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    "Bruce" the great white shark from Jaws figure created from the original plans for Universal and JAWSFest in 2005 - the 30th anniversary of the release of Jaws. (2005) This 1:1 replica of the head of the famous shark from Jaws was painstakingly recreated under the supervision of Greg Nicotero using original blueprints, behind the scenes photos and documentation provided by Production Designer Joe Alves for the 30th Anniversary celebration JAWSFEST in Martha's Vineyard in 2005.  The head measures 80 x 44 x 44 in. and is filled with over 80 teeth cast from the original molds.  This prop is mounted to a steel welded base with wheels and was prominently displayed and featured in multiple news articles and retrospectives over the last 14 years.  This actual piece was further modified after the 2012 release of JAWS: Memories from Martha's Vineyard by Matt Taylor as the shape of the snout, detail of scars and lower jaw were refined. Truly the most accurate representation of one of the most terrifying creatures to ever grace the screen.

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    December, 2019
    17th Tuesday
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