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  • Hot Wheels is a Hardy Boys novel.
  • Hot Wheels is a thirty minute Saturday morning animated television series broadcast on ABC from 1969 to 1971, under the primary sponsorship of Mattel Toys.
  • Hot Wheels is a brand of die cast toy car, introduced by American toymaker Mattel in 1968. It was the primary competitor of Matchbox until 1996, when Mattel acquired rights to the Matchbox brand from Tyco.
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  • A car wash is a facility for cleaning automobiles. It may also refer to: * Car Wash (film), a 1976 film * '', a soundtrack album to the film * "Car Wash" (song), a song by Rose Royce from the soundtrack, later covered by Christina Aguilera & Missy Elliott * "Car Wash", a song by Bruce
  • A building containing equipment for washing motor vehicles automatically
  • An event, typically a fund-raiser, in which motor vehicles are washed
  • Car Wash is a 1976 comedy film released by Universal Pictures. The Art Linson Production was directed by Michael Schultz from a screenplay by Joel Schumacher.
  • A car wash or auto wash is a facility used to clean the exterior and, in some cases, the interior of motor vehicles.
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Hot Wheels Color Shifters Bubble-Matic Cash Wash Playset
Hot Wheels Color Shifters Bubble-Matic Cash Wash Playset
Mattel Hot Wheels Color Shifters Bubble-Matic Car Wash Playset
Good clean fun -- and tons of bubbles -- is waiting at the Hot Wheels Color Shifters Bubble Matic Car Wash Playset. You've dunked them, you've sprayed them and now you can give your Color Shifters cars some of the craziest color changes yet. Start by dipping your Color Shifters car in the warm water dunk tank. Then place it on the bubble platform and cover it with icy cold bubbles for totally unique transformations. No 2 cars are ever alike.
Product Dimensions: 18 (L) x 3 (W) x 10 (H)
Age: 4 years and up

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LLOYD KAUFMAN - Troma Film Director
LLOYD KAUFMAN - Troma Film Director
I first met the cantanerkous director of the satirical horror The Toxic Avenger at a seminar in London, where he voluntarily posed for a photograph as a washed-up beggar on Shaftesbury Avenue. When are paths crossed again at the Chapter Arts Centre for a celebration of Troma’s 30th birthday (the film studio that he formed), I knew I he would perform for the camera. When asked “Would you mind coming into the toilet so I can take a picture of you as if you were caught masturbating over a porno rag?” who else but Lloyd Kaufman would reply, “Sure, that sounds a great idea – as long as I can keep the magazine!” And he did...Later with the Troma team at the Cannes Film Festival, I had the misfortune of kipping on their tiny kitchen floor with 5 others. Every morning, Lloyd would tip-toe naked in full circumsised glory to the toilet across the room - he couldn’t care less. Appeared in SFX and Naked - Magazine of the Weird and Wonderful TALES FROM THE CRAPPER: Or how I learned to stop worrying and love head-crushings, hard-bodied lesbians and zombie chickens! "I'll read this tonight. I'm hoping there will be some wankable material inside," cackles Lloyd Kaufman, flicking through the latest copy of Naked with a playful glint in his eye. The conversation is rapidly descending into a succession of fart jokes and profanity. Neither of us seems to really mind. At least I think not, my judgement impaired with the constant flow of complimentary red wine seriously kicking in. With aplomb. Both of us are sat in plush leather chairs at the slinky Groucho Club, London's premier media bar filled with celebrities and hangers-on; Ricky Gervais of The Office fame is squealing with laughter in the corner of the room, while Keith Allen is eyeing my shabby-writer-for-Naked fashion sense with utter contempt. And I'm not sure if it's paranoia, but I really don't know how to react when Lloyd starts detailing the best local establishments to receive fellatio from a transvestite. I simply chuckle nervously, fumble through my papers, take another gulp of wine and move onto the next question. You see, Lloyd Kaufman is not your typical studio head and film director. Then again, neither is Troma your typical movie studio. For thirty years, Troma has been producing and distributing an eclectic mix of filmic art and entertainment. Theirs is a story of guerrilla filmmaking at its absolute cheapest, a low-budget struggle against the multi-conglomerate studio giants that would make even Roger Corman blush. Yet, with a prolific stream of horror, science fiction, and comedy crossovers, they have consistently filled drive-in theatres, cinema screens and most successfully video stores. Well mostly. Troma's story is not entirely the American Dream, more like the American Dream torn limb from limb. With an iconic penchant for big-breasted hard-bodied lesbians, head-crushings, surfing nazis and rubber penis monsters, Troma have positioned themselves about as far from mainstream audiences a studio can go without getting arrested. Their persistent vision has produced a distinctive Troma style; an anarchic surreal playfulness of sex and violence that transcends the boundaries of genre and whose impact is like the wheels of a car on a small child's head. Literally, I'm not joking. For the Troma style repels audiences as much as it attracts them. Whether because or in spite of this, through thirty years of maverick moviemaking, monsters and madness, Troma abides. During the formative years of the company established by Lloyd Kaufman and his partner Michael Hertz, they began by distributing cult cinema classics such as Bloodsucking Freaks. They would also continue to produce their own small low-budget projects and gain extra income by freelancing for Hollywood, with Troma involved in the production of both Saturday Night Fever and Rocky. It wasn't until Squeeze Play however, a saucy comedy concerning women's softball team that the Troma attitude began to take shape; a perfect opportunity for director Lloyd Kaufman to mix the political comment of the women's lib movement with jiggling, naked (or at least wet t-shirted) bosoms. Tromatic bliss was born! With the release of The Toxic Avenger in 1985, the full legend was unleashed upon its unprepared audience. Reading like a warped environmental recruitment monster movie, The Toxic Avenger is a shocking comic-horror, which mixes again a lowbrow sense of humour with a strong political subtext. The film ejaculated Troma into the big league. At least for a short while, where they found a modest audience at theatres but a huge new market among the slightly seedy shelves of the video store. The Toxic Avenger character Toxie, became the equivilant of Disney's Mickey Mouse for the studio. A huge merchandising frenzy followed, resembling a microcosm of the Star Wars phenomena with bendy toys produced, a Marvel comic series and even a bizarre kids cartoon s
Mattel Hot Wheels 1969 Collectors Catalog
Mattel Hot Wheels 1969 Collectors Catalog
Good view of the original Super Chargers, I love the restaurant scene on them. It does show its age by the graphics. Actually looking at the 32 Vicky about to go into the Charger it looks like a car wash.

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hot wheels car wash
Hot Wheels Color Shifters Custom Color Shop
Hot Wheels Color Shifters Garage Set by Mattel
The Hot Wheels Color Shifters Custom Garage is the coolest spot to trick out your ride! Change and detail your car into a completely different set of wheels. Turbo launch up the ramp and splash through the waterfall for an instant transformation. Hit the ground level to fuel up your hot new ride. Next head to the customization station and use the water pen to give your car some attitude. Pull into the extreme spinner to dry off and launch out onto the open road! Includes one Hot Wheels Color Shifters vehicle.

For Ages: 3 years & up.

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