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T2: Judgment Day Original Full-Scale Screen-Used Battlefield T-800 Endoskeleton

Currency:USD Category:Memorabilia Start Price:100,000.00 USD Estimated At:150,000.00 - 250,000.00 USD
T2: Judgment Day Original Full-Scale Screen-Used Battlefield T-800 Endoskeleton
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(Carolco, 1991) This iconic figure was constructed for the thrilling opening battle sequence, when the T-800 makes its dramatic appearance in the frightening future world of Los Angeles, 2029 A.D., in the Future War with John Connor and his small band of survivors.  Measuring 6 ft. tall, the figure is hand-crafted of vacumetalized fiberglass and durable polyurethane feet and hands over an aluminum armature.  This specific Endo was designed to lay on a pile of rubble and made to be maneuverable and lightweight for repositioning on the set.  It exhibits advanced battle damage with intricate scoring, burn marks, pronounced holes and other structural details on nearly every component to appear as if bullet-ridden.  To create depth, the sternum was burned and carved out with applied metal texturing.  Braided metal hoses, connectors and other small pieces complete the impressive level of detailing.  Servos in the head to control eye and jaw movement are present but not functional, yet the eyes illuminate in an eerie red via a supplied transformer.  Figure is mounted on a steel armature and secured on a wooden base for display.  An impressive and iconic figure from this groundbreaking film, which received the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects in 1992.  Without question, one of the most instantly-identifiable visual effects character of the last 30 years of film history.  Includes a COA from Stan Winston Studio.