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A company called Celebriduck kicked off of the idea of combining celebrities with rubber ducks and it was a huge hit which has culminated in a range of different unique rubber ducks for us all to fall in love with.
Let’s look at some of the cool rubber duckies now available – first off rubber ducky goes to the movies…….
Wizard of Oz Rubber Ducks
A great collection of movie Celebriducks……
Growing up The Wizard of Oz was always on television over Christmas and now we can all sing a long –
“Follow the yellow brick road, follow the yellow brick road
Follow, folllow, follow, follow, follow the yellow-brick road
Follow the yellow-brick, follow the yellow-brick
Follow the yellow-brick road
You’re off to see the Ducky, the Wonderful Rubber Ducky”
Buy the whole set of Wizard of Oz Celebriducks (featured above) or just get your favorite character.
The Blues Brothers – Iconic Celebriducks
This iconic 80s movie about Jake and Elwood Blue’s mission from god has a lot of fans and those fans would love these Rubber Duckies.
In the words of Elwood –
“We certainly hope you all enjoy the show. And remember, people, that no matter who you are and what you do to live, thrive and survive, there’re still some things that makes us all the same. You. Me. Rubber Ducky. Everybody”
Buy Jake or Elwood or ‘splash out’ on getting both of the Blues Brothers to reunite in your bathtub!
More Film Inspired Rubber Ducks
Lights, Camera, Action – let’s get rolling on a few rubber ducks that should have their own Hollywood star….
These unique rubber ducks can also be found from our favorite television programs….
Popeye – A Spinach Eating Celebriduck
Rubber Duckies have also morphed with some of our favorite cartoon characters including Popeye.
“I’m Popeye the Sailor Man,
I’m Popeye the Sailor Man.
I’m strong to the finich
Cause I eats me spinach.
and I love my Rubber Duck
I’m Popeye the Sailor Man”
Betty Boop Rubber Ducky
Betty Boop made her cartoon debut in 1930 and has been popular ever since. Originally in black and white Betty Boop underwent a revival in the 80s and emerged in her now trademark red…..
More Television Inspired Rubber Ducks
From small screen to a bathtub near you…..
There are lots of different rubber duckies available for you to collect so be sure to check out my other posts about them –