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    Scooby-Doo Screen-Worn Skeleton Costume. This elaborate and bizarre seven-piece skeleton minion costume was featured during the Spooky Island scenes in the 2002 award-winning screwball mystery adventure film. The costume consists of a heavy brown rubber tribal vest with beaded strip design and velvet straps that secure the openings along the side edges. Also includes a pair of slipper shoes with paper, jute, and mesh design. A two-piece tricot body suit with hand-painted black and gold glitter pattern and a green and brown rubber and twine neck-piece accompany the costume, as do a pair of multicolor overlapping arm gauntlets and a matching motorcycle-style helmet with an attached skull mask. Originally designed to run off of hidden battery packs, the circuitry has been rewired to run off of household current and the adaptor box is included. The name Tony is marked in black ink along the inside of the vest and the name Dan is marked on the bottom inside of the shoes. The costume is in Fine condition. Accompanied by a COA from The Hollywood Studio Collection.

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    April, 2010
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