Fiddler on the Roof Vinyl Record Clock - Recycled from damaged album - Musical Soundtrack vinyl record clock

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This is a recycled Fiddler on the Roof vinyl record clock.

This clock is painted with gold numbers and the hands are gold.

Fiddler on the Roof is a 1971 American epic musical comedy-drama film produced and directed by Norman Jewison and written by Joseph Stein and Sholem Aleichem. An adaptation of the 1964 Broadway musical of the same name, it stars Topol, Norma Crane, Leonard Frey, Molly Picon, and Paul Mann. The film centers on Tevye, a poor Jewish peasant living in Anatevka, who is faced with the challenge of marrying off his five daughters amidst the growing tension in his village. Fiddler on the Roof was theatrically released on November 3, 1971 by United Artists to critical and commercial success. Reviewers praised Jewison's direction, the screenplay, and the performances of the cast (particularly of Topol); the film grossed $83.3 million worldwide on a $9 million budget, becoming the highest grossing film of 1971. The film received a leading eight nominations at the 44th Academy Awards, including for the Best Picture, and won three; Best Original Score, Best Cinematography, Best Sound ~~ Wiki

All clocks are hand painted by us. Every clock is unique and is the REAL vinyl clock, not something with just a label printed and pasted on.

**ALL OF OUR CLOCKS WERE DAMAGED AND NON PLAYABLE BEFORE WE PAINTED THEM. NO ACTUAL PLAYABLE VINYL WAS HURT IN THE MAKING OF ANY OF OUR ART. WE KEEP THEM OUT OF THE LANDFILLS BY CREATING UNIQUE LITTLE MASTERPIECES OUT OF EVERY PIECE THAT WE CAN.

***AA battery NOT INCLUDED. They are high torque movements so the battery can last up to 3 years.

****Clock Size is 12 x 12 inches Thank you for looking and please do not hesitate to ask any questions or give any comments. Peace! We do not own the copyrights to any of the materials shown here. This was a piece that was going to be thrown away in the trash until we created it into a piece of art.