Dr. Seuss The Cat In The Hat

The Cat's (Mike Myers) Remote Control Hat and Cap Featured

Stock #39130

The Cat's (Mike Myers) Remote Control Hat and Cap from Bo Welch's 2003 adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic, The Cat in the Hat. The film follows two young siblings whose boring, predictable life is instantly turned upside down by the appearance of the mischievous Cat. This hat was made for use during scenes when the hat had to move as if independent from the Cat.

This hat is made of wire coils that have been covered with red and white felt to match the character’s iconic look. The piece includes restored electronic components operated by a switch and controller. These pieces have been newly added to allow the hat to function as originally intended. The hat now runs on four AA batteries. The hat features a plastic cover on the inside with inset magnets. These magnets attach to a fiberglass skull cap that would attach to the actor’s head to secure the hat to the Cat costume. The fiberglass piece is padded on the inside to allow for a reasonable level of comfort when in use. Though light restoration has been done to allow the mechanics to function, the hat remains in great condition.

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Terminator 2: Judgment Day

The T-1000's (Robert Patrick) SFX Hand Display Featured

Stock #40995

A special effects hand used in the production of James Cameron’s sci-fi action sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Faced with a new threat, Skynet sends a more advanced terminator, the T-1000 (Robert Patrick) through its time machine to hunt down an adolescent John Connor (Edward Furlong). To prevent John’s death, Tech-Com send a reprogrammed Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) to save Connor and help prevent Judgment Day by destroying Cyberdyne.

This style of hand, with the characteristic pointing finger, was used for the scene towards the end of the film as the T-1000 tries to kill Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) within the steel mill. Visual effects were used for the extension of the finger, with physical versions of the hand used for close-ups.

The instantly recognisable piece is made of resin with flesh-tone paints used for the hand. This then gradually transforms into silver around the base of the pointed index finger, finished to replicate the look of the T-1000’s liquid metal.

Featuring some wear from use, the finger has been professionally repaired after a break earlier in its life, with the piece remaining in overall good condition. The hand is presented with a display base and plaque, measuring 24cm x 20cm x 26cm (9.5” x 8” x 10.25”) when displayed.

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Spaceball One Indirect Command Panel

Stock #33952

A Spaceball One Indirect Control Panel from Mel Brooks’s 1987 sci-fi comedy, Spaceballs. In this Star Wars parody, Lone Star (Bill Pullman) and his sidekick Barf (John Candy) must protect Princess Vespa (Daphne Zuniga) from the evil Lord Dark Helmet (Rick Moranis). This control panel can be found aboard the command center of the Spaceball One, and comes from the scene in which Dark Helmet pursues Eagle V through space at Ludicrous Speed.

This panel is made from an inch thick piece of wood with a metal facing, and is equipped with white buttons and orange indicator lights. Surrounding the white buttons are lines made from narrow black tape, and black decals for the lettering. The top title reads “Indirect Command Panel,” and underneath has sections made for “Port Halter,” “Fault Warning,” Right Speed,” Fault Ignore,” “Ridiculous Speed,” “Fire Quadrant,” “Ludicrous Speed,” and “Test Ignore.” The back of the panel is marked as “Panel #7 First Section Nose Computer” and includes the completed wiring which is split into segments marked as “#5D,” “Stat Comm,” and “Chase Comm.”

Due to production use and age, this panel features some scratches on the paint, as well as missing section of the black tape, but remains in overall good production used condition.

Item size - 13.5" x 4.0" x 23.5" (34.29cm x 10.16cm x 59.69cm)

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G.I. Joe - The Rise of Cobra

Cobra Soldier Energy Pistol and Leg Holster

Stock #37017

A Cobra Soldier Energy Pistol and Leg Holster from Stephen Sommers’ 2009 action adventure, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. In the film, a secret military team known as G.I. Joe pursues the dangerous terrorist organization Cobra in an effort to keep the world safe from evil. Cobra soldiers can be seen with holstered energy pistols throughout the film.

The pistol is made of dense foam that has been painted black with red and silver highlight paint in various places. The gun was designed to reflect a science fiction, military weapon which harkens back to the original Hasbro toy line and cartoon series. Additionally, the Baroness (Sienna Miller) carries two similar pistols throughout the film, though hers are made without the flashlight feature sculpted to the underside of the barrel.

The pistol fits within a a sturdy plastic holster that wraps around the thigh using two nylon straps with slide clips. The holster is attached to a belt that fastens around the waist, which is also made from nylon and locks with a slide clip.

Both the stunt pistol and the holster remain in excellent used condition.

The violent crime reduction bill means that this particular prop can only be sold to customers who reside outside the UK. Generally speaking, it is illegal for a resident of the UK to buy this item.

Exemptions are for N.A.R.E.S (or similar) registered re-enactors, public museums/galleries or use in a film, television or theatrical production. In all cases paperwork will be required to complete the sale

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Item size - 13.0" x 8.0" x 18.0" (33.02cm x 20.32cm x 45.72cm)

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