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Popular Adult TV Costumes For 2010
Gumby was birthed in the 1950's with a green clay character. Gumby's and Pokey's were first made with rolling pins and cookie cutters. The Lutheran Church saw Gumby as a TV show with good morals and lessons and created Davey & Goliath episodes. The resurgence of Gumby came in the 1980's with A New Gumby Series. In the 1990's Nickelodeon used all of the Gumby Adventures for their anchor spots. To this day, there is a new upwelling of popularity for the green clay boy. A Gumby costume is a great costume as 4 generations have grown up with him.
I Dream of Jeannie
I Dream of Jeannie was a storyline of an astronaut Tony Nelson finding a beautiful, blond 2000-year-old genie in a bottle. Jeannie turns out to be mischievous, a little innocent and very much in love with her master. This was produced from 1965 to 1970 in which Barbara Eden wore little more than her revealing Jeannie costume.
A very bad, bad dream--but with a happy ending! When you hear the name Elvira, one person comes to mind. Elvira is a Halloween icon and symbol of all things spooky, the one and only Mistress of the Dark. Elvira was the first horror host ever to be syndicated nationally and has developed as one of the most original and outrageous characters in popular culture today. You're not just beautiful; you're dangerous.
Alice in Wonderland
No matter how big or how small, in this costume you're sure to have a ball! Alice in Wonderland has become one of the most famous children's books of all time, one that appeals to children as well as adults. The story tells what happens to a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit-hole into a fantasy world which is populated by weird imaginary creatures and objects that come alive and have a personality, like talking playing cards.
Cat In The Hat
Unlike most every other cat, The Cat In The Hat is attracted to water. Or at least, rainy days. That is when he comes to bored kids houses and offers to play with them, although his ways are not always clean. In the end, massive cleanup is needed but fortunately the cat's hat has both fun and tidy things in it.
Fred and Wilma Flintstone and their best friends, Barney and Betty Rubble, live in the prehistoric city of Bedrock but faces the problems of contemporary working-class life. After a day at the rock quarry, Fred and Barney arrive home in a stone-age vehicle with stone wheels and a fringe on top.
Batman was a hugely popular series, and it's the reason Batman became one of the most recognizable and popular comic book characters in the world. The thing about the 1960s Batman is that it's a very well done and very funny show. The show was intentionally played a certain way, and in that respect, it's a success.
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