This is one of the helmets that was custom-made by the production for use by Tom Cruise as "Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell" in Top Gun. A few Maverick helmets were made for Tom Cruise along with real pilots. This is one of only a couple that were created specifically for Tom, based on his head size. One of the others is located at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC. It has detailed documentation from the Costumer that was in charge of the helmets and flight costumes on the set of Top Gun. The oxygen mask and hose are for display only and were not screen used, but were purchased from surplus dealers to match the screen used ones exactly.
This is one of a few Wilson's used during the movie by Tom Hanks. This particular piece matches on screen in several scenes, but most notably during the final scenes on the raft when he loses Wilson for good and he drifts away in the ocean. Several marks in various areas of the piece match that scene exactly.
This full sized robot suit was custom-made by the production for use by Robin Williams as "Andrew". It is a fully enclosed robot suit so that no part of his body was exposed. It is made of very nicely finished plastics and metals. There is amazing details in the coloring and in several see through panels on the body. Built into the head are electronic servos for the eye lids and eye brows so they could be moved via remote control for expressions.
There are two phases of robot costumes that Andrew has during the movie, this is the first phase from the beginning of the movie up to when he has an "upgrade". The second phase robot suit has thinner and smoother lines along with a silicone face in order to show more expressions.
This Stormtrooper helmet was custom-made by the production and one of only seven completed in time for filming of the Tatooine scenes on location in Tunisia, March 1976. These scenes were the first to be filmed for Star Wars, and after the location shoot was complete the production moved to Elstree & Shepperton Studios in England. Of these first seven original helmets, only two are known to exist in private hands, this is one of those two helmets. This helmet and the other six original helmets were discarded upon returning to England from the filming location. This helmet was rescued from the trash by a crew member and stored away for almost 30 years, until becoming part of the current owner's collection. These first seven helmets were later titled "Sandtroopers" by fans, as they featured different detailing than the helmets finished and used for filming at Elstree & Shepperton Studios in England.
What makes this Stormtrooper helmet even more special is the fact that it has been positively identified on screen as the "Stop that ship, blast him!" Stormtrooper and the Stormtrooper that talks with the bartender after Obi-Wan Kenobi kills the two trouble makers in the cantina. This helmet has several markings that match 100% with the helmet worn by the Stormtrooper that questions the informant Garinden, and orders his squad to Docking Bay 94 and in the cantina as he investigates the incident at the bar.
This is a rare original Christopher Reeve Superman bodysuit with his trademark belt, accompanied by an actual Certificate of Authenticity direct from Warner Brothers Studios confirming its use during filming. To the best of our knowledge, this is the only original Superman costume ever to be released to the public with full Warner Brothers Archives sanctioning. The studio's unique DNA encoding system allows for matching the suit with its corresponding COA at any given time, eliminating the risk of the valuable and authenticating paperwork ever being matched up with a replicated body-suit. To adequately display the suit, it is presented on a custom muscular 'heroic' mannequin with custom sculpted Christopher Reeve head (painted in silky white to direct the emphasis towards the suit, not the sculpture) and completed with a replicated set of cape and boots. Superman's appearance is distinctive and iconic, making this costume instantly recognizable the world over.
This mask was custom-made by the production for use by Jim Carrey as "Stanley Ipkiss". This mask is made of resin and painted to look like wood. Seen throughout the film, this is the iconic prop to own from this or any Jim Carrey film. This mask was autographed by Jim Carrey on the set of the film with the inscription "To F/X, Be Brave, Jim Carrey". The mask came directly from the Special Effects Coordinator with a signed COA.
This is a unique, one of a kind piece that is instantly recognizable as the welcome sign that Doc, Marty, and Jennifer fly by in the DeLorean Time Machine when they first travel to 2015. This highly detailed Industrial Light and Magic miniature retains all the details of the original 1955/1985 Hill Valley "Welcome" sign as well as several additional details. Goldie Wilson, Jr. is the mayor and Ejection Seats Save Lives. An added seven sided sign with "JB Nor Ca ILM", a reference to Industrial Light and Magic, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 2582157 sign has William B. Beck presumably as the post commander. William Beck, incidentally, is a model maker at Industrial Light and Magic. The sign is slightly distressed and the model builder even included bird droppings to make the sign appear more realistic! This sign has several wires still attached, however the lighting is not currently working. The piece measures 19" wide x 19" tall x approximately 7" deep. Including the stand and pole, it sits approximately 26" tall overall.
This prop "Mr. Fusion" was acquired by the production and customized for use on Doc Brown's upgraded DeLorean Time Machine. This very iconic prop was a prominently featured component of the time machine and features custom printed graphics applied to each side. The prop shows some wear from use and storage, but remains in good condition. A very rare prop from the world's most recognized time machine in film history. Measures 9.5" x 6" x 3.25".
This is one of two life sized animatronic heads made by the production for use in the scene when his face is first removed. During this scene, Andrew says "I saw the inner me". This particular head is used in the second half of the scene as it screen matches with the placement of certain screws in the face that the other head does not have. All of the pieces are in a fixed position, and the lighting works with green lights on the top area and flashing red lights on both sides.
This is one of the full scale escape shuttles used during filming when the Rodger Young exploded. It is extremely detailed inside and out with working lights in the front instrument panel. Both larger screen panels have translucent images that can be backlit, but the lighting no longer works. The canopy does lift up and tilt back, though it is extremely heavy and not supported. During filming, the shuttle was setup with some type of fuel fed into the exhaust ports for flames to shoot out the rear - all of which has been disconnected. The right side exhaust port is missing, and the right side is bent and damaged during filming of the crash landing after the escape. There is a large opening door on the rear roof panel, which has some edge damage in a similar location to what was seen on screen. The nose of the shuttle is removable and made of a lightweight foam material.
This is the one and only iconic De-Neuralyzer that Agent Kay (Tommy Lee Jones) sat in after Agent Jay (Will Smith) picked him up from the Post Office. Then shortly after, they were flushed out onto the streets of New York. This impressive and recognizable piece is made mostly of metal. It is mounted to a wood frame with large steel wheels for ease of moving around. The 3 lights are in working order and use a single 120V US style electrical plug. The diameter of the piece is approximately 88" and it sits approximately 11' tall on it's existing wood platform. Wear from use is present, please see listing images for exact condition.
This jacket was custom-made by the production for use by Harry Dean Stanton as "Brett". The jacket features several front pockets, brown quilted trim, special patch and pin attached to the left chest and "Nostromo" across the back. A small patch under the pin is missing, and the tricentennial patch was removed in the past, then reattached carefully. The patch and pin are the exact ones used during filming. The jacket is slightly distressed for filming, but remains in good condition. The jacket features unique detailing that matches exactly on screen, as it may be one-of-a-kind.
This effects head was created by the legendary Stan Winston Studio during the production of the film for use during filming. The head is constructed of silicone and plastic and features the stage five (seen near the end of the film during the battle at the steel mill) damage, exposing large sections of the T-800 Endo skull under the torn away skin. The level of detail is incredible and showcases the talent of Stan Winston and his team. The 1 to 1 scale head measures 13" x 9" x 8" and is an extremely rare artifact from the classic film.
This X-Men battle suit was custom-made by the production for use by Halle Berry as "Storm". The suit consists of a black leatherette jumpsuit, silver cape and gauntlets. The costume was used during filming of the final battle with Magneto on the Statue of Liberty. This is a very rare and iconic costume from the popular film series and the Academy Award winning actress. In addition to our ScreenUsed COA, this outfit comes with a 20th Century Fox Studio COA confirming its use during filming.
Every once in a while an artifact comes to auction that stands above the rest. A piece so iconic to the film and actor that it becomes ingrained as a pop culture icon. This helmet is one of those artifacts. As we all know, very few of Doc Brown's inventions ever worked as intended including the "Mind Reading Helmet", but that is part of the charm of Doc Brown's character. The mind reading helmet was part of our first look at the 1955 Doc Brown, a young scientist, still full of ideas and ambition. Film makers Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale created this masterpiece titled "Back to the Future" and Doc wearing this prop helmet was a big part of the advertising campaign, as it provided a unique "iconic" element to the imagery.
This incredible prop helmet was custom-made by the production for use by Christopher Lloyd as "Dr. Emmett Brown". The helmet is constructed of aluminum, glass, wood, wires and light bulbs and has had light restoration due to age and storage distressing. The helmet measures 21.5" x 18.25" x 11.25" and is a one of a kind historical film artifact that needs no introduction. In addition, because it is one of a kind, there are many unique marks all over the piece that can be matched exactly on screen, cementing the authenticity of this piece beyond doubt. This prop helmet is the single most important prop we have seen come to auction from the first Back to the Future film and a once in a lifetime opportunity for collectors.
Fantastic Voyage, a 1960's classic science fiction film that broke ground with brilliant special effects and won Academy Awards for "Best Art Direction" and "Best Special Effects". This incredible prop "Surgical Laser Gun" was custom-made by the production for use by various actors including Raquel Welch as "Cora" and showcases the amazing creative talents of the film makers. The laser features the classic 60's science fiction style that dazzled and inspired moviegoers of the time and still retains that futuristic design. The "Surgical Laser Gun" is constructed of metal, glass and resin and measures 52.5" long x 15.75" tall x 5" wide. The laser is presented on a special custom base for display that features attachments to resemble the prop's storage base in the film and the laser's sight was created to complete the look for display. The base measures 35" long x 12" wide. This is a true one of a kind original screen used artifact from one of the most popular science fiction films of the 1960's.
The entire main gun is original, except for one black rectangular door on top with a small orange button. In one of the pictures it is easy to see the replaced parts are slightly different in color and age. The base, barrel extension, and other parts on the base were all replicated for display purposes.
This piece was also used after Fantastic Voyage in the Lost In Space (TV) episode titled "Deadliest of the Species", which originally aired on November 22, 1967. The gun was incorporated into a "disintegrator" laser device built by the Robinsons to destroy an evil robot. From what we can tell, the front part of the gun may have been removed for this use, then reinstalled.
This hat was custom-made by the production for use by Yul Brynner as the "Gunslinger" throughout the movie. It has Yul Brynner's name handwritten inside the hat, and was initially acquired from the studio. The hat box it was stored in is labeled with the movie's name along with the hotel address that it was delivered to for Mr. Brynner during production of Westworld. The black cowboy hat is of a distinctive style chosen by Mr. Yul Brynner for use during filming and remains in very good condition. The iconic hat is prominently featured in the film's advertising campaign as well as in the film and is the one stand-out costume piece from the classic 1970's science fiction western-thriller.
This prop demon key and case were custom-made by the production for use by various actors including Billy Zane as "The Collector" and William Sadler as "Brayker" during filming. The key is the 'hero' metal version with a plastic "blood vial" and hinged cap. This prop key is the single most important prop of the film and the life's quest for "The Collector" and "Brayker" as the fate of the world rests on possession of this key. The case features a heavily weathered leather finish and a custom-made insert lined with leather branded with ancient text. The heavy metal key measures 8" in length and the case measures 15.75" x 10.25" x 5.5". The case was the only one built and used during filming. The handle was repaired after filming, as it was falling off from use. A very iconic prop from this cult horror film from the "Tales from the Crypt" franchise. For this particular item our ScreenUsed COA has been signed by the Property Master from the film.
This pistol was custom-made by the production for use by Nathan Fillion as "Mal". The pistol is made of hard rubber for used during stunts and features the details and finish to match its live firing counterpart. The pistol has minor wear from use and measures 15" in length.
Probably the most recognized props from Back to the Future 2 are the hoverboards. There are five styles of hoverboards seen on screen during the filming - Mattel, Pit Bull, Rising Sun, No Tech, and Question Mark.
This is a set of all 3 Griff gang hoverbaords, the No Tech Knowhow used by Data (Ricky Dean Logan), the Rising Sun hoverboard used by Whitey (Jason Scott Lee), and the Question Mark hoverboard used by Spike (Darlene Vogel). There were several of each hoverboard created from either wood or styrofoam, depending on if the actors were carrying it, flying, or doing a stunt. These particular boards are made of wood and feature applied detailing and Velcro graphics.
Star Wars A New Hope, Luke Skywalker's LandSpeeder: Full Size 1:1 actual screen used size.
This LandSpeeder was professionally built in 2011 by Al Eisenmann, Union I.A.T.S.I. Prop Master in the film industry. The body is made of one piece molded fiberglass and the removable canopy is made of jet fighter canopy material. Every detail was researched in order to make sure it is as accurate as possible to what is seen in the movie. The three engines are separate pieces that bolt on and can be easily removed to fit inside of a trailer. The LandSpeeder is mounted on a 1960's three-wheel EZ-Go golf cart that has been completely customized, stretched, and all controls moved for right hand drive, as seen in the screen used LandSpeeder. Speakers are mounted in two of the engines and play random jet engine sounds via a car stereo with USB input.
The LandSpeeder was built using the exact measurements of the real screen used speeder. It has appeared at over 10 charity events so far, and has appeared for two years at Legoland California during Star Wars Weekends. It was also in the 2012 Hollywood Christmas Parade included is the participant ribbon as well as parade map, parking pass, and parade instruction sheet.
Photography by DosSantos/Lemone
This flight suit was custom-made by the production for use by Whip Hubley as "Hollywood". It is complete and has all of it's original patches. During the first half of the movie, the right chest patch and the left arm patch are different. Then later, the patches match up to what is currently on the flight suit. The unique rough edges of the three patches on the right arm match on screen exactly.
This R2-D2 Droid was professionally built in 2009 by Al Eisenmann, Union I.A.T.S.I. Prop Master in the film industry and fully approved by LucasFilm and Disney to be screen used in:
This very special full sized R2-D2 stands an impressive 41" tall x 23" wide x 26" deep and features unique weathering and details that match exactly on screen for these productions. R2-D2 lights up, the dome spins and his wheels allow for ease in moving him, but the remote controlled mechanics were removed for another production. These can be replaced if desired for the new owner at an additional cost and can be discussed. The inside of a removable panel has been autographed by Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) and Ray Park (Darth Maul) with the following inscriptions.
This is a very rare one-of-a-kind R2-D2 and could possibly be the only LucasFilm approved/screen used droid in private hands... This is the droid you're looking for.
This license plate was custom-made by the production for use on the DeLorean. It has a very specific number on it that was used only on the DeLoreans. This particular license plate has some silver paint overspray on it from when the rear bumper of the DeLorean needed some quick touch up and the prop guy didn't take the time to mask off the license plate. An extremely rare piece from the most recognized movie car in history.
This is the one-of-a-kind BMW that was custom built by the production for use by Tom Wilson as "Griff Tannen". It is a 1976 BMW 633SCi with 74,000 miles, a 6 cylinder engine and a manual transmission.
The car was restored with new paint and interior in 2004. All fiberglass hover conversion bits were repainted with new Mag-Lev Hover Conversion Systems stickers placed where needed. Two tires have been replaced as the originals were dry-rotted (originals included if wanted). New back deck had to be created behind the seats as the original one was missing and the molds were not available (new deck is easily removed for servicing vehicle's suspension). The car had it's ignition system replaced to get it running again as it never ran during production. It now runs, though a bit rough. Included with the car are the following pieces:
The broken taillight lens is assumed to be original as it was found in the trunk of the car. As seen in the movie, Griff breaks it with his baseball bat when swinging at Marty. The taillights are not wired as they are not original for the BMW 6-series, they are from a 1983 BMW 320i as they are much cheaper to replace during production for numerous takes.
Special thanks to theAFICIONAUTO, they have posted a video of Griff's BMW: 1976 BMW 633 CSi - Back to the Future 2015 BMW
Thanks to Christopher Rutkowski for some of the photographs.
This 1880's style bustle dress was custom-made by the production for use by Mary Steenburgen as "Clara Clayton". The top features lace trim at the collar and cuffs, black bead detailing and flower buttons (three buttons are missing). Wear and fading from use and storage is present.
These binoculars were custom-made by the production for use by Christopher Lloyd as "Dr. Emmett Brown". Doc uses these binoculars to see Marty Jr. in 2015, he also uses them to get a close look at Griff and his gang as they are arrested. The prop is constructed of metal and plastic. This exact prop is also featured in the Hollywood SFX museum prop book from Japan.
This special device was custom-made by the production for use by Christopher Lloyd as "Dr. Emmett Brown". This is the Sleep-Inducing Alpha-Rhythm Generator that Doc uses to put Jennifer to sleep when they arrive in 2015, he also uses it on Marty Jr., but that scene was not seen in the final cut of the film. The prop is constructed of resin with the ability to open by pressing a button on the top of the device. The lights are powered by a battery that is hidden within the resin handle and no longer has a charge to power the lights. This exact prop is also featured in the Hollywood SFX museum prop book from Japan. It is believed that there are only two of these in existence and this is the only one that had the hidden battery for use during filming.
This Exo-HULC suit and prop Samurai sword were custom-made by the production for use by Sharlto Copley as "Kruger". The Exo-HULC suit is a major accomplishment in specialty costume making, taking WETA New Zealand two years to design and complete. The costume consists of wardrobe (all marked 'Kruger') with additional exoskeleton made up of metal, plastic and rubber components. The costume comprises a black undershirt and shorts that zips together at the waist and has mounting points for the exoskeleton arms, legs, spine and chest, a silicone rubber 'Full-Wrap' chest plate, cloth covered plastic green abdomen guard plates with extending carabineer, a pair of screen matching camouflage pants with corresponding exoskeleton mounting holes, a pair of fingerless HULC gloves with machine knuckles and circuit detailing mounted to detailed plastic Exo-HULC communicator and weaponry gauntlets, a pair of SWAT boots with plastic armor HULC plates, nylon belt (marked 'Kruger Exo'), Exo-Suit back plate, lumbar vertebrae, cervical vertebrae and working green LED light-up cerebral connection plate (head piece), hip and thigh connection plates, upper arm connection plates, wire harness and original battery for lighting the lumbar vertebrae and chest lights (only one chest light is connected) and 24 Hydraulic Dampers that expand and contract based on the actor's movements. The dampers are marked underneath their individual cover plates with the letters A through F. Several of these dampers can be screen matched to publicity photos and scenes from the movie. All of the back pistons identifying labels can be matched to an image in the 'Art of Elysium' book showing the suit being made.
The gauntlets are marked with a number and description and were worn in the scene where Kruger is stabbed by Max, rendering his weapons useless. There is an integral mounting point on one side for a knife. Also included is a box of video screens and electrical parts for the hero light-up gauntlets.
The sword is made of hard plastic with aluminum reinforcement within the top ridge of the blade. The sword features dragon engravings on the sides of the blade. The sword features a production made hole required for use on the Exo suit's sword carrier. The blade has been cut in half for use with the ablative vest costume worn by the same character earlier in the movie. A threaded screw is in place to re-connect the blade. Wear from use is present, measures 34" in length. Two prop knifes, one made of rubber for stunt work and one with a cut-off blade and green screen tape for use with effects shots with sheaths and a pair of three-piece shin guards from Max's surgery HULC suit are included with the costume. Also included with the costume are two boxes of various spare parts, screws, bolts, connectors, etc.
This hero, live firing rifle, documented as having been used by "Johnny Rico", played by Casper Van Dien, is the only known rifle from the production to contain its serialized original Ruger Mini 14 rifle which is tied to its particular numbered fiberglass Morita shell set. It remains in its original, firing, completely working order and is still covered in the orange bug guts from the Tanker Bug scene in which Rico blasts a hole in the back of the tanker bug, drops in a grenade and gets thrown off. Rico takes cover behind a dead warrior bug and is subsequently covered in the Tanker's innards. The screen matched rifle and sling, identified by Casper Van Dien himself is one of a kind. The two perfectly matched shell halves are in amazing condition and the fully equipped rifle retained all of its original hardware and is accompanied by two working ammo magazines from on set use. Additional parts and hardware accompanied the rifle in case the high bidder does not want to display the piece with the rifle still inside. The rifle measures 41" x 12" x 3" and is presented in a custom plexiglass case for display. Display case measures 48" x 14" x 6".
This "Blast From The Past" store bag was custom-made by the production for use by Tom Wilson as "Biff Tannen", Michael J. Fox as "Marty McFly", and Christopher Lloyd as "Doc Brown". The bag features a unique iridescent finish with the "Blast From The Past" logo printed on each side. The prop bag is a very rare prop from the film, as very few were created for filming. The bag has been autographed by Christopher Lloyd on one side.
These police IDs were custom-made by the production for use by Lance Henriksen as "Sergeant Hal Vukovich" and Paul Winfield as "Lieutenant Ed Traxler". These were the only IDs made for these characters and were acquired directly from the Property Master of the film.
This uniform was acquired by the production for use by Harold Ramis as "Dr. Egon Spengler". The uniform features the iconic "Ghostbusters II" logo patch applied to the right arm and a "Spengler" name patch applied to the left chest. The uniform has minor wear from use and has very specific wrinkles that match on screen exactly. "Harold Ramis" is written on the inside. This is a very rare costume from the legendary writer, director and actor Harold Ramis.
This metal knife and camouflage sheath were acquired by the production for use by Arnold Schwarzenegger as "Dutch" in the original 1987 Predator movie, as well as Adrien Brody as "Royce" in the 2010 movie, Predators. This is one of a few hero metal knives created for use during the filming of both movies. The knife and sheath were given to the Property Master of the first movie when filming was complete. He kept it in his possession since filming before 1987, then he was hired as the Property Master on Predators in 2010, and used the exact same knife and sheath during filming.
During the original Predator movie in 1987, some of the weapons moved around from character to character. This knife and sheath can be seen with Arnold Schwarzenegger's character "Dutch" in several promotional shots, and in some of those pictures is a different, more refined knife. However, the camouflage pattern on the sheath included here screen matches exactly with the one Arnold wears. In other scenes of the film, we can see Richard Chaves as "Poncho" using the knife to cut vines up in a tree, and later we also see Sonny Landham as "Billy" use this style knife to cut his chest.
Fast forward to 2010, and the new movie is called "Predators". In order to pay homage to the original, the Property Master uses the 23 year old knife and sheath from the first movie. In the new movie, the knife and sheath are used by Adrien Brody as "Royce" throughout the entire film. We have been able to exactly screen match the camouflage pattern on the sheath with the one on screen in the movie. Of course, wear from use and age is present on both the knife and sheath, it especially went through a lot of mud in the recent production.
This motorcycle helmet was acquired by the production for use by Rooney Mara in the title role as "Lisbeth Salander". The helmet has a clear visor used in some scenes, and a darker shaded visor in other scenes. The production painted a skeleton-like mouth on it, and the helmet has a few scratches from use during filming.
The helmet was part of a treasure hunt marketing promotion by the studio during the film's release, and was found hidden in San Francisco in the included black wood crate. The orange razor blade paper was one of the clues during the treasure hunt. Along with our ScreenUsed COA, the helmet comes with a card signed by director David Fincher.
This prop alien weapon was custom-made by the production for use by various actors. The prop features a turned aluminum barrel and carved wood grip with brass detailing. First used in TOS episode, "Wink of an Eye," by the Scalosians. Kathie Brown "Deela", the Queen of the Scalosians, uses this weapon to hold William Shatner "Kirk" hostage. The current configuration of this phaser is from the episode, "The Cloud Minders," where it is used by the palace guards of the sky city of Stratos. Designed by Matt Jeffries, it measures 2" x 7". A rare prop weapon from The Original Series.
A true piece of film history, this original Imperial BlasTech E-11 Stormtrooper Blaster is one of a limited number that were discovered decades after the release of the epic trilogy. It was buried deep in storage at the original armorer, Bapty & Co., who created most of the weapons for Star Wars: A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back. As LucasFilm had a very small budget for the first film most of the weapons, including the blasters, were rented and returned to the armorers once the filming was completed. This blaster was purchased directly from that original find by the consignor and includes all of the original documents. Based on a standard Sterling sub-machine gun, it has many non-standard alterations for the production of ANH described in detail in the original documentation. When discovered, all of the weapons sadly were missing their external components. The blasters were carefully restored to the way they looked on screen by adding replacements for the M38 scope, the scope rail, the barrel ribs, the cylinders, and the Hengstler counter box.
This Billy puppet was custom-made by the production for use during filming. The puppet is constructed of a fiberglass and composite body and head with jointed arms and legs. Wires that powered the eyes and mouth are still present and concealed within the puppet. The puppet is dressed in the iconic black tuxedo, white gloves and red shoes. This is the "hero" working puppet, but is untested. Wear from use is present, but remains in very good condition, with several unique marks on the face that match exactly on screen. Measures 24" tall x 15" wide. Along with our ScreenUsed COA, this piece comes with it's original Twisted Pictures studio COA.
This fedora was custom-made by the production for use by Michael J. Fox as "Marty McFly". Once Doc and Marty arrive back in 1955, Doc instructs Marty to buy new clothes to blend in and track Biff Tannen, Doc's last words to Marty... "Something Inconspicuous!", the black fedora was just too cool for Marty to pass up. This is a very special Fedora, as it was custom-made by Stetson especially for Michael J. Fox for use in the film and is stamped inside by Stetson. This is the first time this hat has been offered and is truly a unique piece of Marty McFly's famous costume. The ScreenUsed COA on this item is also signed by the Assistant Property Master of the film.
This outfit was acquired by the production for use by Jennifer Lawrence as "Katniss Everdeen". The "Hero" costume consists of a black arena jacket with an attached rubber stunt mockingjay pin with slight production burns on the back of the right sleeve, a black t-shirt with production distressing and a pair of olive green cargo pants with a large burned hole on the upper right leg. The pants are marked "Sc 198-324, Katniss" on the inside. Included with the outfit is a production used costume tag that details the scenes used and indicates that this was the "Hero" costume, a continuity photo of Jennifer Lawrence on set in costume is also included.
This outfit was custom-made by the production for use by Jennifer Lawrence as "Katniss Everdeen". The outfit consists of a custom-made two-piece tracksuit. The tracksuit top has a zip neck, gray mesh and red detailing on the shoulder, and "12" printed on the sleeves and back to designate her as a tribute from District 12. The pants have gray mesh and red side stripes with an elastic waist. Both the top and pants have "Katniss" written on the inside. Included with the outfit is a production used one of a kind continuity photo with "Katniss" and scene number used written in marker.
This incredibly iconic shirt was custom-made by the production for use by Michael J. Fox as "Marty McFly" in both Back to the Future and Back to the Future Part II. The white and black button down shirt was a highly visible part of Marty's main outfit and of all the Back to the Future costumes we have handled over the years, this is the one we have never seen come to market. It can't be understated how rare this shirt is. No size marked, wear from use and minor staining are present.
This incredible space suit was custom-made by the production for use in "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" and re-used in "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan". The costume consists of a brown, orange and white jumpsuit, a pair of matching gloves and the iconic back and chest space pack. The jumpsuit features ribbed detailing at the knees, elbows, chest and waist and has rubber and plastic components attached to the arms, gloves and legs and has no name written inside. The gloves have "Morga" written in marker on the inside. The back/chest space pack has "Kirk" written on the inside and was one of the two made for the first film for use by William Shatner as "Captain Kirk" and re-painted and fitted with the special handle at the neck for use presumably by Paul Winfield as "Terrell" in "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan". The space pack is fitted with a harness and internal wiring that is untested. The connecting brackets are missing and the pack has wear from use and storage, but remains in very good condition.
This "hero" light-up universal remote control was custom-made by the production for use by Adam Sandler as "Michael Newman". Detailed with fake buttons and a perfect "metal finish" paint job, this is the iconic prop from the film, and can be seen throughout the film from the time Michael receives it as a gift from Morty at Bed, Bath and Beyond to the very end of the film. This particular remote was fitted with an internal lighting system that is connected by wire that runs to a control box. This remote was used for close-up shots of the remote lighting up, simulating Michael pressing the various buttons, as the control box was operated by a stage hand. The large white display area lights up as well, but the graphics seen within that area was added in post production.
This is an oblong stone, cast in resin and painted brown to resemble the rare Sankara stone, with three semicircular lines scored around the center. This is the static version of the Sankara Stone, as opposed to the hero illuminated version, which was only used for a few special effects shots. Measures approximately 6" tall x 3" diameter.
This dress was acquired by the production for use by Winona Ryder as "Kim". The knee length dress features a sheer overlay with large buckle attached to the collar and buttons down the front. This is an iconic costume piece from the now classic Tim Burton film. Wear from use is present.
This Starfleet uniform was custom-made by Western Costume Company for use by William Shatner as "Captain James T. Kirk". The instantly recognizable uniform consists of a tunic, with Starfleet insignia patch, sleeve rank braid and "Bio Monitor" belt detail, and a pair of pants with attached boots. Both the tunic and pants feature original Western Costume Company labels with "William Shatner" typed on the information line, along with the reference number "2240-I", confirming the costumes use by William Shatner. Shatner wears similar style long-sleeve grey uniforms in the film, however this particular costume can be screen-matched to a sequence early in the film. The biggest tell is the Starfleet insignia patch, which has stitching and bordering that match exactly to high definition stills from the film. This is an incredible opportunity to own a screen used Star Trek: The Motion Picture Captain Kirk costume, that may be the finest example surviving today.
Sold in April 2014
This pair of "Adamantium Claws" were custom-made by the production for use by Hugh Jackman as "Logan / Wolverine". The claws are made from resin, with cast-in-place metal posts that are attached to the base grips. The single most iconic props from the X-Men series, these each measure approximately 10.5" in length. In addition to our ScreenUsed COA, this set of Adamantium Claws come with a letter from X-Men 2 associate producer David Gorder confirming their use during filming.
This "costume" Hazmat Suit was acquired by the production for use by Bryan Cranston as "Walter White" in various episodes of season four. The outfit consists of a custom-made one piece yellow jumpsuit with attached hood, a pair of yellow over the shoe rubber boots, a 3M gas mask and a pair of blue rubber gloves. The suits were custom-made as the "real" Tyvek suits used early in the production were too hot for the actors and also made too much noise during filming. The custom-made versions like this solved the problems and were used throughout the production. This is the single most recognizable artifact from the entire series and a must have for any serious collector; as far as we know, this is the only complete Hazmat Suit to come to auction. Along with our ScreenUsed COA, this outfit comes with Sony Pictures COAs confirming its use during filming.
This walking cane is one of only a few canes commissioned by set designer Peter Young for use by Johnny Depp as "Willy Wonka". It measures 39.25" long and features a tapered, hollow spiral shaft filled with real edible sprinkles, a pointed black resin tip with aluminum trim rings, and spiral black and white acrylic ball head with aluminum and resin collar. This cane was acquired directly from a family member of Peter Young.
This is a wonderful stop-motion puppet of a bare skeleton character from this modern Tim Burton classic. The puppet stands approximately 17" tall and is built of a steel and aluminum armature with hand-painted resin-for-bone skeleton with rubber covered hands, feet and backbone (big toe on left foot is missing). Complete stop-motion puppets from Corpse Bride are exceedingly difficult to obtain.
This is one of a few bikes used by the T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger) during filming of the movie. Arnold and the bike are always instantly recognizable as the keys to the Terminator 2 movie. This particular bike matches up in several of the scenes - especially the shape and wrinkles in the saddle bags. There is a custom bar mounted on the front of the frame which used to have footpegs. This was installed so that John Conner (Edward Furlong) had a place to put his feet when he was riding on the gas tank. The gas tank has many scratches and marks on it, presumably from the various takes of John Conner being pulled on to it from his bike. The bike was acquired directly from the studio and is complete with a copy of the ownership paperwork stating "T2 Productions", along with an original signed bill of sale and letter of authenticity from Mario Kassar, Executive Producer of T2. The bike was never registered, and is currently in stored non-running condition, though kept in exact shape as acquired years ago.
This metal Lightsaber was custom-made by the production for use by Ewan McGregor as "Obi-Wan Kenobi". This is the saber used by Obi-Wan in the arena sequence right through to the fight with Count Dooku in his secret lair. The Lightsaber is constructed of machined metal with various plastic add-on components. Measures 9.75" in length.
This pair of "Adamantium Claws" were custom-made by the production for use by Hugh Jackman as "Logan / Wolverine". The claws are made from resin, with cast-in-place metal posts that are attached to the base grips. The single most iconic props from the X-Men series, these each measure approximately 10.5" in length.
This page from the Necronomicon was custom-made by the film's animator, Tom Sullivan, for use by various actors including Bruce Campbell, who played the hero, "Ash". This page features the drawing of the Vortex and the passage to close it. Each page from the Necronomicon was aged and weathered for filming, making each page unique. This page features markings that match exactly on screen. Tom Sullivan has hand signed the page in the bottom left corner after filming was complete.
This wall tile was custom-made by the production for use as set dressing in the Idol Temple set. The wall tile is constructed of plaster and distressed to give it a well worn look. Four holes in the center are in place for stage hands to launch poison arrows during filming. Measures 15" x 15" x 3.5".
This pair of "Bone Claws" were custom-made by the production for use by Hugh Jackman as "Logan / Wolverine". The claws are made from resin and painted to look like bone, with cast-in-place metal posts that are attached to the base grips. These very iconic props each measure approximately 9.5" in length.
This jacket was acquired by the production for use by Tom Cruise as the film's title character "Jack Reacher". The leather jacket is slightly distressed for filming and features some unique marking that match exactly on screen during the final scenes following the quarry scene.
This is Captain America's stunt shield, custom-made for use during action and stunts while filming. The shield features advanced studio distressing to simulate use through all the key battle scenes. It is constructed of hard polyurethane rubber with airbrushed darkened patina, scoring and scuffing and measures 24" in diameter. This is the single most iconic superhero prop in history and would be the stand-out piece in any collection.
This razor glove was custom-made by the production for use by Jackie Earle Haley as "Freddy Krueger". The legendary weapon is made from a leather glove with metal blades and brace sections, and it is the hero version of the prop.
During the production of Blade Runner there was only one hero metal blaster created for use by Harrison Ford as "Rick Deckard". However, several rubber stunt blasters were made from a mold of the hero blaster. The stunt blasters were used in at least the following scenes, potentially more:
In addition to Deckard using this style blaster, there are production images that show Holden had a similar style, as well as some of the police officers. Most police officers were believed to have completely black colored blasters, however one picture in particular shows a police officer with what looks like a brown colored handle.
This shirt was custom made by the production for use by Harrison Ford as "Rick Deckard". This shirt can be seen in the scenes when he is hunting down Zhora, and eventually shoots her. He continues to wear it until he removes the shirt in his kitchen.
This machete was acquired by the production for use by Robert Shaw as "Quint". The machete has a metal blade with wood handle and measures 20.5" in length. The machete was part of the private collection of Lynn Murphy (boat wrangler on the film) and was given by Murphy in 1995 to Michael Roddy who produced the Jaws documentary titled, "The Shark Is Still Working" for the 30th anniversary DVD release of Jaws. In the past, the machete was cleaned of rust on the blade and was then displayed in a shadowbox with a still from the film. The machete remains in good condition and is one of very few artifacts that survived from filming.
This dive mask was acquired by the production for use by Richard Dreyfuss as "Hooper". The dive mask is a wrap around style with metal trim and tempered glass. The head strap has dry-rotted and broken off, but the mask itself remains in good condition. The mask was part of the collection of Michael Roddy who produced the Jaws documentary titled, "The Shark Is Still Working" for the 30th anniversary DVD release of Jaws.
(Lionsgate 2008) This outfit was acquired by the production for use by Sylvester Stallone as "John Rambo". This is his main outfit through the second half of the movie. The outfit consists of a studio distressed short sleeve shirt and cargo pants. Both the shirt and pants have "41" stitched inside by the costume department.
This clapperboard was used during filming of The Empire Strikes Back and is from the "A" camera. This board was used by the 2nd AC (Assistant Camera) throughout the production. The piece shows signs of heavy use and still features markings from its final shot from the film. Production used items such as this clapperboard are very rare sought after artifacts of Star Wars history.
This incredible costume was custom made for the production for use by Brian Steele as "Wink". Wink is one of the amazing creatures straight from the creative forces of Director, Guillermo del Toro and his talented crew of designers and artisans. The Wink costume stands over seven feet tall and consists of thirteen components that blend together bringing the over-sized creature to life. Made of various materials including resin, plastic and foam, this is the stunt version with a static head. Although this is the "stunt" version, the costume is incredibly detailed and remains in very good condition, with only minor wear from use, including a few missing quills from the back. The large spike located at the back of his artificial forearm is detached and would need to be reattached, however these minor issues do not take away from the look of the piece. This very durable costume looks breathtaking on display and would be the centerpiece to even the most advanced collection. The head was made during production and may not have been used during filming.
Box quilted racing suit made by Sparco in size 60 worn by Will Ferrell as "Ricky Bobby." Includes Ferrell's Wonder Bread #26 baseball hat and Puma shoes, size 11.5 US. This is the signature Wonderbread suit, with Nextel Cup patch at his upper right. "Ricky 1" is handwritten into the interior collar and "Ricky" is written on the inside of the hat. Included with the suit is the production used costume tag that details the costume and scenes the suit was used.
This clapperboard was used during filming of the Shining. This is the "A" camera board and was used by the 2nd AC (Assistant Camera) throughout the production. The clapperboard shows signs of heavy use and still has markings of its final shot during the production. A extremely rare artifact from the classic film from director Stanley Kubrick.
This helmet was custom-made for the production for use by Bill Campbell as Cliff Secord/The Rocketeer. The helmet is made of slush cast resin with a weathered copper finish, padded interior and chinstrap. This particular helmet features special distressing to the top of the fin and left temple over the eye lens. The fin and helmet is intentionally dented as if the helmet was grazed by a bullet. This helmet can be seen on-screen during the scene when Cliff meets Neville Sinclair (Timothy Dalton) at the Griffith Observatory to trade the jet pack for Jenny (Jennifer Connelly), making this a unique screen-matched helmet. The helmet is presented on a custom acrylic base for display.
This is a "Blue Harvest" clapperboard used during filming of Return of the Jedi location filming. The piece shows signs of heavy use and still featuring markings from its final shot. Items from Return of the Jedi that feature the false title "Blue Harvest" are very rare sought after pieces of Star Wars history. The false film title "Blue Harvest" was used during the early production stages of filming Return of the Jedi and this would be the most sought after "Blue harvest" production artifact for collectors. This exact clapper board can be seen in behind the scenes footage on the DVD, with screen matching marks and scratches.
Probably the most recognized props from Back to the Future 2 are the hoverboards. There are five styles of hoverboards seen on screen during the filming - Mattel, Pit Bull, Rising Sun, No Tech, and Question Mark.
This hoverboard is the one that Griff (Thomas Wilson) uses to pull his three gang members over the water in the town square. It is by far the rarest of the hoverboards to obtain. It is also the largest and heaviest when made of wood. One of the toughest details to find on a Pit Bull is the thrusters - the two small engines under the back. Like the footpads, there was a limited number of these created, so they were moved from board to board as the Pit Bull was replaced due to damage.
There were several of each hoverboard created from either wood or styrofoam, depending on if the actors were carrying it, flying, or doing a stunt. This particular board is made of wood and has two holes in it, at two diagonal positions. Those holes were used to mount the metal cables that hung from the cranes.
This is the coolest of all the hoverboards, and can be the centerpiece of a Back to the Future collection.
Sold in March 2012
This is an incredibly rare and extremely recognizable piece. This original screen used Darth Vader helmet looks amazing with the clear cast face mask that was made for display.
The helmet was acquired from a Special Effects person who had it for approximately 10 years. Prior to that, he had purchased it from another Special Effects person who obtained it from a stage hand after the helmet received a blow during the saber fight and only the top helmet part was exchanged (since the face was still intact). The helmet is very complete, and has a crack on the left side. The surface has several scratches, small cracks, and chips (note some in the middle of the brow) from screen use.
Sold in January 2012
This is one of seven DeLoreans used on screen in the Back to the Future trilogy. This particular car was used in the third movie for the 1955 drive-in movie scene when Michael J. Fox drives it into the past and lands in 1885 to find Doc. Of the seven DeLoreans, only three have survived since filming, and this is one of those three - the only one in private hands. The others are still owned by Universal Studios, and usually on display at the theme parks. For all the details, please visit the following website (opens in a new window): www.BTTF3delorean.com
Sold in December 2011
This is one of the distressed leather jackets worn by Arnold Schwarzenegger as "The Terminator" throughout the movie. This particular jacket has a nice level of distress and bullet holes, and would have been used during the middle of the movie. Several jackets were created with various levels of distress from very clean all the way through to shredded at the end of the movie. The bullet holes on the back of this jacket look similar to the pattern seen when the Terminator is saving Sarah Connor at the hospital. As he runs to the elevator, the T-1000 is shooting at his back, and several "squibs" are remotely exploded to look like bullets hitting his back. The inside of the jacket shows remnants of where these squibs were attached, along with some red studio blood staining on the inside of the jacket.
Sold in August 2011
This mask was screen used at the end of the film when on display in Norman Osborn's (Willem Dafoe) secret room. A special mounting bracket was installed inside the helmet so it could be held in place on a pedestal. This mask may have also been used in the first film.Designing the mask - Sam Raimi (Director), James Acheson (Costume Designer), and Neil Spisak (Production Designer) wanted to honor the look of the Goblin in relation to the comic books, however they also wanted to make it seem as though it came from the real world. James Acheson: "The Goblin looks slightly different than his comic book incarnation. We started off being very faithful in terms of the face, but that changed quite radically when we decided to give up on the idea of a prosthetic face." In the end, what they retained of the Goblin was a fixed maniacal screaming face, which in return became part mask and part and part helmet for the Goblin to ride on the rocket glider.
"The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout, down came the GOBLIN and took the spider out!"
Sold in December 2010
This is the hero fedora worn by Harrison Ford as "Indiana Jones" throughout about 80% of the movie. There were a few other fedoras, however this one matches on screen the majority of the time. There are many very specific marks along with folds and loose threads in the ribbon and bow that are an exact match.
To see many of the matching screen captures, click on the following link (opens in a new window): Indy Fedora Details
Sold in October 2010
Daredevil Evel Knievel stars as himself in this cult-classic 1970's adventure. Everything's warm and wonderful when the motorcycle king visits the orphanage, but danger awaits when he heads to Mexico to perform a death-defying stunt. An evil drug lord (Leslie Nielsen) plans to have Knievel killed and use his coffin to smuggle cocaine across the U.S. border. Evel stars as himself in the action film, during the height of his international fame.
This leather jumpsuit was custom made for filming and worn by Evel Knievel's stunt man Gary Davis (yes even dare devil legend Evel Knievel was required to have a stunt man during filming to protect him from harm until filming was complete) and can be seen early in the film during Evel's death-defying jump and crash. Although not worn by Evel on-screen, it is a 100% authentic Evel Knievel costume, down to the type & quality of leather, custom tailoring and extensive detail. And used on set, in the presence of Evel.
The leathers have the iconic Evel Knievel styling of sewn stars over red, white and blue accent stripes and is complete with the memorable "EK" belt buckle, "EK" patches on the cuffs and the "Harley-Davidson" patch on the left shoulder. "Gary" is written on both sides of the inside section of the zipper, for Gary Lee Davis, credited on the film. This is a very recognizable museum quality costume connected to the motorcycle legend, one of the most popular icons of the 20th century.
Sold in June 2010
Artist: Tim Flattery
Medium: Paint on illustration board with white lettering applied
Dimensions: 21.75" x 28.75"
This is both an original piece of artwork and a prop used during filming. It is very difficult to see, but this was posted in the window of the futuristic movie theater in the year 2015. This particular art has been searched for by fans of the movie for decades - and we now have it available directly from the artist. This image has been used in various Universal Studios material from the movie, including a small sized image of it on the back of the infamous Japanese Hollywood SFX Museum exhibition tour book. This is a one-of-a-kind, original piece.
Sold in January 2010
This hero metal and leather razor glove was worn on screen by Robert Englund as "Freddy Krueger". The razor glove was custom made for filming and is detailed to look well used, yet stands today in perfect filming condition. Freddy's "Razor Glove" needs no introduction as it is the most iconic movie prop in horror film history and this is the one true "Holy Grail" for collectors of Freddy Krueger.
Sold in December 2009
Artist: Chris Hopkins
Medium: Acrylic, ink, charcoal, photo base on board
Dimensions: 30" x 40"
This is the full-color, original painting, which became the legendary key art for the "Advance" - "Trust Him" movie poster one-sheet for the George Lucas produced & co-written and Steven Spielberg directed film "Indiana Jones and the Temple Of Doom" in 1984. Remarkably only the upper-half of the image was utilized to create the Advance one-sheet movie poster. But shown here is the full-size original painting, in all of it's glory, as rendered by the talented artist Chris Hopkins.
Hopkins was given just 10 days to complete this piece, which was created using original blown-up studio photographic-imagery, which was permanently applied to a piece of art-board, and then meticulously painted over with airbrush and acrylic mediums.
This memorable hand-rendered painting has been used as collateral art for a host of other Indiana Jones promotions, and is one of, if not the most iconic images of archaeologist, relic hunter, explorer, adventurer, and hero - Indiana Jones.
Sold in September 2009
Probably the most recognized props from Back to the Future 2 are the hoverboards. There are five styles of hoverboards seen on screen during the filming - Mattel, Pit Bull, Rising Sun, No Tech, and Question Mark. There is an additional orange Mattel hoverboard used by the other small child that was moving along the sidewalk with the little girl - however it is never seen on screen. There were several of each hoverboard created from either wood or styrofoam, depending on if the actors were carrying it, flying, or doing a stunt. The actors were rigged up with harnesses and swung from cranes over the water to give the illusion of flying.
This hoverboard is the one that Marty (Michael J. Fox) borrows from the little girl on the sidewalk. It was used throughout both Back to the Future 2 and 3. What is interesting about the Mattel hoverboard is that two different surfaces were created. Initially, a lenticular type material was used for the background color, which has a 3-D type look to it, with the other details hand applied. After a few of these were created, it was deemed more cost effective to create the more common "photo" Mattel hoverboard. The surface is a very detailed one to one picture of the original lenticular hoverboard surface.
Other details that are key to the Mattel boards are the footpads and the hole in the top for the handlebars. Many were created without the hole, assuming that detail may not be seen on screen. Additionally, in order to save costs, not all boards had a footpad. As filming progressed, hoverboards were scratched and broken, which led to them being literally thrown away. Before throwing them away, the footpad was removed and installed on another board.
This styrofoam lenticular Mattel hoverboard is very lightweight. It was used for shots of Michael J. Fox with the hoverboard screwed to his shoe, and was also used for shots of Michael handling the hoverboard.
Sold in June 2009
This is one of the Stormtrooper helmets used during filming by one of the actors. As with all original Star Wars helmets, this is extremely rare to acquire. As can be seen, this one has seen it share of bumps and bangs over its history - and missing are the lenses that were used for the eyes (replaced with substitute lenses for display purposes).
Sold in May 2009
The Wild Wild West ran for four seasons from 1965-1969, and featured the adventures of two Secret Service Agents working for President Ulysses S. Grant. The two men were James West (Robert Conrad), former Union soldier and current man-of-action, gunman, and womanizer. His partner was Artemus Gordon (Ross Martin), a former con man and master of disguise and invention. Together, the two fought various menaces aimed at the United States and President Grant, as well as investigating other Federal crimes. This is one of the costumes that Robert Conrad wore during the show as "James West". It is complete and contains the following items:
Sold in May 2009
This style hat was worn by various cast members and extras on the set of the hidden rebel base on Hoth. The hat is in overall good condition, showing signs of use on set with dirt marks and minor wear. This is an instantly recognizable costume piece from the incredible Hoth battle scenes. The hat is presented in a custom display case that measures 19.5" wide x 16.5" tall x 13" deep.
Sold in March 2009
Sold in March 2009
These are a pair of the gold boxing gloves that Sylvester Stallone wears as Rocky in the first fight with Clubber Lang. He also uses these in the infamous closing scene of the movie when he takes on Apollo Creed in the gym.
Sold in December 2008
This is one of 14 Tie Fighter Pilot helmets made for the first Star Wars movie in 1977. Even though only 14 were made, some may have been thrown out and some were reused for "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi". Some were repainted white and used as AT-AT Driver helmets in "The Empire Strikes Back". The helmet was created at Andrew Ainsworth's Shepperton Design Studios in Feb/March of 1976, and comes with documentation from Mr. Ainsworth verifying it's authenticity.
The helmet has a very interesting history. The previous owner was about 9 years old when he accompanied his father to various filming sets in 1983. During another production, one of the crew members presented it to him. After receiving it, he wore it when playing with his friends, and thankfully was very careful with it in order to preserve its condition. Much older now, he has passed it on to our collection here.
Sold in December 2008
Sold in July 2008
These trademarked suits were worn by Agent Kay (Tommy Lee Jones), Agent Jay (Will Smith), and Frank the Pug. Each suit was custom made for the actors and are iconic artifacts from the film.
Sold in May 2008
When Doc and Marty arrive in the year 2015, Doc asks Marty to put on clothes similar to Marty Jr. The first thing he puts on is the self lacing future Nikes. These shoes were originally created for a scene that was never filmed. It was first planned that Marty would take part in a non-gravitational game similar to racquetball. Because of this, some of the shoes were created with several lights mounted in the shoe so that it would assist in the illusion of hovering over the game floor. When it was deemed too expensive a scene, the light up shoes still got a small part when Marty initially puts them on along with when Marty walks in the dark. During the movie, when the laces are tightened, the Nike logo on the front lights up blue (as you can see in the picture). You get a chance to see all of the lighting on the side of the shoes on screen when Marty is walking on the sidewalk by the DeLorean in the dark.
It is believed that this may be one of only a couple of surviving light up shoes. This is the only known shoe to exist that has been wired to a control box to light again as it was on screen, except for one at Nike headquarters. Most of the remaining shoes were not created with the lighting capability.
Sold in November 2007
According to an interview on whatisthematrix.warnerbros.com with Dan Bronson, the Costume Supervisor on the film, "...the coat that Keanu [Reeves, Neo] wears is made in seven different fabrics for very specific different scenes, due to the way each fabric flows and moves." This particular coat is a smoother cloth, and has no lining on the bottom half. Compared with some of the other heavier coats, this would allow better movement. There are several shots in the movie where Neo's coat seems smoother. As well, in some of the behind the scenes documentaries on the 10 disc Ultimate Edition, a member of the CGI team points out how they used one of Neo's coats to get every small detail. The cloth on this particular documentary looks like this coat. In another couple of behind the scenes shots, Neo has wires hooked up to him and the coat looks like a smooth one. Lastly, when promo shots were taken, Neo's coat again looks very smooth in the pictures.
This coat has several small cuts around the waist and inside the pockets. There is one large cut across the front below the waist area that was repaired during the film. The coat is in great screen used condition. This coat was made for the character "Neo", though we do not know if Keanu Reeves or a stuntman wore it. It may have been used in both The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions, as they were filmed back to back.
Sold in May 2007
These are the main costumes worn by Robert Englund (Freddy Krueger) and Ken Kirzinger (Jason Vorhees) respectively in the ultimate standoff between Horror's most iconic slasher characters. These trademark costumes consist of the following:
Both, Jason and Freddy have since their first outings (1980/1984) enjoyed a loyal following by fans & collectors alike. Many years in the making, "Freddy vs. Jason" ended up being the most succesful film for either of the 2 hugely popular horror franchises ("A Nightmare On Elm Street" & "Friday, the 13th"). A very important costume lot for horror collectors, this represensts a fantastic and incredibly rare opportunity to obtain the most important artifacts pertaining to both main characters of this blockbuster.
Sold in December 2006
This is the complete hero costume worn in the beginning of the movie by Christopher Walken as "The Hessian Horseman" (Headless Horseman).
Sold in January 2006
This is a complete head-to-toe police uniform from the Luc Besson Sci-Fi cult film "The Fifth Element". Assembled on a mannequin it stands about 6 feet tall, 26" wide, 20" deep, and weighs less than 50 pounds. It is made of a canvas type textile material, fiberglass, plastic, metal & rubber.
This particular helmet has a rare opening visor that is functional (mechanically opens via a wire) and the round white front panel lights up (via a battery pack embedded in back of the costume), as does the red light on the shoulder. It also comes complete with all the accessories seen in the film, such as the massive shoulder gun, baton and police shield. The numbers on the helmet and shield match up to each other, and also represent the police squad in the space port. This particular gun (blue) was used for the police costume when Zorg was demonstrating his ZF-1 weapon, and also used by the ships crew towards the end of the movie.
Sold in May 2006
This is Frank the Rabbit's head used on screen by James Duval as "Frank". This is the exact one seen on screen and matches perfectly down to the marks on the face and head, chipped teeth, and bent ears. It is incredibly difficult to find props and wardrobe from this fantastic cult film. Along with a ScreenUsed COA, this piece also comes with an impeccable signed letter from the Vice President of Post Production on Pandora letterhead.
Sold in April 2006
This is the red leather jacket and dark blue pants that Brad Pitt wears as "Tyler Durden". He is wearing these together in the infamous first fight scene outside the bar. He then wears it later with a different pair of pants. The jacket is in great screen used condition with several marks on it and a broken button. We understand that this jacket and pants are the only ones personally selected by Brad Pitt and the Costume Designer (Michael Kaplan) from a vintage 70's clothing store - so there were no duplicates. The red jacket was replicated for other scenes, but this is the original. Along with our ScreenUsed COA, it comes with a signed COA from 20th Century Fox Archives (one for the coat and one for the pants).
Sold in September 2005
This is a resin claw with metal reinforcement used on screen by Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. It comes with a signed letter of authentication from the Producer of the movie, along with a COA from ScreenUsed. We have noticed a small hairline crack in one of the tips by the knuckles, as can be seen in the close up photo. This is normal with a piece like this that was screen used.
Sold in August 2005
Based on a 1972 Citroen DS, the Luxor Cab was designed by John Bell of ILM and built by Mike Sheffe of Wonderworks. This is a full sized running car. The car is now being taken care of in Holland, and there was even a documentary video created including interviews with John Bell and Michael Scheffe.
Sold in 2003