Official Licensed Product. Boys outfit. Let your little one's imagination go wild with this fantastic costume! Perfect for fancy dress parties, Halloween, Christmas, birthdays, book day and any kind of dress up occasion.
The Aeromax Jr. Firefighter RED helmet is adjustable and fits most youth sizes 3 to 12. It lights up and makes realistic siren sounds. Great construction with durable plastic and great attention to detail. A great match for the Aeromax Jr. Firefighter suit in Black or Tan. Aeromax quality products make great gifts for girls and boys. This item has been tested to meet USA safety standards for children's products.
This Fire Fighter Skull Statue is made of high quality polyresin, meticulously hand painted and polished individually. Color tone may vary from pictures. This Fire Fighter Skull Statue is 7.25" long, 6.25" tall and 6.25" deep approximately. It weighs about 1.5 pound.
There's no heat or flame but the Bob LED simulated Flame sure looks real. The effect is created by 54 Orange and 12 Blue LEDs.
It's Fourth Of July Weekend, and the recently discovered corpse of Sgt. Sam Harper - killed by 'friendly fire' during the first Gulf War - is returned to his all-American hometown. But when Sam rises from the dead to punish the unpatriotic, only his young nephew and a bitter Korean War veteran (Soul icon Isaac Hayes of SHAFT and SOUTH PARK fame) can stop his red-blooded rampage. Draft dodgers, tax cheats, crooked politicians and flag-burners beware: UNCLE SAM wants you... DEAD! Timothy Bottoms (THE LAST PICTURE SHOW), Bo Hopkins (THE WILD BUNCH), William Smith (FAST COMPANY), P.J. Soles (HALLOWEEN, CARRIE) and Oscar nominee Robert Forster (JACKIE BROWN) co-star in this zombie horror hit directed by William Lustig (MANIAC, RELENTLESS) and written by Larry Cohen (IT'S ALIVE, PHONE BOOTH). UNCLE SAM has been remastered from original negative materials and loaded with Extras that include an all-new, no-holds-barred audio commentary with Cohen and Lustig! Bonus features include: Audio Commentary #1 with Director William Lustig, Writer Larry Cohen and Producer George G. Braunstein, Audio Commentary #2 with Director William Lustig and Star Isaac Hayes (Recorded in 1998), Fire Stunts with Audio Commentary by Stunt Coordinator Spiro Razatos, Theatrical Trailer, Poster & Still Galleries