IT’S SHOWTIME

Beetlejuice is not some conjurer of cheap tricks – he has a lengthy resume that involves seeing The Exorcist one hundred and sixty seven times. We think he is pretty qualified for just about any job that comes his way after that. We’re not asking for murder or possession over here, but maybe depending on how this card game goes we’ll work our way up to it. Kidding! Maybe…

The Beetlejuice Playing Cards feature a standard 52 card deck with a linen finish. Card come with characters from the movie, and you already know who the king is. We’ll hope against all hope that Beetlejuice only performs simple card tricks.

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