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    Val Kilmer "Madmartigan" and Warwick Davis "Willow" miniature puppets and shield sled display from Willow. (MGM, 1988) Original screen used puppets and shield sled from the fantasy film. Consisting of 2-static puppets of cast foam latex over wire armature, dressed in fabric and leather costumes components, expertly painted and with applied hair, including 1-Madmartigan 11 x 7 in. figure and 1-Willow 7 x 4 in. figure (grasping red swaddling representing the baby princess that Willow is charged with protecting). Both puppets are posed seated on a 14.5 x 6 in. cast fiberglass shield, repurposed as a sled. Used in FX sequences of the exciting "snow chase" in the film. Displayed on a 10 x 19 x 15 in. resin and polyfoam glacial-themed base capturing the spirit of the adventure. Figures exhibit some hardening to the latex materials. Otherwise in fine condition.

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    June, 2017
    26th Monday
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