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    Hero screen-used "Predator" costume from Predators. (TCF, 2010). This iconic trophy-hunting extraterrestrial is crafted of foam latex backed with spandex painted to detail and is complete with trademark netting, foam latex glove-hands and feet. A bronze resin bio helmet is mounted on the head with latex "dreadlocks" exposed behind it. Two gauntlets are present: the left is a static vacuum-formed unit with faux painted digital display; the right gauntlet is made of polyurethane with two retracted vacu-metalized blades. Also present are leather straps with molded rib apparatus and integrated resin shoulder armor with gun rig mounted on top, cod armor and leather belt with leather loin cloth covering the buttocks. This entire screen-used Predator was built and mounted on a display and base by the artisans at KNB Effects Group. Stands 87 in. tall (on base). Latex on the suit is very supple showing only slight production wear.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2017
    26th Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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    Sold on Jun 26, 2017 for: Sign-in or Join (free & quick)
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