Barry Johnson

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(Details of my Ladybug stop motion puppet from James and the Giant Peach).

The puppets’ head has a magnet in it and the mouth shape pieces snap firmly into place. Even the eyebrows are held onto the face magnetically.

Sadly over time, the glue and soft rubber parts are starting to melt and deteriorate. This happens to these sort of puppets. Luckily this ladybug has several large, hard sculpted areas that should hold up better over time.

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    This was my favorite stop-motion movie as a kid. I didn’t watch it often, I never owned it, but I remembered it fondly....
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