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    Jumanji screen used "closed version" board game. (TriStar, 1995) Crafted or rigid polyfoam, this is the "closed" version of the iconic Jumanji gameboard used in scenes where it was carried by cast members. Exhibits production wear with bumping on corners. Central to this dark and mystical story adapted from the Chris Van Allsburg children's book, is this Jumanji board game - the catalyst for all the magic that infuses the journey. This is a reduced-weight "carry board" version of the game, made to be handled (primarily by Robin Williams as "Alan Parrish") during filming to prevent the heavy wooden hero game board from being dropped, damaged or injuring the actors during strenuous scenes in the course of production. The instantly recognizable game board is constructed of cast rigid polyfoam made to appear as carved and painted wood. The top exhibits exotic carved animal and jungle scene motifs with the Jumanji logo appearing at the center. When closed the compact board forms its own carrying case. Board measures 12.5 x 16.5 x 3.5 when closed. Exhibiting signs of age and production-wear. In screen-used, vintage very good condition.

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    December, 2018
    11th Tuesday
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