We’ve already reported on two special The Terminator (1984) items which will be part of the Prop Store auction taking place in London at BFI IMAX.
If you are going to participate in the Prop Store Live Auction; we have a contest for you to win yourself a $250 voucher to give you some extra bidding power. We are enjoying reading your entries about what Terminator fan dream items you want to win at Auction.
So, without further ado let’s take a look at those Terminator 2: Judgment Day items hitting the Prop Store Live Auction on September 20th!
537. Revised Production Script and Eight Production Binders Ω – TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (1991)
A revised production script and eight production binders from James Cameron’s sci-fi action sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Bound with three brads, the revised draft script is dated “July 18, 1990”, with each page featuring production-tracking stamps that read “T20099” and “Property of Lightstorm Entertainment, Inc. Not for Duplication”. The script comprises 124 US letter pages and includes handwritten annotations on the first six pages.
Additionally, this lot includes eight production binders, which contain printed concept artwork, printed storyboards, rough hand-drawn sketches, calendars, scene breakdowns, shooting schedules, production slides, memos, invoices, faxes and other production documentation. The binders
and their contents remain in good condition.
Dimensions (combined): 35.5 cm x 51 cm x 30.5 cm (14” x 20” x 12”)
538. Sarah Connor’s (Linda Hamilton) Jacket Ω – TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (1991)
Sarah Connor’s (Linda Hamilton) jacket from James Cameron’s sci-fi action sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Sarah took this jacket from Chet’s Auto Shop, a temporary hideout, after being rescued from Pescadero State Hospital. She also wore it later when she brought her son John (Edward Furlong) and the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) to retrieve her weapons stash from Enrique (Castulo Guerra). This jacket screen-matches to numerous scenes, including the one in which Sarah leaves Chet’s Auto Shop.
The jacket is made of faded blue denim, with tan corduroy collar and cuffs. The interior of the jacket shows stage blood from Sarah’s injury, inflicted by the T-1000 (Robert Patrick) in an elevator. The jacket was modified for the production, with the most of the buttons removed, and heavy beads stitched inside the bottom-right front hem to weigh it down. The item shows intentional distressing, but remains in very fine condition.
539. T-1000 (Robert Patrick) Bullet-Hit Appliances Ω – TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (1991)
T-1000 (Robert Patrick) bullet-hit appliances from James Cameron’s sci-fi action sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Made of liquid metal, the T-1000 was an advanced Terminator that could shapeshift into any solid form it touched. As it was made of a mimetic polyalloy, the T-1000 would display rippled impact hits whenever it was shot.
The lot consists of seven appliances. The bullet-hits are made of foam latex, with most shaped in circular layers with a ripple effect. The foam is painted in a metallic silver colour, and three of the bullet-hits are glued to Spandex material. The largest appliance consists of two overlapping bullet-hits that are melded together. The foam has become brittle on one of the bullets, and most show flaking to the paint; however, the set remains in good overall condition.
Dimensions (largest): 20 cm x 13 cm x 5 cm (8” x 5” x 2”); (smallest): 6 cm x 6 cm x 2.5 cm (2 ½” x 2 ¼” x 1”)
540. The Terminator’s (Arnold Schwarzenegger) Hero Rose Box Ω – TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (1991)
The Terminator’s (Arnold Schwarzenegger) hero rose box from James Cameron’s sci-fi action sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The Terminator hid his shotgun inside a box of roses when he tracked John Connor (Edward Furlong) to a local mall.
The piece consists of a modified gold-coloured present box with a sheet of clear plastic glued over a wavy viewing
hole, cut out to display the roses inside. The lid shows numerous wrinkles from being handled, which screenmatches the box to the scenes in which the Terminator carries it through the crowded mall. The roses feature
felt flower petals with plastic stems and leaves. The lot shows minor wear, but remains in very fine condition.
Dimensions: 76 cm x 13 cm x 9 cm (30” x 5” x 3 ½”)
541. T-1000 Bullet-Hit Shirt M – TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (1991)
The T-1000’s (Robert Patrick) bullet-hit shirt from James Cameron’s sci-fi action sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The T-1000 wore its police shirt during the asylum sequence as it chased The Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger), Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) and her son John (Edward Furlong), before transforming its arms into claws to hook onto their car. Throughout the sequence, The Terminator and Sarah shot him with their shotgun and pistol respectively, opening up holes in the T-1000’s liquid metal body. The film won numerous awards including Academy Awards® for Best Visual Effects and Best Make-Up.
Made from a polyester blend, the shirt is based on a navy blue police uniform, with an official label stitched to the bottom. Each sleeve tapers into a
fibreglass bar, ending in a claw. The costume would have been used when steel or rubber stunt versions weren’t required, and was for transitional sequences which occurred between those in which the T-1000 exited the hospital garage, was dragged by the car and shot by The Terminator over his shoulder.
The shirt fastens with six large, blue plastic buttons and features two pockets and epaulettes. Twelve foam-latex ‘bullet holes’ cover its front, with two large holes on the back. These are finished in fauxsilver paint, designed to replicate bullet hits on the T-1000’s liquid metal body. Age and production use are evident, including paint chips, minor stains and some deterioration of the foam latex. The right sleeve is partly torn at the elbow.
Dimensions (on stand): 35 cm x 60 cm x 162 cm (13¾” x 23 ¾” x 63 ¾”)
542. The Terminator’s (Arnold Schwarzenegger) BattleDamaged Leather Gloves with Endoskeleton Fingers Ω – TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (1991)
The Terminator’s (Arnold Schwarzenegger) battledamaged leather gloves with endoskeleton fingers from James Cameron’s sci-fi action sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The Terminator damaged his hands after he crashed into a steel mill at the climax of the film.
The gloves are made of black leather and feature urethane appliances stitched inside. Parts of the glove are distressed and torn by the production, to expose the appliances underneath, which resemble the Terminator’s bloody hands with robotic fingers. The gloves include foam hands to help them keep their shape. They show intentional wear, but remain in very fine condition.
Dimensions (each): 18 cm x 25 cm x 8 cm (7” x 9 ¾” x 3”)
543. The Terminator’s (Arnold Schwarzenegger) Battle-Damaged Chest Appliance Ω – TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (1991)
The Terminator’s (Arnold Schwarzenegger) battledamaged chest appliance from James Cameron’s sci-ﬁ action sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The Terminator sustained signiﬁcant damage to his body after the attack on Cyberdyne, and later when he confronted the T-1000 (Robert Patrick) at the steel mill.
Worn under the Terminator’s torn shirt, the appliance simulated damaged, bloody skin, with the T-800’s metal endoskeleton appearing beneath. The skin is made of foam latex and is distressed to appear charred, torn and bloody. Beneath the skin is a dense urethane endoskeleton, which is painted metallic silver and grey. The appliance is backed with black material that is attached to elastic bands for fastening to the actor. The foam-latex skin has become brittle around the edges of the appliance, but the piece remains in otherwise good condition.
Dimensions: 37 cm x 30 cm x 8 cm (14 ½” x 11 ¾” x 3”)
544. The Terminator’s (Arnold Schwarzenegger) Costume Ω – TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (1991)
The Terminator’s (Arnold Schwarzenegger) costume from James Cameron’s sci-ﬁ action sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The Terminator wore his signature costume throughout the ﬁlm after he stole it from a biker at a bar. This costume is distressed from the Terminator’s encounter with S.W.A.T. at Cyberdyne Systems near the end of the ﬁlm.
The costume is comprised of a custom-made black leather jacket, a matching pair of black artiﬁcial leather trousers with a leather belt, grey Hanes Beefy-T T-shirt, marked size extra-large, a bandolier and a pair of motorcycle boots, marked size 12. The leather zip-up jacket is distressed to look hard-worn, riddled with bullet holes sustained from the attack on Cyberdyne, and scratches to the leather. The interior lining shows production incisions to insert squibs for FX shots. Worn under the jacket is a grey T-shirt which shows a large hole at the chest where an endoskeleton appliance would have been visible. The trousers close in front with a zipper and snap button, and display a hole at the rear that is covered in black tape. The HarleyDavidson boots appear to be a mismatched pair, are made of leather with varying style of rubber soles, and shows ‘A’ written inside one boot with silver marker. The bandolier is made of nylon with steel buckles, and includes 11 elastic slots for ammunition. The belt features ﬁve resin grenade rounds, which are painted bronze and silver, giving them the impression of being made of metal. Although faded on most, each grenade shows ‘PROJ M381’ printed on the central silver casing.
Accompanying the jacket is a pair of photographs and a signed letter of authenticity from Guns n’ Roses keyboardist, Dizzy Reed, who was gifted the jacket from Schwarzenegger after wrapping the shoot for the music video You Could Be Mine. The costume displays natural wear from use, with some additional corrosion to the buttons, buckles and zippers across the jacket. The trousers show minimal signs of wear, with minor delamination to the faux leather. The bandolier is distressed by the production with tears to the nylon and light paint to appear battle damaged. The lot shows intentional distressing but remains in very ﬁne condition.
545. Light-Up T-800 Terminator Endoskeleton – TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (1991)
A light-up T-800 Terminator endoskeleton from James Cameron’s sci-ﬁ action sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Renowned for its groundbreaking visual eﬀects, Terminator 2 combined both practical and newly pioneered digital effects to set the new standard for action blockbusters, garnering numerous Academy Awards® for its technical achievements. The endoskeleton was created by Cameron’s long-time collaborator, Stan Winston Studio. The Terminator 2 Endoskeletons were actively rebuilt during production and after production of the film; some pieces were harvested for use in the theme park attraction T2:3D and for other related needs. For this reason, few if any of the original Endoskeletons built for the film are in their exact original condition today. The Endoskeleton offered here incorporates components potentially made by Winston after Terminator 2 production; the head of the piece exhibits a notably different plating finish to the body and may be from T2:3D. Building from the original film’s Terminator design, the studio was tasked with creating numerous endoskeletons for the sequel’s future-war opening sequence, including both cable-controlled puppets and static Endoskeletons.
This Endoskeleton is largely made of chrome-plated two-part resin, with an internal support armature which is found in the torso and engineered into some of the limbs, such as the lower legs. Most of the joints on the piece are practical, including the shoulders, elbows and knees. These pivot points and their accompanying functional compression rods and dummy pistons allow the figure to be poseable, to a degree. One of the fingers on the piece is soft urethane; all other components are rigid resin. The piece is finished with additional dressing, such as real-world pressure hoses and hose fittings that contribute to its realistic appearance.
The T-800 Terminator Endoskeleton is the signature piece for one of the most beloved science-fiction franchises in cinema. The Endoskeleton has undergone minor cosmetic restoration and has been securely mounted to a base for display purposes. Due to the intricate nature of the piece, it remains delicate. The eyes have been restored to function with LED lights, as the original bulbs have since been removed, and are wired to turn on via a hidden switch. Showing some wear due to use and age, with mended breaks to the resin, the Terminator Endoskeleton remains in fine condition. This Endoskeleton is showcased in the book Terminator Vault by Ian Nathan.
Dimensions: 63.5 cm x 28 cm x 190.5 cm (25” x 11” x 75”)
This item contains electronic components. While every effort has been made to describe them accurately, no guarantee or warranty is made as to the functionality, lifespan or safety of those components. It is entirely incumbent on the new owner to satisfy themselves as to their safe use and maintenance.
Word has it that the lucky buyer/winning bidder of the life-size Endoskeleton may also get this huge banner poster that is currently on display at the BFI IMAX in London…
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