1. Woody Allen’s Bullets over Broadway Neon Signs
Used in the award winning film “Bullets Over Broadway” by Woody Allen, released in 1994, the famous NYC restaurant is situated next to the theatre where the stage performance goes on. The sign was in poor condition when it was purchased, it’s been fully restored and in excellent working condition. There are over 200 bulbs in total on each sign, measuring approximately 13″ 10″ l x 42″ h x 7″ d. So, if you are a huge Woody Allen fan and have the right space, this sign would be terrific! Great for a house, bar, shop, etc.
Both signs are available to buy on eBay, and
2. Vintage Chair from Elvis Presley’s Blue Hawaii
A Hawaiian chair accent from the motion picture “Blue Hawaii,”acquired from one of the largest prop supply houses in the US. This accent piece was issued to the set for use in various scenes for the film starring Elvis Presley.
3. Actual Pretty Woman Earrings
Any die-hard Pretty Woman Fanatics out there in need of a new pair of earrings?
4. Moulin Rouge Match holder
A match holder used as set dressing on the set of the award-winning musical Moulin Rouge. This match holder and others like it can be seen on the tables throughout the famous Moulin Rouge cabaret. Made of resin, the match holders have an open recessed top and a ribbed side for striking matches on. The recess and the base are painted a rich blue with white lettering decals applied at the base that read “Cigares Royaux.”
Listed on Propstore
5. Marty McFly’s Hover Board from Back to the Future II
A prop Mattel Hoverboard used by Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) in Robert Zemeckis’ sci-fi film Back to the Future: Part II. The Hoverboard prop is seen throughout the movie and is a major device of the storyline; it also features heavily in Back To the Future: Part III.
A number of prop Hoverboards were created for the film, in either a lightweight Styrofoam or in solid wood, with varying styles of construction and degrees of detail. This particular example features a rare ball-bearing spinning footpad, which is dark green in colour.
Listed for auction on Propstore.
6. Titanic Props
Original 1997 James Cameron Titanic Movie Prop Stained Glass Window Section from the Smoking Room. This is an extremely rare movie stage piece and has been screen matched to the movie and comes with a letter of authenticity.
Only two of these survived the sinking of the ship and dismantling after the movie. The other one was in fair condition with damage and missing about half of the faux leading. Fox Studios only has one small glass window, nothing else, no large windows or a full 4 pane window section. Nothing else survived.
A Titanic Deck chair from the set.
After the 20th Century Fox movie Titanic was done shooting in Rosarito, Mexico, James Cameron left the Titanic ship props on the beaches of Rosarito for all the men that worked on the movie to have and do whatever with. Most of these guys actually helped in constructing the Titanic and lived only a short distance away from the movie set located in Rosarito.
Discover with the story of how the eBay seller found it.
7. James Hunt’s Rush Helmet
James Hunt’s (Chris Hemsworth) racing helmet from Ron Howard’s biopic Rush. Hunt wore the black helmet in the film throughout his time racing for the Hesketh and McLaren teams, from his early days through to his championship win in the 1976 season. A ring of Velcro running around the helmet allows for attachment of a neoprene fire-retardant collar. The helmet features some minor scratches from use but remains in very good condition.
Listed for auction here.
8. Willy Wonka (1970) Golden Ticket
Filmed in Munich in 1970, very few props from the film are still in existence as almost every asset from the film was destroyed after production. The ticket is printed on a metallic gold paper and scalloped along the edges. The border design and memorable message is printed in black ink and remains perfectly legible. The piece is in excellent condition. It’s expected to go for a whopping £15,000-20,000 at auction.
9. A Police Bike driven by the Terminator
From Terminator 2: Judgement day, driven by the T-1000, this SFX vehicle is a modified Kawasaki 1000cc police motorcycle that was used during the stunt sequence in which the T-1000 launches himself out of the Cyberdyne building and lands on a helicopter. This modified motorcycle still includes a steel aircraft cable and large pipe hole in the back of the vehicle where it was previously installed on a ram to fly through the air.
Listed on the Propstore.
10. A Jurassic Park Rain Jacket
An original Yellow Rain Jacket used in the making of Steven Spielberg’s 1993 sci-fi dinosaur blockbuster, Jurassic Park.
Never feel depressed when it starts raining again. It’s expected to go for $1995 on Propstore.