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    Blade Runner working Vid-phone. (Warner Bros., 1982) A highly visible light up piece of set decoration characteristic of the celebrated futuristic design in Ridley Scott's dystopic Sci-Fi masterpiece. Consisting of a pay-video phone kiosk measuring 31 x 13 x 15 in. Constructed of vacuum formed shell over wood substructure. A clear vacuum formed face panel has been screen printed with operating instructions (in English and Japanese), a number keypad, a card slot, a camera window and time bar that illuminate when the prop is plugged in. With a clear window at the top for the illuminated broadcasting screen and vent slots at the bottom. Expertly painted shell to appear weather worn and abused. Retaining handwritten graffiti (including "R. Scott") and several Japanese stickers. Fully functional as in the film. In production used very fine condition.

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    June, 2016
    29th Wednesday
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