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Old 04-17-2010, 02:56 PM
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Halloween is much bigger today than in the '70s. There were no Halloween stores. There were maybe two Halloween television specials: Charlie Brown and Fat Albert. The first movie about Halloween didn't come out until 1978. Home haunts were rare. Commercially-made Halloween decorations were cardboard cutouts of witches, black cats and jack-o-lanterns. Commercially-made children's costumes looked really cheap.
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