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SEARCH 4 $ILVER! - CinemaDave

Jun. 18th, 2007 07:44 am SEARCH 4 $ILVER!

This summer, silver is the new gold standard – for movies, with the June 15 release of "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer," and for movie promotions, as Twentieth Century Fox and the Franklin Mint join forces to create an original limited collector’s edition “Silver Surfer” U.S. quarter that will challenge movie goers to Search 4 $ilver.

The collector’s “Silver Surfer” U.S. quarter will be emblazoned with the image of the legendary Marvel Comics character who takes a leading role in the movie. This legal tender coin is a 2005 California statehood commemorative quarter minted by the United States Mint and specially color-enhanced by The Franklin Mint for Twentieth Century Fox.

Fox will launch the Search 4 $ilver in grand style by sending a specially-outfitted fleet of silver armored trucks out to deliver 40,000 coins to cities all across America, in time for Memorial Day weekend.

Then begins the Search. Those who find the special coins will be directed to the film’s official website - http://www.riseofthesilversurfer.com/

An American institution founded in 1964, The Franklin Mint is known worldwide for its innovative design, meticulous attention to detail, and creating some of the highest-quality collectible products in the world. The Franklin Mint’s peerless archives includes over 12,000 product lines, http://www.franklinmint.com/index.aspx including “limited edition” fine art sculptures, heirloom collectible dolls, commemorative coins, designer jewelry, precision die-cast models and historic reproductions, as well as collections honoring some of the world’s most revered individuals and institutions. With product lines featuring the top American brands – from Marilyn Monroe and John Wayne to Monopoly and Harley-Davidson – The Franklin Mint has brought collectibles to tens of millions of people around the world for over four decades.

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