Wanna Dress Like David S. Pumpkins? Sorry. Suit Sells Out Perhaps you saw the Saturday Night Live skit with Tom Hanks in a crazy pumpkin suit playing David S. Pumpkins. That suit of pumpkin printed fabric is now sold out.
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Wanna Dress Like David S. Pumpkins? Sorry. Suit Sells Out

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Wanna Dress Like David S. Pumpkins? Sorry. Suit Sells Out

Wanna Dress Like David S. Pumpkins? Sorry. Suit Sells Out

Wanna Dress Like David S. Pumpkins? Sorry. Suit Sells Out

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Perhaps you saw the Saturday Night Live skit with Tom Hanks in a crazy pumpkin suit playing David S. Pumpkins. That suit of pumpkin printed fabric is now sold out.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David S. Greene. Perhaps you saw that "Saturday Night Live" skit with Tom Hanks in a crazy pumpkin suit. He was David S. Pumpkins, the not-so-scary but frequent feature of a haunted house.

(SOUNDBITE OF TV SHOW, "SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE")

TOM HANKS: (As David S. Pumpkins) I'm David Pumpkins.

GREENE: So you want to dress like him for Halloween? You're not alone. The suit of pumpkin-printed fabric is now sold out. There are similar versions out there, but no promises they'll come with Tom Hanks' creepy delivery.

(SOUNDBITE OF TV SHOW, "SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE")

HANKS: (As David S. Pumpkins) Any questions?

GREENE: It's MORNING EDITION.

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