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Frank Davila of Manhattan, left, with family members, was the first shopper to arrive at Toys R Us on Black Friday. He stood in line for seven hours before the doors opened.

Davila said he planned to spend $600 on a wide assortment of toys, including Elmo, action figures and a My Little Pony doll, for his eight kids.

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Last updated November 27 2009: 1:46 PM ET
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