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Bill Campbell “Rocketeer” costume ensemble with hero metal rocket pack - Disney COAs - The Rocketeer

Currency:USD Category:Memorabilia Start Price:125,000.00 USD Estimated At:125,000.00 - 150,000.00 USD
Bill Campbell “Rocketeer” costume ensemble with hero metal rocket pack - Disney COAs - The Rocketeer
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1796. Bill Campbell "Rocketeer" costume ensemble with hero metal rocket pack with Disney COAs from The Rocketeer. (Disney, 1991) Extraordinary ensemble includes the hero metal Cirrus X3 Art Deco-styled "flame" rocket pack with leather harness and buckles, glove with built-in ignition trigger, signature leather jacket, fireproof stunt jodhpur pants, and a production made signature Rocketeer helmet. The rocket pack (with harness and glove), leather jacket and jodhpurs each come with a Disney COA. The jacket is seen in the swamp sequence and is listed by Disney as used by a stunt player; however, the leather grain matches a photo still from the film showing Bill Campbell wearing this jacket. The helmet comes with a LOA from C. Mitchell Bryan of Design Setters Inc., which produced all the helmets from the film. Lot includes "1938 Bigelow's Air Circus" pennant and prop Bull Dog Cafe menu. In the film, aviation genius Howard Hughes built the Cirrus X3 and it is the essential piece of heroic equipment that grants the Rocketeer the power of flight. Without question, the rocket pack is the ultimate plot-driving device from this acclaimed film. The studio made only three hero "flame-shooting" hero packs and Disney sold only a single hero metal rocket pack from their archives. This represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire this beautiful ensemble. All elements in production used fine condition (Disney COA comes with a humorous disclaimer: "Sorry, but the rocket pack will not actually enable the wearer to fly..."). Pack measures 26 x 17 x 7 in., weighs approx. 48 pounds and is labeled with a "Walt Disney Studios Property Dept." barcode. $125,000 - $150,000