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Silver Scream…was a Real Scream! The creativity was above and beyond anything we have seen in prior years. Maybe the theme provided more to choose from?
Marilyn Monroe was well “played” by those lucky enough to fill the part!
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was so very original — and funny.
Sandy & Danny from Grease were hot!
Saw a few Pulp Fiction babes running amok.
Katy Miller’s wig was hands-down the most real-looking. Everyone thought it was her actual hair!
Nick as Jeff Bridges in The Big Lebowski was a riot.
Raising Arizona as a couples costume idea was very original and “out of the box.”
Drum roll, please…this year’s Costume Contest Winners:
Best Group
The cast of Wizard of Oz
The full crew, including a very crafty Tin man, The Lion, Wicked Witch, a not so scary Scarecrow, Glenda, a Beautiful Male Dorothy (still disturbed about this image) and one of the best munchkins from the Lollipop Guild
Best Female
Juno, with Sunny D in hand
Best Male
Alan from the Hangover, with baby Carlos strapped to his chest
Best Couple
Granny and Jed Clampet
Congratulations, CurrentMarketing, on 25 silver years – here’s to 25 more.

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