Five Fun Financial Facts:
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
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Five Fun Financial Facts: <br>Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles <br>- #1 of 5
May 27, 2016

The original sketch of the four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles made by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird in 1983 sold for $71,700 at auction in 2012.


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Erin | 05.27.16 @ 23:01
I've never been a fan of the Turtles, but apparently lots of other people are. lol Good for them for being able to make some money off a really weird idea.
Nancy | 05.27.16 @ 23:02
I knew these movie franchises has made a lot of money. But this one surprises me. I guess because I never had any kids that cared about it.
Steffanie | 05.27.16 @ 23:06
I am shocked at the amount of money this movie has brought in. Never really saw the draw to it.
Carla Truett | 05.27.16 @ 23:09
Wow at the earnings from these movies through the years. My stepson was a huge fan
Heather | 05.27.16 @ 23:17
I was a huge fan of the first movie. Even saw it twice in the theater. Loved the animated series and video game. Not a fan of the newer stuff though.
Elaine | 05.27.16 @ 23:29
Never a fan but I remember as a teenager that my youth pastor was so into them he had stuff ones all over his office. So this post was a fun trip down memory lane.
Victor colon | 05.27.16 @ 23:43
i am not lets say a fan but i used to watch the cartoons when i was little im glad to know more and can't wait to see the movie !!
Leah Gardner | 05.27.16 @ 23:49
Oh wow. Thats wayyyy too much money. Im glad my son never really got into them. They make enough money with out my contribution
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