Labyrinth dolls: These are quality stuffed animals of characters from the movie.
I have three: Sir Didymus, which although lacking Ambrosius or his staff does have a nice hat and eye patch; Ludo, cute and huggable as always; and a Firey, with you can pull apart because his head, arms, and legs are attached with velcro!
Labyrinth: The computer game: By Lucasfilm Games and Activision Entertainment Software, for the Apple II and Commodore 64/128.
This game may be downloaded and played using one of the Apple II emulators that are available. Finally, the introduction from the game as spoken by Jareth may be read here.
It should go without saying that my favorite movie is of course Labyrinth, which I first saw on November 29, 1986 when I was 15 years old, and have seen at least 50 times since.
My favorite actress is Jennifer Connelly, who starred in it. A selection of transcripts for the movie I've put together: Labyrinth movie transcript: This file contains a complete transcript of the movie, specifically of the closed caption dialog text displayed on the screen during its running.
That's where I got most of the things listed here that I didn't buy during the period when the movie was originally playing.
And yes, like the character Sarah, I have a poster of M. The captions displayed are very close to but not exactly the lines actually spoken, where I rented a caption decoder box in order to put this together.
Autographed Jennifer Connelly pictures: I have three autographed pictures of the actress.
Labyrinth sheet music: Has music for Magic Dance, Sarah, Chilly Down, Hallucination, As The World Falls Down, Within You, Home At Last, Thirteen O'Clock, and Underground (i.e.
all 12 songs from the soundtrack except Opening Titles, Into The Labyrinth, and The Goblin Battle).