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Become a badgered booklover! Convention Exclusive replica features Henry Bemis' books and glasses. From the intriguing The Twilight Zone episode 'Time Enough at Last.' The book stack serves as a storage box! Entertainment Earth Convention Exclusive! Bif Bang Pow!'s third prop replica from The Twilight Zone! In the intriguing 1959 The Twilight Zone episode 'Time Enough at Last,' actor Burgess Meredith played badgered booklover Henry Bemis, a nearsighted bank clerk who found himself in the post-apocalyptic world following a nuclear attack. Henry may be gone, but you can take his place with the remarkable The Twilight Zone Henry Bemis Books Replica from Bif Bang Pow!. This marvelous reproduction includes a stack of Henry's precious books and a pair of actual glasses! The full-color book stack measures about 9-inches wide x 7-inches deep x 4-inches tall and opens at the top to serve as a storage box. The glasses feature Henry's signature black frames and thick, clear lenses. Also included is a removable/reusable film that can be placed over the lenses to resemble Henry's cracked-glasses, as seen in the end of the episode. Henry would be oh so happy! 'You're traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. That's the signpost up ahead. Your next stop... the Twilight Zone.' (Spoken by Rod Serling at the beginning of each The Twilight Zone episode.)
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