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    Richard Dreyfuss "Hooper" screen-used hero dive light from Jaws. (Universal, 1975) From the scene when Hooper and "Brody" (Roy Scheider) sneak into a boathouse. Brody holds this light as Hooper empties the contents of the shark. Consisting of a "Darell Allan Dive Bright 500 3" waterproof metal diving flashlight made in Belmont, California. Measuring 8 in. tall and 8 in. wide with handle. The body canister is metal with welded handle and switch components with the casing painted bright hazard-yellow. The 5 in. round face and reflective bulb dome is covered by a .5 in. thick plexiglas lens, fastened into the rim of the canister by 6 metal screws around the perimeter. Exhibiting some wear and scratches. In screen-used, vintage good condition. Electronics untested. From the collection of Jaws propmaster Frank Nifong.

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    September, 2015
    29th Tuesday
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