- Glasses Frames
- 100% polyester
- Short-sleeved shirt has wing collar and button placket
- Raincoat and hood have rubberized finish
- Raincoat has metal snaps at center front, 2 functional pockets
- Coat has printed Jurassic Park logos on left breast & on back
- Hood attaches to raincoat collar w/ metal snaps
- Badge is in a plastic sleeve with a clip to attach to shirt
- Plastic glasses frames have no lenses
- Officially licensed, exclusive
|2X||Shirt Sleeve Length||10"||25cm|
|2X||Raincoat Sleeve Length||33"||84cm|
|2X||Raincoat Length||35 1/2"||90cm|
|3X||Shirt Sleeve Length||10 1/4"||26cm|
|3X||Shirt Length||29 1/2"||75cm|
|3X||Raincoat Sleeve Length||33 3/4"||86cm|
Spared No Expense
John Hammond liked to tout that phrase. He spared no expense when it came to leasing his very own island. He spared no expense on the many flavors of ice cream. He spared no expense when creating an animated film for his rides. Of course, there seems to be one place he DID spare expense. The programmer. Dennis Nedry programmed everything in Jurassic Park, which seems like a phenomenal feat! You can run the entire park for 3 days in the control room with minimal staff. He networked 8 connection machines and was able to debug 2 million lines of code... and Hammond got cheap on him. We don't blame him for trying to earn some extra cash by some slightly less than ethical means. If we've learned one thing from the Jurassic Park movies, it's that you don't get cheap when you're paying your programmer's salary!
If you want to be the brilliant programmer... who just so happened to be responsible for the crazy stuff that happened at Jurassic Park, then this Dennis Nedry Costume is for you. This officially licensed Jurassic Park costume recreates the outfit worn by Dennis in his final scenes of the movie. It comes with a raincoat that has snaps at the front and a matching yellow hood. The shirt fits underneath the raincoat and is designed to look like the Hawaiian shirt from the movie. The costume also comes with a pair of black frame glasses and an I.D. badge to bring the whole look together!
Rainstorms and Dilophosaurus
We recommend staying away from rainstorms and any baby dilophosaurus when you wear this costume! We all know how things turned out for Dennis Nedry when you mix heavy rain and a spunky dinosaur that spits!
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