Twister - The Movie...My favorite movie of all times..even after my house got hit by an F4..lol  I would so love to have this sculpture....

Evan Lewis Kinetic Wind chime as seen in Twister - The Movie - I love these sculptures!

The girls popped each balloon at the designated time to reveal an activity inside.  They played games like Twister and Mystery Date, ate chocolate fondue, danced, hit the photo booth, took a fun quiz and or course, watched the movie Pretty in Pink.

The girls popped each balloon at the designated time to reveal an activity inside. They played games like Twister and Mystery Date, ate chocolate fondue, danced, hit the photo booth, took a fun quiz and or course, watched the movie Pretty in Pink.

Twister Movie Museum Wakita, OK:) went there today

Twister the Movie Museum is an Other Historical spot in Wakita. Plan your road trip to Twister the Movie Museum in OK with Roadtrippers.

Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Dusty is arguably the funniest character in any movie ever. | 18 Reasons "Twister" Is Actually A Brilliant Comedy

Philip Seymour Hoffman's Dusty is arguably the funniest character in any movie ever.

Helen Hunt as Jo Harding in Twister (1996)

Jo Harding - Helen Hunt on the set of Twister. - Helen Hunt on the set of Twister.

Twister (1996) RIP Phillip Seymour Hoffman... Dusty was my favourite character you ever played ("It's the suck zone") LOVE this movie!

Philip Seymour Hoffman's 21 Best Performances

Wakita, Oklahoma: Twister The Movie Museum - In a little red brick former auto parts store that was the 1995 film's on-location office.

Wakita, Oklahoma: Twister The Movie Museum - In a little red brick former auto parts store that was the 1995 film's on-location office.- went here to do genealogy

Wakita, OK - Twister (The Movie) Museum

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The movie "Twister" was an inspiration to many budding meteorologists over the last 20 years. Thank you, Bill Paxton, a.k.a. Bill "The Extreme" Harding.

The movie "Twister" was an inspiration to many budding meteorologists over the last 20 years. Thank you, Bill Paxton, a. Bill "The Extreme" Harding.

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