PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A Philadelphia museum has received a musical gift for children and "Big" kids alike.
The 16-foot walk-on piano Tom Hanks played in his 1988 film "Big" will be on display next month at the city's Please Touch Museum.
The instrument is a gift to the children's museum from a couple in suburban Merion who bought it after the movie's release.
In the movie, Hanks and actor Robert Loggia jump on the giant piano and walk out a duet of tunes that included "Chopsticks."
It was built in Philadelphia by Remo Saraceni who called his invention a Walking Piano.
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