Living Fireplace Trailer

Living Fireplace Trailer (2005)

"Turn your TV into a window of roaring Fireplace scenes!" 24 December 2005 Music, Family 90 mins

Filmed in beautiful High Definition and Widescreen format, this video transforms your TV into a Red Brick, Stone, Modern, Dark Marble, Light Marble, Christmas or Psychedelic fireplace. Listen to the crackles and pops of the wood embers and relax to music.

Watch the official Living Fireplace 2005 trailer in HD below or find more Living Fireplace videos on Vidimovie.com.

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International Releases Dates

United States 24 December 2005

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