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    James Caan "Paul Sheldon" stunt typewriter prop from Misery. (Castle Rock, 1990) Original stunt prop typewriter constructed of hollow cast body with tooled aluminum parts, cast resin components and some real typewriter elements all brought together in a lightweight hyper realistic assemblage. Expertly studio finished and distressed with "Royal" brand decal badges added and cut foam filling the interior. There is also a foam latex rubber gasket applied around the base of the prop for safety. Highly visible in the climactic face off between hostage, "Paul Sheldon" (Caan) and his lunatic captor, "Annie Wilkes" (Kathy Bates) when Paul misdirects Annie and uses his typewriter to bludgeon her to death. The instantly recognizable prop measures 17 x 11 x 8.5 in. Exhibiting production wear, age and minor soiling. Some minor deterioration to the edge rubber gasket. In very good to fine condition.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2019
    25th Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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