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MAC-10 (Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Las Vegas)



Barbwire Baseball Bat Weapon

Description (ScreenUsed.com): This baseball bat was acquired by the production for use by various extras during filming. The bat is a Louisville Slugger with metal barbwire attached around the top section. Wear from use and storage is present. Measures 33.5" in length.



Prop Stunt Barbwire Baseball Bat Weapon

Description
(ScreenUsed.com): This baseball bat weapon was custom-made by the production for use by various extras during filming of stunts. The bat is made of foam rubber over metal core and was molded from a Louisville Slugger. Metal wire is attached around the top to simulate the look of barbwire. Wear from use and storage is present. Measures 33.5" in length.



Brain's Romero Killer Knife



Killer Knife

Description (eBay Seller): Up for auction is a super rare prop from Escape From New York. This is from John Carpenter's original movie with Kurt Russell. This baby is the real deal. Not foam rubber. This was designed by the famous weapon's designer from the movie. This baby is all hand made. You will never find another like this. This is all custom made out of hardened steel. This baby is sharp as hell. It measures 13" long with a 11 inch blade. that is 1/4 of an inch thick. This weights close to 3 pounds. The handle and blade are made to look it was made with gold nuggets. This was used as a background knife for one of the main actors. This is priced so only a truly serious bidder will get it. This baby will make a nice addition to your movie prop collection. This was acquired a movie prop sale here in Hollywood. This does not come with any doc's, cert's or COA's, so please bid at your own discretion. 



Air Force One Miniature Model

Description (Profiles In History): This is the screen-used filming miniature of Air Force One visible in the film's opening hijack sequence. This impressive miniature is constructed of resin, hand-painted and detailed with Great Seal of the U.S., American flag and other decals and is outfitted with internal fiber optics that illuminated the starboard side of the aircraft's passenger windows, wings and vertical stabilizer. The bottom of the fuselage has a threaded hole for the armature attachment and it measures 29 in. long with a 23 in. wingspan. It exhibits some cracking and light wear, the port side horizontal stabilizer is detached. It includes three miniature New York City special effects buildings, measuring 5 in. x 4 in. x 4 in., from Plissken's glider flight as well as small shelf and mounting rod that makes for a great display. A fantastic piece and key plot item from of the film.



Wireframe Miniature Buildings (From the larger set)

Description (1) (Profiles In History): An incredible collection of 13 miniature special effects skyscrapers from Kurt Russell "Snake Plissken's" memorable fly-in sequence above the streets of New York City. Snake pilots his glider between the city's buildings that are rendered in miniature. The buildings are constructed of wood with hand-painted windows or covered in matte black paper with white grid lines for the visual effects sequence displayed on Plissken's glider monitors, some with production notations handwritten on the bases. They range in size from 2 ¼ in. x 1 ¾ in. x ½ in. to as large as 9 in. x 4 ½ in. x 4 ½ in. Exhibit some wear, with scuffing and some paper peeling at corners but remain in remarkable condition. An iconic set of visual effects pieces from this cult classic.



Wireframe Miniature Buildings (From the smaller set)

Description (ScreenUsed.com): A lot of 5 original, custom-made miniature SPFX buildings, hand-made under the supervision of James Cameron (?) during the filming of the cult classic motion picture Escape From New York. Filmed practically by Cameron (?) when he was a SPFX cameraman on the film. These buildings were utilized to create simulated computer animated graphics seen on Snake Pliskin's (portrayed by Kurt Russell) cockpit viewscreen, as he glides into New York City, which has been turned into a maximum security prison colony. These building miniatures are scarce and quite unique. Used prior to the advent of the sophisticated digital computer technology that James Cameron would help usher into the film industry in later years. The buildings range in size from 1.75” tall to 1.25” tall.

 

Miniature Buildings (1: With 3 Wireframe Miniature Buildings)

Description (1) (Premiere Props):
From John Carpenter's 1981 cult classic Escape from New York. A three-sided miniature building used to recreate New York City's sprawling metropolis. The building is constructed of pressed cardboard with windows glued on, and smaller wood or styrofoam rooms on the roof. One corner has become unglued. 'Thick, hot pressed' is printed on the inside, as is a pencil drawn Z, likely used for easy placement in the miniature city. (Measures approx. 6"x3 3/4"x1 1/2")


Miscellaneous





Clapper Board

Description (ScreenUsed.com): This clapper board was used during filming and features the film's title and markings from its final shot. Showing signs of use, a great artifact from the production of the film. 



Storyboards (By James Cameron)



Matte Paintings



Avco Embassy Script



Isaac Hayes Bound Gift Script


Escape From L.A.




Stealth Suit

Description (1-2) (
Premiere Props): This black and metallic futuristic jumpsuit was worn by the character Snake Plissken portrayed by actor Kurt Russell in John Carpenter's Escape From L.A., the 1996 sequel to the 1981 smash hit Escape From New York. The sleeveless jumpsuit with stirrups is dark gray with metallic appearance and has "KURT, HERO" handwritten inside. Mr. Russell wore the suit in numerous scenes throughout the majority of the film, making it a signature piece of principal wardrobe from the production. The garment is in very good screen used condition and is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from the costume house.



Patch



Stacy Keach Costume

Description
(Live Auctioneers): This black SWAT team uniform was worn by the character Malloy portrayed by actor Stacy Keach in John Carpenter's 1996 motion picture Escape From L.A., which also starred Kurt Russell. The black uniform consists of shirt, matching pants, web belt, and hat and is in excellent condition. Comes accompanied by a letter of authenticity from the costume house. Presented in association with JulienEntertainment.com



USPF Patches



Shotgun Ammo Belt

Description (eBay Seller):
This is a screen used prop that came from the "Hollywood Prop House" when it closed down in 2010 and auctioned off thousands of items to pay it's creditors. My cousin worked for them and purchased whole "Mixed Lots" during the auction. The prop house provided item for hundreds of Television programs and Movies over the years it was open. Each item as sold was a registered sale and a COA was issued for it. Many items were used by the actual star of that Movie or Television show, if used by a star, the COA states whom and for what, if just used in the production, then it says it was used for that production. All COA's were issued from the Hollywood Prop House.

Here we have a nylon shotgun ammo belt used in the movie production of, Escape from L.A., this was used by an "Extra or Background Artist", you get this ammo belt, and a COA in this auction.



Coreburner (4: Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Las Vegas with Ruger P90)

Description (1-2) (ScreenUsed.com):
This gun was used on screen by Kurt Russell as "Snake Plissken" and can be seen as one of the guns issued to him at the L.A. Deportation Center. It is a black stunt gun made of rubber. It is very authentic in appearance and has engravings of the gun manufacturer and serial numbers. Also attached at the top is a black material shoulder strap.




Smith & Wesson 629 Hunter (3: Stunt Pistol)

Description (2) (Sotheby's): Kurt Russell .44 Magnum Modified Pistol from Escape from LA, Snake's Smith & Wesson rendered in rubber, finished in simulated chrome and black textured grip with barrel mounted sensory sights.



Seecamp 32


Description
(ScreenUsed.com): This stunt pistol was used on screen by Kurt Russell as "Snake Plissken" and Pam Grier as "Hershe Las Palmas". Made of hard rubber, this is the static nonworking version used during stunt work on the film. This is the style gun Snake takes from Hershe as he threatens to kill her.



Converted Heckler & Koch SP89

Description (1) (iCollector.com):
This is a prop stunt machine gun used in the action films Speed and Escape from L.A. The gun was used by Dennis Hopper's character Howard Payne in the 1994 adventure Speed, and was also used by Kurt Russell for his portrayal of Snake Plissken in John Carpenter's Escape From L.A. from 1996. The gun is a model Heckler & Koch SP89 that has been made to look like an MP5K and is made from rubber and painted silver and black. The breech is missing due to use during production.


Description (2) (ScreenUsed.com): This gun was used on screen by Kurt Russell as "Snake Plissken" and can be seen at the end of the film when he and Hershe (Pam Grier) are hang gliding into the burned out shopping center for the final confrontation with Cuervo Jones (George Corraface). It is stunt gun made of rubber. Part of it has been painted silver and it has the engravings of the gun manufacturer and serial numbers that a real gun would have.



Ruger AC556



FN FAL



Micro UZI



Desert Eagle 357 Magnum

Description (YourProps.com):
There is not much to say about this piece I'm afraid. When I bought it from the seller they stated that it was a pistol used on the set of Escape from L.A. (1996) used for various stunts during filming of the movie, no other information was available and there is no indication as to whom used this item during filming.



Spike Clubs



Submarine Miniature Model

Description (Prop Store):
This item is Snake Plissken's (Kurt Russell) hero shark 3 submarine model from the 1996 action movie, Escape from L.A. The year is 2013 and it's up to Snake Plissken to find the President's daughter and retrieve the doomsday device before it’s too late. This submarine model was used as Plissken's transportation and can be first seen in the beginning sequence of the film. The item has a hard plastic body and features detailed line indentations throughout the top, front and sides, as well as sleek black back fins and a front grill. Attached to the body are two metal rods which exhibit white glass circles fixed to the front of their holes. There are three red plastic (light fixture-like) pieces on the top and one on each side of both rods. The item measures approximately 72” x 17” (183cm x 43cm) and is in very good condition.




Surgery Victim Mask (Rick Baker Auction - Lot 160)

Description (Prop Store):
A mask for a surgery victim from John Carpenter's sci-fi adventure Escape from LA. This piece was created for use by a background actor in the Surgeon General of Beverly Hills’ (Bruce Campbell) lair. The slip latex mask is painted in great detail to appear as though skin from two victims had been crudely stitched together. The piece features hand-punched hair throughout and small black string tied to approximate stitches. A tear runs up the back of the neck to allow for easy dressing and removing. This mask is offered on a wood and metal base and remains in good condition. Dimensions on base: 10” x 10” x 18” (25 cm x 25 cm x 46 cm).



Surgery Victim Mask (Rick Baker Auction - Lot 134)

Description (Prop Store):
A mask for a surgery victim from John Carpenter's sci-fi adventure Escape from LA. This piece was created for use by a background actor in the Surgeon General of Beverly Hills' (Bruce Campbell) lair. The slip latex mask is painted in great detail to appear as though the character had been subjected to a face change, with areas on the front of the face created in foam latex appliances. Small sections of black string act as stitching along the edges of the face. A tear runs up the back of the neck to allow for easy dressing and removing. This mask features wear and dirt residue but remains in good condition. Dimensions on base: 10” x 9” x 15” (25 cm x 23 cm x 38 cm).



Surgery Victim Mask (Rick Baker Auction - Lot 136)

Description (Prop Store): A mask for a surgery victim from John Carpenter's sci-fi adventure Escape from LA. This piece was created for use by a background actor in the Surgeon General of Beverly Hills' (Bruce Campbell) lair. The slip latex mask is painted in great detail to appear as though the character’s lower jaw were stretched or attached to the roof of the mouth. The piece features hand-punched hair throughout. A tear runs up the back of the neck to allow for easy dressing and removing. This mask features wear but remains in good.



Surgery Victim Appliances (Rick Baker Auction - Lot 702)

Description (Prop Store): A lot of surgery victim appliances from John Carpenter's sci-fi adventure Escape from LA. These appliances were created for use by background actors in the lair of the Surgeon General of Beverly Hills (Bruce Campbell). This lot consists of two hand appliances and various head appliances including eyes, ears, nose, and full face pieces. The appliances are made of foam latex and some are painted with varying detail. Cracking has occurred around the edges and untrimmed flash is present but these appliances remain in otherwise good condition. Effective Dimensions: 17” x 17” x 9” (43 cm x 43 cm x 23 cm)




Body Parts

Description (Live Auctioneers):
Snake Plissken (Kurt Russell) is once again in an apocalyptic world in John Carpenter's Escape From L.A. (1996). In one of the key scenes, Russell along with the alluring Taslima (Valeria Golino), are captured and end up in the "lab" of the "Surgeon General of Beverly Hills" (Bruce Campbell), who wants to harvest their "fresh" body parts for the many rich Bev Hill "patrons'" who desperately need major work on their own melting faces and organs. All the body parts were made by Special Effects Make-Up Wizard Andrea Le Vine, and comes from her private collection. They include a Letter of Provenience from Le Vine.