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  1. Default Who has any of these classic in their haunted house still to this day?? 
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    Remember these guys... this company was once owned by a good friend of mine Dennis Kingslover who owned and operated a haunted house in Kansas City. He was killed inside of his own haunted house... tragic story. His partner on this company was Jim Grevas who has been posting some videos on youtube. Check out this classic product line! I still have the talking head not using it but I have it!!!!

     

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    Classic for sure. I remember seeing this in one of your Hauntworld videos at The Darkness. They made Nefarious too.


    Allan
     

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    I still have an Air cannon I got from them in our first year.. Swapped out the valve about 4 years ago. It is still our best cannon and more advanced than any that have come after. It has a pressure switch that will only let it fire if it has the correct air pressure, so every time it fires it is a serious blast.

    This is our 17th season we are heading into...!

    BTW I am looking for a Stagefright Quagmire if anyone wants to get rid of one...


    Thanks!
    Ben Armstrong
    NETHERWORLD HAUNTED HOUSE
    www.Fearworld.com
    www.NetherworldNetwork.com
     

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    Larry,

    You still have that talking head prop? I remember it vividly from the first Transworld show I went to t back in 1997. You would not be willing to sell it... would you? Does it still work?
     

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    Thanks for posting this video Larry! I remember going to my first TW show back in '95 and seeing Stagefright Studios work! You could count on one hand the number of companies who made talking animations--remember Eric Princz? I was very impressed with Stagefright's Quagmire. amd talking Grandfather clock. Im surprised no other company has taken over making those pieces!

    I still have all my Stagefright catologs
     

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    Larry,
    I spoke to Eric Princz a few months back and he said Jim Grevas still has the mold to the Quagmire and he'd be willing to pull copies if youre interested.
     

  7. Default Quagmire 
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    Casketvamp2,

    Not familiar with his work but if the Quagmire Corpses is the wall animation with the moving jaws I'd be very interested in buying a couple...they look great. Can you pass on his contact info to me? Thanks.



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    Yes, the Quagmire is the wall of faces and body parts! Its a very cool piece!!
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    Im feeling Brave at posting pics tonight!!!!!!
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  10. Default Quagmire... 
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    Very cool...I have a room I'd love to dowith these panels! Any chance of passing on his contact info to me or give him mine? Thanks.




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