Play Tom Hanks on your own giant piano

What would Robert Loggia do?

Grand River Toy

Want to feel old? Next year will mark the 20th anniversary of Big, the movie that everyone remembers for the scene where pre-Forrest Gump Tom Hanks plays an unlikely duet with Robert Loggia on a giant piano. (We all know, of course, that anyone in real life would have been eight-sixed by security at FAO Schwarz before their feet hit the second note.)

Now you too can play Josh (he apparently had no last name in the movie) with the "World's Biggest Piano Mat," which measures almost 6.5 feet long and nearly 3 feet wide. Forget about those puny roll-away versions you've seen. And when you get sick of "Heart and Soul," it can also play 15 other instruments, including the saxophone, guitar and xylophone. Batteries and Elizabeth Perkins not included.

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