Posts by category: Live Auction 2019

ENTERTAINMENT MEMORABILIA LIVE AUCTION 2019 | FINAL ROUND UP

Movies are getting bigger. Just look at Marvel Studios’ gargantuan, spectacular Avengers Endgame, which took almost $3 billion worldwide, making it the biggest movie of all time (so far).

Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction 2019 | FEATURED LOTS

This year, Prop Store is launching its biggest-ever Entertainment and Memorabilia Live Auction, with no fewer than 900 cinematic and TV artefacts going under the hammer on 30 September and 1 October. That is a colossal treasure hoard, impressive enough to make even Smaug the Mighty jealous.

Stormtrooper | The Evolution Of A Helmet

When we first ever saw them bursting through the breach, laser rifles blazing, at the opening of Star Wars, the Imperial Stormtroopers made a huge impression, leaving an indelible mark on popular culture.

10 Things You Need To Know about the Jurassic Park Series

With so many dino-licious items among Prop Store’s Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction lots this year, we decided to delve into a quarter-century of Jurassic Park movies.

 

Alien Lifeforms | An Interview with SFX Legend Roger Dicken

In this year’s 2019 Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction, we’ve had the amazing opportunity to get up close and personal with one of movie history’s greatest creatures – The Facehugger.

Villain Weapons | TOOLS OF THE TRADE

When it comes to manufacturing scares, the horror genre has many tools in its box. Some of which are literal tools.

 

Batman Villains | The Very Unusual Suspects

With such a trove of Batman-related items in Prop Store’s EMLA this year, we round up our favourite Gotham City villains, as seen on the big screen…

 

The Peculiar Legal Case Of Carry On Cleo

The original Carry On series of films encompassed an impressive span of 31 films from 1958 to 1992. The hallmark of the film series was to poke fun at national institutions such as the NHS, but there was also a strong focus on parodying film genres too. The mood of the films were light-hearted, irreverent and humorous and though not what you would class as high-art’, the Carry On films were generally very successful.

As with anything that involves satire, there were a number of controversies throughout the film series’ run, but none so peculiar as the legal case that sprung up around the poster for Carry On Cleo (1965)…