Brown...
I’m not sure which I’d prefer? A model of the Amityville house or the Château du Mal Voisin, (AKA The House of the Bad Neighbor) from the Charlie Brown movie.

Charles M. Schulz based Mal Voisin on the real Manoir de Malvoisine which he lived in for about six weeks during his time serving in World War II.

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Re: 2 1/2" mini movie house (kind of)

Post by kathyM » Tue Mar 12, 2013 6:24 am

That is a cool looking house! I would like to see the inside.

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