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    Tom Cruise "John Anderton" PreCrime police helmet and I.D. card from Minority Report. (TCF, 2002) Tom Cruise production-made "John Anderton" police helmet. Made from fiberglass, fabric, foam and vacuum-formed clear panels, the helmet includes drop-down visor, original liner and integral electronics. Two 9V batteries are stored in the back of the helmet, behind a removable piece of padding. There is a small button behind the left ear of the exterior helmet, which would illuminate the visor and earpieces in neon blue. In the sci-fi thriller, Minority Report, a special unit of detectives arrest murderers before they commit their crimes. Helmets like this are a signature piece of these detectives' futuristic uniform. Comes with a Senior Detective Anderton "PreCrime" I.D. card, featuring a lenticular image of Tom Cruise as his character. Helmet shows signs of production wear. Overall very good condition. The I.D. card is in fine condition. Electronics untested.

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    December, 2012
    15th Saturday
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