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The Mrs. Doubtfire House Is For Sale, And It Is Expensive

It's not unusual for props and memorabilia from movies to sell for quite a lot of money. There can be a great deal of demand for fans who want town a piece of movie history. If you'd like to live in a part of movie history, it's going to be really expensive.
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