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That's where I got most of the things listed here that I didn't buy during the period when the movie was originally playing.

Monica's Labyrinth for sale page used to also have memorabilia, but that page is no longer available. Anyway, here's my list: Labyrinth video: The actual video of the movie by Embassy Home Entertainment. A picture of the Labyrinth re-release video by Jim Henson Home Entertainment may be seen here.

This image has been sent to and may also be seen on The Jennifer Connelly fan page.

I bought Picture 2 and Picture 3 from one of the auction sites on the Net.

I have three: Sir Didymus, which although lacking Ambrosius or his staff does have a nice hat and eye patch; Ludo, cute and huggable as always; and a Firey, with you can pull apart because his head, arms, and legs are attached with velcro!

It should go without saying that my favorite movie is of course Labyrinth, which I first saw on November 29, 1986 when I was 15 years old, and have seen at least 50 times since.

A picture of the Beta format video may be seen here.

Collector's Edition DVD: This improved package of the digital video disc, by Jim Henson Home Entertainment, comes with a scene composite, and the following character sketch cards by Brian Froud: Hortenz, Gibbergeist, Gurtie, Zitzie, Septimus, and Muskul.

Labyrinth theater production: Shepparton Kids in Theatre in Australia did a large impressive play based on the movie Labyrinth in January, 1999.

A scan of their program which Charles Kerr generously sent me may be seen here.

It should go without saying that my favorite movie is of course Labyrinth, which I first saw on November 29, 1986 when I was 15 years old, and have seen at least 50 times since.

A picture of the Beta format video may be seen here.

Collector's Edition DVD: This improved package of the digital video disc, by Jim Henson Home Entertainment, comes with a scene composite, and the following character sketch cards by Brian Froud: Hortenz, Gibbergeist, Gurtie, Zitzie, Septimus, and Muskul.

Labyrinth theater production: Shepparton Kids in Theatre in Australia did a large impressive play based on the movie Labyrinth in January, 1999.

A scan of their program which Charles Kerr generously sent me may be seen here.

all 12 songs from the soundtrack except Opening Titles, Into The Labyrinth, and The Goblin Battle).