The House That Gave Sucky Tricks Costumes

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| [[File:kotpotatoes.png|150px]] || [[The King of Town]] || Devil's Tower Mashed Potatoes || The Devil's Tower was a mountain that appeared in the 1977 film ''Close Encounters of the Third Kind''. During the course of the film, a replica of the mountain is built several times by electrician Roy Neary (Richard Dreyfuss), using several items including mashed potatoes.|| [[Wikipedia:Close Encounters of the Third Kind|Wikipedia Article]]
| [[File:kotpotatoes.png|150px]] || [[The King of Town]] || Devil's Tower Mashed Potatoes || The Devil's Tower was a mountain that appeared in the 1977 film ''Close Encounters of the Third Kind''. During the course of the film, a replica of the mountain is built several times by electrician Roy Neary (Richard Dreyfuss), using several items including mashed potatoes.|| [[Wikipedia:Close Encounters of the Third Kind|Wikipedia Article]]
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| [[File:poopsmithf-r.png|150px]] || [[The Poopsmith]] || Feyd-Rautha || Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen is a central character in the ''Dune'' series of novels created by Frank Herbert. The Poopsmith's costume depicts Feyd-Rautha is the 1985 film based on the original novel, where he was played by Sting. || [[Wikipedia:Feyd-Rautha|Wikipedia Article]]
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| [[File:poopsmithf-r.png|150px]] || [[The Poopsmith]] || Feyd-Rautha || Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen is a central character in the ''Dune'' series of novels created by Frank Herbert. The Poopsmith's costume depicts Feyd-Rautha as portrayed by Sting in the 1985 film adaptation of ''Dune''. || [[Wikipedia:Feyd-Rautha|Wikipedia Article]]
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| [[File:homsarfidgit.png|150px]] || [[Homsar]] || Fidgit || Fidgit is one of a band of dwarves who appear in the 1981 Terry Gilliam fantasy film ''Time Bandits''. The dwarves travel through time looking for treasure to steal. || [[Wikipedia:Time Bandits|Wikipedia Article]]
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| [[File:homsarfidgit.png|150px]] || [[Homsar]] || Fidgit || Fidgit is one of a band of six dwarves who appear in the 1981 Terry Gilliam fantasy film ''Time Bandits''. The dwarves travel through time looking for treasure to steal. || [[Wikipedia:Time Bandits|Wikipedia Article]]
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| [[File:sscameronfrye.png|150px]] || [[Strong Sad]] || Cameron Frye || Cameron Frye is a character played by Alan Ruck in the 1986 film ''Ferris Bueller's Day Off''. Despite being best friend to the title character, Ferris describes Cameron as highly uptight, which is part of the reason why Ferris convinces Cameron to cut school with him.|| [[Wikipedia:Ferris Bueller's Day Off|Wikipedia Article]]
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| [[File:sscameronfrye.png|150px]] || [[Strong Sad]] || Cameron Frye || Cameron Frye is a character played by Alan Ruck in the 1986 film ''Ferris Bueller's Day Off''. Despite being his best friend, Ferris describes Cameron as highly uptight, which is part of the reason why Ferris convinces Cameron to cut school with him.|| [[Wikipedia:Ferris Bueller's Day Off|Wikipedia Article]]
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| [[Image:pompomwilson.png|150px]] || [[Pom Pom]] || Wilson || Wilson is the volleyball that Chuck Nolan was left to talk to while stranded on a remote island in the film ''Cast Away''. Wilson got his "face" when Chuck touched him with his bloody hand while sifting through the wreckage of his crashed airplane and became closely attached to the ball, even apologizing to it as he was forced to leave Wilson behind after the ball fell off his makeshift raft. || [[Wikipedia:Cast Away|Wikipedia Article]]
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| [[Image:pompomwilson.png|150px]] || [[Pom Pom]] || Wilson || Wilson is the volleyball that Chuck Nolan, played by Tom Hanks, was left to talk to while stranded on a remote island in the film ''Cast Away''. Wilson got his "face" when Chuck touched him with his bloody hand while sifting through the wreckage of his crashed airplane and became closely attached to the ball, even apologizing to him as he was forced to leave Wilson behind after the ball fell off his makeshift raft. || [[Wikipedia:Cast Away|Wikipedia Article]]
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| [[Image:coachzandre3000.png|150px]] || [[Coach Z]] || André 3000 || André 3000 is one half of the Atlanta-based hip hop duo OutKast. Coach Z depicts André as he appeared in several of the group's music videos.|| [[Wikipedia:André 3000|Wikipedia Article]]
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| [[Image:coachzandre3000.png|150px]] || [[Coach Z]] || André 3000 || André 3000 is one half of the Atlanta-based hip hop duo [[Wikipedia:OutKast|OutKast]]. The six separate costumes Coach Z is seen sporting in the cartoon refer to the characters André played in music videos shot for singles released from ''The Love Below'', his portion of the 2003 double album that also featured ''Speakerboxxx'', a collection of original material from his OutKast partner Big Boi.|| [[Wikipedia:André 3000|Wikipedia Article]]
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| [[Image:strongmadtivo.png|150px]] || [[Strong Mad]] || Tivo || TiVo is a digital video recording device that enables users to record and store programs on the device for future watching. Its logo, which is the basis of Strong Mad's costume, is a smiling television set with feet.|| [[Wikipedia:TiVo|Wikipedia Article]]
| [[Image:strongmadtivo.png|150px]] || [[Strong Mad]] || Tivo || TiVo is a digital video recording device that enables users to record and store programs on the device for future watching. Its logo, which is the basis of Strong Mad's costume, is a smiling television set with feet.|| [[Wikipedia:TiVo|Wikipedia Article]]

Revision as of 07:39, 30 October 2015

Costumes that the characters wore in The House That Gave Sucky Tricks, Halloween 2015.

Image Character Costume Explanation External Links
The Cheat Fudgie the Whale Fudgie the Whale is the mascot for the Carvel chain of ice cream shops. Fudgie is one of Carvel's primary cake designs, and many cakes play off of his name and are written with "to a whale of a (blank)". Wikipedia Article
Strong Bad David Lee Roth David Lee Roth is a rock and roll singer who is most famous for being the original lead singer of the band Van Halen. Strong Bad's costume specifically depicts Roth's face on the cover of his 1986 solo album Eat 'Em and Smile, which was Roth's first solo effort after being fired from Van Halen in 1985. Wikipedia Article
Homestar Runner As H.I. McDunnough Homestar Runner H.I. McDunnough H. I. "Hi" McDunnough is a character played by Nicolas Cage in the 1987 Coen Brothers film Raising Arizona. Homestar's costume depicts a famous scene in the film where Hi robs a convenience store and steals diapers for a baby he and his wife Ed, played by Holly Hunter, kidnapped from a rich family. Wikipedia Article
Mazipan As Captain EO Marzipan Captain EO Captain EO is a 3D science-fiction film that was directed by Francis Ford Coppola, executive produced by George Lucas, and starred Michael Jackson as the title character. Debuting in 1986, the film has only been shown in Disney theme parks and was originally pulled from all of them in 1996. Following Jackson's death in 2009, the attraction returned, but as of Halloween 2015, it is only being shown at Walt Disney World. Wikipedia Article
The King of Town Devil's Tower Mashed Potatoes The Devil's Tower was a mountain that appeared in the 1977 film Close Encounters of the Third Kind. During the course of the film, a replica of the mountain is built several times by electrician Roy Neary (Richard Dreyfuss), using several items including mashed potatoes. Wikipedia Article
The Poopsmith Feyd-Rautha Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen is a central character in the Dune series of novels created by Frank Herbert. The Poopsmith's costume depicts Feyd-Rautha as portrayed by Sting in the 1985 film adaptation of Dune. Wikipedia Article
Homsar Fidgit Fidgit is one of a band of six dwarves who appear in the 1981 Terry Gilliam fantasy film Time Bandits. The dwarves travel through time looking for treasure to steal. Wikipedia Article
Strong Sad Cameron Frye Cameron Frye is a character played by Alan Ruck in the 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Despite being his best friend, Ferris describes Cameron as highly uptight, which is part of the reason why Ferris convinces Cameron to cut school with him. Wikipedia Article
Pom Pom Wilson Wilson is the volleyball that Chuck Nolan, played by Tom Hanks, was left to talk to while stranded on a remote island in the film Cast Away. Wilson got his "face" when Chuck touched him with his bloody hand while sifting through the wreckage of his crashed airplane and became closely attached to the ball, even apologizing to him as he was forced to leave Wilson behind after the ball fell off his makeshift raft. Wikipedia Article
Coach Z André 3000 André 3000 is one half of the Atlanta-based hip hop duo OutKast. The six separate costumes Coach Z is seen sporting in the cartoon refer to the characters André played in music videos shot for singles released from The Love Below, his portion of the 2003 double album that also featured Speakerboxxx, a collection of original material from his OutKast partner Big Boi. Wikipedia Article
Strong Mad Tivo TiVo is a digital video recording device that enables users to record and store programs on the device for future watching. Its logo, which is the basis of Strong Mad's costume, is a smiling television set with feet. Wikipedia Article
Bubs Chuck Barris Chuck Barris is a retired television producer who is famous for creating several popular game shows such as The Dating Game and The Newlywed Game. One of his more famous creations was The Gong Show, which he also hosted; Barris would often be seen wearing hats that covered his face and eyes while hosting and would always throw to commercial by telling the audience, "We'll be back with morrre STUFF, right after this!" Wikipedia Article
The Knight Astro Pop Astro Pops are cone shaped lollipops purposely designed to resemble rocketships. Originally launched in 1963 by a pair of astrophysicists, the candies were originally discontinued in 2004 but have since been revived. Wikipedia Article
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