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‘Caine’s Arcade’, 9 Year Old Makes Arcade Out Of Cardboard [VIDEO]

A 9 year old boy built an entire arcade out of cardboard at his dad’s used auto parts store.  Caine, who live in East L.A., was discovered by filmmaker Nirvan Mullick when he stopped into the store for a car part.  Mullick asked Caine’s father if he could make a film about the boy and the rest is history.

The work this young man put into this is awesome.  When someone wins on a game, Caine actually crawls into the box and pushes out tickets that can be redeemed for prizes.  This video will warm your heart.  What an amazing kid.

For more on Caine, check out ‘Caines Arcade‘.

 

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