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    A Prop Severed Head and Neck from "Rambo" (aka "Rambo 4"). Lionsgate, 2008. Head made of latex, lifelike image of an Asian man with partial hair and a moustache and goatee, bottom of neck portion severed and 'bloody;' together with the separate base of the man's neck/chest with a 'bloody' stump where his head was cut off at an angle by Stallone as "John Rambo;" accompanied by a plexiglass display box where the head sits on a stand next to two framed color photographs of the scene from the film. (Please note the neck/chest part does not fit into the display case.)
    Display Case: 14 1/2" x 14 1/2" x 12"; Head: 10" x 9" x 7"; Neck/Chest: 9" x 11" x 3"

    "This is the prop head/neck of the soldier who Rambo beheads at the very end of the film, after he takes charge of the 50-caliber machine gun. This piece was designed as if Rambo cut this guy in a straight line directly across his neck, but in the film, you see Rambo cutting him up at an angle. I complained about this to the prop masters. I said, "You guys did it all wrong because if Rambo is coming up from the side, the cut would be more at an angle, not straight on like this!" So basically, this fake head had to be precariously balanced on the neck when we shot that scene because it wasn't made exactly right for how Rambo cut him."

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2015
    18th-20th Friday-Sunday
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