Design is from a 1960 movie poster for The Little Shop of Horrors.
The Little Shop of Horrors is a 1960 American horror comedy film. The film is a farce about an inadequate florist's assistant who cultivates a plant that feeds on human blood. The film's concept is thought to be based on a 1932 story called "Green Thoughts", by John Collier, about a man-eating plant. However, Dennis McDougal suggests that Griffith may have been influenced by Arthur C. Clarke's sci-fi short story from 1956, "The Reluctant Orchid", which was in turn inspired by the 1905 H. G. Wells story "The Flowering of the Strange Orchid".
The film's critical reception was largely favorable. On Rotten Tomatoes it has an approval rating of 92% based on reviews from 12 critics. Variety wrote, "The acting is pleasantly preposterous. [...] Horticulturalists and vegetarians will love it."
Jack Nicholson, recounting the reaction to a screening of the film, states that the audience "laughed so hard I could barely hear the dialogue. I didn't quite register it right. It was as if I had forgotten it was a comedy since the shoot. I got all embarrassed because I'd never really had such a positive response before." -- Wikipedia
This practical high quality Tote Bag is available in three sizes. This bag provides comfort with style on the beach or out in town. Made from reliable materials, lasting for seasons.
.: 100% Polyester
.: Boxed corners
.: Black cotton handles
.: Black lining
.: Width: 3.15"
.: Handle height: 11.82"
.: Handle width: 1"
.: Three sizes:
..:: Small: 13"x13"
..:: Medium: 16"x16"
..:: Large: 18"x18"
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