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The Bearded Trio Christmas Gift Idea - Old Calendars That Can Be Used In 2022

Gift Idea: Old Calendars That Can Be Used In 2022

The perfect gift is one that keeps on giving.  So how about a 2022 calendar?  How about going one better and getting that special loved one a calendar from a previous year?  Have you gone mad? I hear you ask.  Well, here's a list of previous years that you CAN use for 2022.  These will all match the day and date:

2011, 2005, 1994, 1983, 1977.

Now, looking at those dates you can see there are some significant years for movies.  So why not treat someone to an E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial calendar or a Star Wars one?  What about Jurassic Park?  You're probably thinking I've got my years wrong here but back then the calendars release for a major movie that year were for the following year.  So E.T. being 1982, you're more likely to find a calendar for 1983 and we're in luck as that's the year that is re-usable for 2022.  Don't buy from another year thinking it will match up as the one's above are the only years you can use for 2022.

So, get on Ebay and look for Star Wars, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan The Dark Crystal, Jurassic Park and Revenge of the Sith (ROTS calendars were released for 2005) and loads more classics.  Not only is it a practical gift for the year but after they've finished with it, they have a nice collectable for their collection.

Which movie calendar from the years above would you like?  I'm not aware of a Star Wars calendar released for 1977 or indeed a Close Encounters one but if someone knows, let me know in the comments and I will update the article.  

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