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    Robert Englund "Freddy Krueger" animatronic chest popper from A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge. (New Line, 1985) Vintage original animatronic constructed of foam latex rubber over wood and metal armature with resin teeth and gums, eyes, latex rubber and dripping silicone gore, wiring and electronic components mounted to a wooden base, expertly studio painted to look like Freddy and real skin. Lengthy wiring system attached to 3-plastic syringe-like plunger tubes for blood spatter, and control box for movement (untested). A piece of black nylon material has been applied around sides of chest for display. Measuring approx. 19 x 18 x 17.5 in. (not including wiring). Likely made for an alternate shot at the end of the film when Freddy's knives burst through a girl's chest. Ultimately, this rig was not seen in the final cut of the film. Exhibiting age and production wear with some stabilized foam with cracking/rigid components. In vintage good to very good condition.

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    September, 2019
    25th Wednesday
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