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Old 08-13-04, 09:07 AM
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name 5 movie props you would love to own!

if money and availability were NO factors, which 5 movie props would you love to own?

i'll start it off:

the dude's rug from 'The Big Lebowski'

steve mcqueen's baseball from 'The Great Escape'

paul newman's bottle of J.T.S. Brown from 'The Hustler' which he uses during the epic battle with minnesota fats

the red and blue pill complete with case from 'The Matrix'

a bottle of 'Pepsi Perfect' from 'Back To The Future II'

honorable mention: a brick of weed from 'Half Baked'

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Old 08-13-04, 09:17 AM
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Luke's first lightsaber
Ruby Slippers
Old Tyme Picture of Marty and Doc in front of the clocktower from 1800's
Indy's Whip
Arm from Terminator 2
Old 08-13-04, 09:18 AM
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The Maltese Falcon in The Maltese Falcon

Ash's severed hand from Evil Dead 2

Indiana Jones' fedora

Rick Deckard's Steyr Mannlicher .222 gun from Blade Runner

Elessar's crown in LOTR: The Return of the King
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Hmm.. this one tough there are lots of props I like to owned but here my list.

The one ring from The Lord of the Rings

The bride samurai sword in Kill Bill

The big gun in Hellboy

The bullwhip from Indian Jones flick

Snake Plissken eyepatch Escape from New York
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Welcome to the forum.

Goldfinger - Aston Martin DB5
Die Another Day - Aston Martin Vanquish
Bullitt - 1968 Mustang Fastback GT390
Back to the Future - The DeLorean
Tucker - Tucker

That would be a helluva car collection.
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"Ass to Ass" Dildo from Requiem for a Dream
Coke Bottle from Truth or Dare
Flute from American Pie
Crucifix from The Exorcist
Sex Booth from Sleeper
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Indy's whip
chewy's crossbow
karate kids headband
babyruth bar from goonies
peewee's bike
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This is an interesting question. Would I select items from movies that I love, regardless of worth; or would I select items from movies that I don't love but mostly because they're historic?

For instance, I like the Star Trek movies, but I'm not nuts for them. I do recognize the lasting effect on pop culture they have had, so would I select, say, a phaser or tricorder over the steamer trunk from It's a Wonderful Life?
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The razor from Bunuel's Un Chien Andalou

Alex's phallic clown mask from A Clockwork Orange

One of those massive caliber rifles used in Robocop

The "1 in a 1000" Winchester '73 repeating rifle from Mann's (duh) Winchester '73

The harmonica used in Once Upon a Time in the West
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the briefcase from pulp fiction
the track suit from kill bill/game of death
the ear from reservoir dogs
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Elisha Cuthbert
Kate Beckinsale
Eliza Dushku
Rachel Leigh Cook
Kristin Kreuk

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Originally posted by Groucho
"Ass to Ass" Dildo from Requiem for a Dream
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Damn you, Groucho! You stole my prop!

It's honestly the first prop I thought of when I read the thread title.
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Ripley's gun from Aliens
Sabina's bowler hat from Unbearable Lightness of Being
Belushi's shades from Blues Brothers
Kurgan's blade from Highlander
"Otto" from Airplane
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*Ahem*

The Batmobile

Specifically the one from the first Batman movie, but the others are cool too
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Originally posted by Abranut
Damn you, Groucho! You stole my prop!

It's honestly the first prop I thought of when I read the thread title.
Well, it is good for two asses at once. Maybe you guys can share.
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Ooh...good topic:

The DeLorean - BTTF
The Ring - LOTR
Karate uniform - The Karate Kid
Dirty Harry's gun - Dirty Harry
Rocky's heavyweight belt - Rocky II
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Originally posted by The_Infidel
"Otto" from Airplane
No! Mine! Back off!



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Ooh...good topic
thank you!
these sort of questions pop up when you stare at your dvd collection in a, ahm... 'higher' state of mind
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The Shower Curtain from Psycho
Jason's first Hockey Mask from Friday the 13th
The Ruby Slippers from Wizard of Oz
The Stonehenge model from This is Spinal Tap
The clown from Poltergeist
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Originally posted by Groucho
"Ass to Ass" Dildo from Requiem for a Dream
Coke Bottle from Truth or Dare
Flute from American Pie
Crucifix from The Exorcist
Sex Booth from Sleeper
you're one sick bastard but definitely funny.
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The Wicker Man
"Rosebud" from Citizen Kane
Man with no name's poncho from the Dollars trilogy
"Geraldine" from Wait until Dark
Masks and costumes of the Five Deadly Venoms
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the sunglasses that the guy in Groucho's action movie joke puts on as he walks away from a big explosion.
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If I recall correctly Steven Spielberg actually owns Rosebud.
I also had the opportunity to purchase the "Original Family Truckster" from National Lampoons Vacation. A neighbor of my brothers in Indianapolis owned it and he actually won a prize on "Bob & Tom Show" for owning the most unique thing. It had the Wally World sticker and everything. He would take it around fairs and such and charge for polaroids by it. I believe they actually used three trucksters from the movie but this was the number one, when it was brand new. and seen alot on screen. It was even signed on the dash by Chevy Chase. I think I could have had it for @ $5,000 some 8-9 years ago. I am still kicking myself in the ass for not getting it but I couldn't afford it.
The Maltese Falcon is my obvious choice ( i think sold recently for around $65,000)
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The amp that goes to 11 from Spinal Tap
***** Wagon from Kill Bill

I'll come back with more.
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1) DeLorean from Back to the Future
2) Charlie Chaplin's Tramp outfit
3) Rosebud from Citizan Kane
4) Eastwood's gun from The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
5) Darth Vader's Saber

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Honorable mentions: The Hanzo sword, Fords car from American Grafitti, Bate's knife, the diver's outfit from The Graduate, Alex's cane from Clockwork Orange, Freddy's glove and Jason's mask from part 6.

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