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    Jaws production used shark's teeth clapperboard. (Universal, 1975) Vintage original production-themed 10 x 12 in. clapperboard constructed of wooden slate with unique serrated black and white clap stick at the top fashioned to appear as shark's teeth. Board is traditionally operated by lifting the upper clap stick from the lower with the two sides being conjoined by sliding metal posts on either side. The slate face is printed with "Zanuck/Brown Prod., Universal City Studios 02074, Prod. Jaws, Dir. S. Spielberg, Cam." With white electricians tape in the space handwritten with R. Metz, Jan 22, 75. Written in chalk on the clap stick portion "B Camera". Retaining handwritten numbered and lettered swatches of tape affixed to the verso of the slate. Clapperboard is featured being held by director Spielberg on the back cover The Jaws Log, 30th anniversary edition, published by New Market Press, copyright 2005. Exhibiting production wear, soiling, and tape residue. In vintage production very good to fine condition.

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    December, 2018
    11th Tuesday
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