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Bill Mimbu
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Posted: 03 June 2020 at 5:05pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

The Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments catalog for 2020 is out (with first releases in July):

Hallmark Dream Book 2020 (Movie & TV Ornaments)

The Trek ones appear to be Mirror-Mirror themed, though the expensive USS Enterprise ornament is a little strange...

USS Enterprise Tree Topper (with Mirror Universe dialogue?!)

Just hope the folks who will actually use that on a tree don't have a cat named Sylvia...
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Posted: 03 June 2020 at 5:28pm | IP Logged | 2 post reply


I really love the vintage Aquaman-on-seahorse and the Lynda Carter Wonder Woman...

...but that EMPIRE STRIKES BACK "Chewie-carrying-Leia" ornament is flippin' adorable.





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I keep coming back to the "You're a Good Man , Charlie Brown" one. Perfection!
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The Triple Dog Dare is a sure thing, and I really do love the Peanuts Boy and his Dog!
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The Boy and His Dog is great! Two Caps this year! Nice items this year.
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Ron Grant
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What no covid 19 mask ornament?
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Posted: 04 June 2020 at 3:59am | IP Logged | 7 post reply

The tree-topper remains intriguing, but I can't honestly justify ANOTHER Enterprise!

Not until they release the eleven footer, anyway!

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Eric Sofer
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Posted: 04 June 2020 at 8:20am | IP Logged | 8 post reply

Mr. Byrne, you must have a thirty foot pine tree in your living room for an eleven foot ornament. I mean... that's cool, don't get me wrong!

Maybe that would work as a weather vane...
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If you haven't been to DC lately, I can recommend visiting the Air & Space Museum (after the covid-19 crisis and civil unrest abates, that is). The museum has made a very nice display for the Enterprise on the main floor, near the entrances off Independence Ave.

Aside from the model itself, there are photos of the cast gathered to present the model to the Smithsonian back in the '70s, along with some shots of it being rehabilitated after its long tenure in the gift shop and (before that) hanging from the ceiling on the second floor.
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Wow, some GREAT ones this year!!!
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Andrew Bitner
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Seeing the Wonder Woman ornament reminds me also...

Some of WW84 was shot next door to the Air & Space, at the Hirschhorn Museum. If you see the trailer, the bit where Steve Trevor mistakes a trash can for an art display was done there.

The parts inside the shopping mall were shot about a fifteen minute walk from my condo in Alexandria. Landmark Mall had been closed but was refurbished to look like an '80s hotspot.
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Bill Guerra
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I'm all about the Autobot Jazz ornament from the Transformers line!

I'm thinking the Mandalorian and the Child as well. Maybe a couple of the Marvel characters. It seems most of them don't come out until October, so I have time to decide which ones I'll pick up...
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