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Did you know when the first movie was made? Thomas Edison isn't just famous for the light bulb you now. This New Jersey born inventor also had a hand in the films we all enjoy. The first movie was produced by Edison Studios in 1895. Not surprisingly, the dance performed by Annabelle Moore created a stir. Sure, movies have come a long way and who doesn't love movie-inspired merchandise.

The same can be said for TV. What was the first ever television show? While the United States and Great Britain broadcast experimental tests, the first day of television was July 1, 1941. So, what was the first official broadcast program? Why a baseball game of course. The Brooklyn Dodgers played Philadelphia at Ebbets Field.

Both film and television has come a long way and gives people hours and hours of enjoyment. At Strapworks.com, we are fans of the genre too and that's why in addition to the fabulous assortment of straps, belts, webbing and more, we also offer a fun selection of film and TV merchandise. Are you a fan of the Three Stooges? Again, who isn't? Larry, Moe and Curly have been making folks laugh since 1928. They began as a vaudeville and comedy act before moving their slapstick shtick into film. The classic Three Stooges films continue to make people laugh. If you are or know a stooges fan, then they will really appreciate Strapworks.com's collection of Three Stooges merchandise. You can keep Larry, Moe and Curly close by with a Three Stooges mouse pad, pitcher par or coaster set. What a fun gift for any Stooge fan!

Follow Strapworks.com on Twitter or Facebook to find out what's new in our Film and TV Merchandise inventory. It's always changing. You can read our blog post and stay updated with our YouTube Channel. There are new additions weekly. Now, are you ready to do the elevator dance? "There's no steps to it." That's why the Three Stooges will always be a classic.