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    Screen used Ghostface mask from Scream. (Dimension Films, 1996) Mask of the iconic Ghostface killer created by Wes Craven, inspired by artist Edvard Munch's painting "The Scream." Crafted of rubber with sewn-on cowl of black cloth. Measures 12 in. Comes with a signed LOA by Bill Perry, former Webmaster for Wes Craven's official website, who obtained the mask for promotional purposes immediately after filming wrapped. In the letter, Perry states in part: "Tony Cecere, stunt coordinator on the film, pointed out several modifications done to the mask and identified it as one of the masks worn by a stuntman on the film. Very few people are aware that Ghostface is played largely by stuntmen, using actors mainly for the 'reveal' scenes at the end of the film. This particular mask has the eye hole refitted with a broader mesh so the stunt players could see better..." Ghostface masks from the first Scream film are rarely encountered. In fine condition.

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    June, 2016
    29th Wednesday
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