Rochelle Rochelle VHS
"A young girl's strange, erotic journey from Milan to Minsk. It's a story about love. And life. And becoming a woman. Rochelle Rochelle."
This is a handmade VHS replica box of Rochelle Rochelle, the fictional movie within Seinfeld. It's the movie each of the gang ends up at after getting split up at the theaters in The Movie (S04E14). It's the tape cassette that George rents from the video store and forgets to rewind in The Smelly Car (S04E21). It's the basis for the Broadway musical of the same name starring Bette Midler, that gets ruined when George slides into Midler during a baseball game in The Understudy (S06E24).
This box and the labels were handcrafted to be identical to a real life VHS release for an actual movie. The poster is identical to the one featured in the show. The box also includes tons of hidden references to the show. The description on the back, the credits, even the copyright warning, and more all tie back to Seinfeld jokes. It also has the "$2 rewind fee" sticker on it that ties into George having to pay a fee in The Smelly Car. Seinfeld may be on Netflix now, but you can only find this one here!
I should point out that THIS IS FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY. There is an actual tape with Rochelle Rochelle labels inside the box. However, if you put the tape in a VCR and press play, you won't see a young girl's strange, erotic journey from Milan to Minsk (you'll probably see the movie A Very Brady Sequel or something). It's a cool piece of memorabilia to have on the shelf or give as a great Festivus gift to a fellow Seinfeld fan.