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    Arnold Schwarzenegger "T-800" animatronic head from Terminator 2: Judgment Day. (Carolco, 1991) Original special effects animatronic prop consisting of cast foam latex skin over resin and fiberglass components applied to an articulated armature. The head consists of an expertly painted likeness of Schwarzenegger with punched eyebrows, hair and prosthetic grade glass eyes. Representing the advanced stage battle-damaged "T-800" Cyborg (Schwarzenegger) with metal machinery showing through torn flesh. The effects head measures a life size 9 x 9 in. and houses an interior fiberglass and metal mechanical infrastructure allowing effects artists to electronically manipulate the head's jaw, eye movement and general facial expressions. The wires that would attach to a control panel remain present. While the latex skin has become brittle with age, the paint remains fresh and the interior rubber supple. Exhibiting some sensitive restoration to the jaw for display purposes. In production used very good condition.

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    June, 2017
    26th Monday
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