Blade Runner Blaster
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:
- When Leon and Deckard are fighting in the street
- When Batty reached through the wall and grabs Deckard's hand with the blaster
- When Deckard and Batty are fighting in Sebastian's apartment
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.
Deckard's Shirt (Harrison Ford)
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.
Quint's Machete (Robert Shaw) and Hooper's Dive Mask (Richard Dreyfuss)
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.
John Rambo's Outfit (Sylvester Stallone)
(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.
Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
Production Used Clapperboard
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.
Hellboy II: The Golden Army
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.
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
Ricky Bobby's Racing Suit (Will Ferrell)
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.
Production Used Clapperboard
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.
Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi
Blue Harvest Clapper Board
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.
Back To The Future 2
Pit Bull Hoverboard
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
Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
Darth Vader Helmet
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
Back To The Future 3
DeLorean Time Machine
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
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
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
Green Goblin's Mask
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
Raiders of the Lost Ark
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
Evel Knievel Leathers
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
Back To The Future 2
Jaws 19 Movie Poster
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
Freddy Vs. Jason
Freddy's Metal Razor Glove
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
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
"Trust Him" Advance Key Art
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
Back To The Future 2
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
Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi
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 (TV)
James West Costume
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:
- Jacket - This blue jacket is custom made for Robert Conrad with several very unique features. First, the right sleeve has a split going about halfway up, with hooks, a snap, and a strip of additional cloth sewn in. This was customized in order for Jim West to have his spring loaded pistol that would pop out of his sleeve and into his hand. Second, inside the back of the jacket is a cloth holder for a knife. Lastly, there is a small cloth holder under the lapel used for his lock pick. The jacket is in good condition for it's age but has some discoloration on the shoulders and sleeves as shown. This is not very visible when viewing from the front on a mannequin. The Western Costume tag on the inside of a pocket is labeled "Bob Conrad". It also has an American Costume stamp inside one sleeve.
- Pants - This is a pair of custom made pants to match the jacket, with adjustable elastic stirrups on the bottom so they would fit appropriately. The Western Costume tag inside the pants states "Bob Conrad". It also has an American Costume stamp in the waistband.
- Vest - The multi colored blue vest is in great condition with 6 brass colored buttons. The Western Costume label on the vest states "Bob Conrad". It also has an American Costume stamp under the lapel area.
- Shirt - The light blue shirt has several stains on it and wear from production use. It has an American Costume stamp on the tail along with some writing on the bottom in black felt pen.
- Ascot - This navy blue western tie with faint pink highlights is in good condition with an adjustable elastic strap for around the neck. We are not 100% sure of the ascot's use in the shows, but it was acquired from the studio with the outfit.
Sold in May 2009
Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
Rebel Soldier Hoth Hat
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
Rocketeer CostumeThis is a Rocketeer costume screen used during filming, and consists of the following pieces:
- Helmet - This helmet was one of seven that were made by the crew during the production but eventually not used on screen. The foam padding has areas that are carved out where the ears would go. The leather chin straps are attached inside and are not removable.
- Jetpack - This is a screen used jetpack made of fiberglass. It is lightweight and made for various distance or stunt shots. It has an eye-hole screw at the top used during filming. There are areas where some of the silver paint has chipped off and areas where there is some cracking along the exterior of the jetpack. For our photos of the costume we held the jet pack in place with a wire from the eye-hole as the harness that holds the jet pack in place is missing.
- Jacket - This is a screen used jacket and is distressed with a tear in the back on the collar - potentially for stunt work. The jacket is marked "Deluna Fiberglass" inside the collar and has a couple of buttons missing. There is an area of discoloration on the left shoulder.
- Trigger Gloves - This is a pair of screen used trigger gloves. The left and right trigger buttons are in working condition, however the right trigger button is missing the silver cover cap.
- Pants - This pair of screen used overalls are beige. The bib is attached with buttons on the front. There is a tear in the crotch area and there is a black mark on the back of the right pant leg. Handwritten on the inside waist is "Deluna Fiberglass".
- Boots - This pair of screen used boots are brown with some distressing done for the production or during filming. The back has been cut down the center and Velcro has been applied for easy application over the pants. There is a slit in the top and the sole of the both boots along the toe area. Handwritten on the inside of the left boot is the number "24970 10D" and in the right boot is the number "24971 10D".
Sold in March 2009
Rocky's Boxing Gloves
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
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
Tie Fighter Pilot Helmet
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
Army of Darkness
Ash's Costume and Evil Sheila's Dress
- Ash's Costume - Screen used by Bruce Campbell as "Ash", this costume consists of his pants, belt, cape and clasp, and shirt. The shirt is in fact a mini Ash shirt that was screen used during the windmill scene. Very distressed and dirty in spots. Any props or costumes from this film are very hard to come by, and this would be the highlight to any AOD Collection.
- Evil Sheila's Dress - Distressed medieval style dress screen used by Embeth Davidtz as "Evil Sheila". This torn and aged dress was screen used during the Deadites Attack to retrieve the Necronomicon.
Sold in July 2008
Men In Black II
Agent Kay, Agent Jay, and Frank Costumes
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.
- Agent Kay's MIB Suit - This suit was worn on screen by Tommy Lee Jones as "Agent Kay" and is in very good screen used condition. The pants and jacket were custom made by John David Ridge and have labels with "Mr. Tommy Lee Jones" printed on them. The shirt was made for Mr. Jones by Anto of Beverly Hills and has a label that reads T.L.J. June 2001. This shirt has three tears on the back that are not visible when displayed with the jacket.
- Agent Jay's MIB Suit - This suit was worn on screen by Will Smith as "Agent Jay" and is also in very good screen used condition. The pants and jacket were custom made by John David Ridge and have labels with "Mr. Will Smith" printed on them. Both the jacket and pants have small holes for his wire harness to pass through and both pieces have "Harness" written in ink next to the labels. The shirt was made for Mr. Smith by Anto of Beverly Hills and has a label that reads W.S. June 2001, below that is FC written in ink.
- Frank the Pug's MIB Suit - This uniquely crafted tiny suit was custom made for Frank the Pug and is one of only about two made for filming, however it is missing the buttons at the cuffs. The suit features a Velcro and snap closure along the belly.
- MIB Rifles - These two rifles put the finishing touch to this set of costumes. Both rifles feature a silver paint scheme with futuristic detailing. Made of a heavy rubber these rifles were used for stunt work on the film and show signs of use with minor wear and scuff marks. The single barrel rifle measures about 39" long and the tri-barrel rifle measures about 31" long.
Sold in May 2008
Back To The Future 2
Marty's Future Nike
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
The Matrix Reloaded
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
In the late 70's, Christopher Reeve became the embodiment of the Man of Steel. Though he had predecessors, his name became synonymous for the Man from Krypton, sent to Metropolis to protect Earth. In 1995, with the tragic announcement of Chris Reeve's spinal injury from a horse accident, rendering him paralyzed in a wheelchair, fans' ongoing hope of Mr. Reeve once again donning the suit were shattered. As a result, Superman costumes again soared, now fetching up to six-figure prices in auction. As witnessed in the fine arts world, it did not take long for the forgers to see an opportunity and today, several fake suits, manufactured long after filming - yet copied from the real thing, therefore identical - are known to have ended up in private collections, sold as "originals". Many of the die-hard collectors are aware of that fact, which naturally makes a purchase choice in today's market a rather difficult one, especially since hardly any of the suits documented in public sales seemed to be accompanied by any meaningful provenance. In fact, the standard "COA" often reads that the suit was given to "x" person by an employee from the costume department with no direct link that would allow to trace it back to a credible or undisputable source.
ScreenUsed is proud to offer to the public a rare original Christopher Reeve Superman bodysuit with his trademark belt, accompanied by an actual Certificate of Authenticity by Warner Bros. Studios. 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 was dressed 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.
Sold in March 2007
Freddy Vs. Jason
Freddy and Jason Costumes
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:
- FREDDY - striped sweater and pants
- JASON - jacket, sweater, undershirt and pants
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
Headless Horseman's Hero Costume
This is the complete hero costume worn in the beginning of the movie by Christopher Walken as "The Hessian Horseman" (Headless Horseman).
- Upper Garment - This is a very intricately designed top with lots of detail and distressing to make it look worn. It zips in the back, and has extra padding inside in areas to make it look more muscular. This piece has the residue left where a label was placed that matches the labels in the pants and boots.
- Pants - These pants have some distressing to them in order to make them look worn. There are some buttons and hooks which may have been used with braces or suspenders. The label inside states "CHRIS W HESSIAN #1".
- Belt - The belt, complete with buckle, is distressed and scratched up from screen use.
- Gloves - Both gloves were made for Christopher Walken and have his name typed onto the label on the inside of both.
- Sword Scabbard - The sword scabbard is the only stunt piece to this ensemble. It was used by Ray Park in the stunt scenes later in the movie. It is made of a soft leather and bends easily without a sword inserted.
- Cape - The cape is the hero cape used at the beginning of the movie by Christopher Walken. Compared to capes from the end of the movie, it is not at distressed, though it does have some rough edges around the bottom. The inside red lining is more vibrant for the beginning of the movie as opposed to later scenes.
- Boots - Both boots have been distressed with a wax like coating to look well used. Each has a small label inside with "CHRIS-W" written on them. All buckles are intact.
- Spurs - Probably the rarest pieces of this costume are the original spurs used by Christopher Walken on his boots. These are made of metal with a rubber spur, along with a leather strap with metal buckle. When the camera pans to a close up of him walking away, you can see the spurs bend if you go frame by frame, so they may have never even made a set of metal spurs.
Sold in January 2006
The Fifth Element
Futuristic Police Costume
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
Frank the Rabbit's Head
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
Tyler Durden's Red Jacket & Pants
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
X2: X-Men United
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
Back To The Future 2
Flying Luxor Cab
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