Grinch Wreath Hanging Decoration
Add this Grinch Wreath Hanging Decoration to your tree this year.
Designed by award-winning artist and sculptor Jim Shore for The Grinch. Ornament hangs by jute rope and features a handcrafted look. Item is packed in a branded craft box. Unique variations should be expected as product is hand painted. Not a toy or children’s product. Intended for adults only.
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Want to know facts about The Grinch?
The costume took a lot of dedication.
It’s one of Jim Carrey’s most famous and recognizable roles, but it definitely wasn’t easy to pull off the Grinch.
The costume was made predominantly from yak hairs which had been dyed green and then individually sewn onto the suit.
Carrey spent a grand total of 92 days wearing the costume, and it took him three hours before each filming session to get into the suit.
Anthony Hopkins’ narration was recorded in just one day.
Hollywood actor Anthony Hopkins was the narrator of the story, and while it might have taken Jim Carrey several hours to get in and out of his difficult costume, Hopkins had a comparatively easy job.
However, he certainly made it look easier than it really was, and recorded the entire narration in a day.
“Fahoo Foraze” wasn’t real Latin.
The nonsense song which is sang during the movie was created to imitate Latin words.
When people watched the movie, they thought it was being sung in real Latin, and started looking around for a translation.
Even when people involved in the movie were asked for translations, they were obviously unable to provide an answer and fans of the movie were forced to accept that it was fake Latin.
The movie almost didn’t happen…
Making a Christmas movie requires a certain level of sponsorship.
When Chuck Jones got permission from Theodor Geisel (Dr Seuss) to make the movie using his story, he struggle to find businesses to support it.
The Foundation for Commercial Banks was the organization which made the movie a reality in terms of finances, and endorsed it throughout the process.
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