Posts by tag: Indiana Jones

Prop Store Live Auction 2017 Presents… Movie Legends

Welcome to the next instalment of our weekly Preview Blogs for the Prop Store 2017 Live Auction. Today’s topic is ‘Movie Legends’, and we will be focusing on five of the biggest movie stars, ranging from the urbane Roger Moore and the masterful Al Pacino, through to some of the top action heroes of all time (Harrison Ford, Tom Cruise and Arnold Schwarzenegger)…

Prop Store Live Auction 2017 Presents… Movie Artwork

Welcome to the week three of our Preview Blogs for the upcoming Prop Store 2017 Live Auction.  Today’s theme is Movie Artwork. From conceptual sketches to full paintings, let’s take a look at some of our favourite pieces coming up in this year’s auction…

Prop Store Live Auction 2016 Presents… 80s Classics

Welcome to this week’s preview to our Prop Store Live Auction on 27th September 2016. This week’s ‘theme’ is a decade that holds fond cinematic memories for so many of us – the 80s…

Prop Store Collections Presents Ark Of The Covenant Ghost

Welcome to our continuing series of collections blogs as Prop Store’s team digs into the archives and unearths some amazing items. We talk about the film, explore the history of the prop or costume and explain why we love it so much. In this entry, a terrifying guardian of an ancient relic that brings death to (almost) all who find it…

Prop Store Staff Picks: Brian Cordoba’s Favourite Props

Our LA Copywriter Brian takes a moment to tell us about his favourite props and costumes from the Prop Store website…

Star Wars: The Prequel Trilogy – On Location in Tunisia

In the summer of 2001 Prop Store team member Brandon Alinger traveled to Tunisia in search of the original filming locations for Star Wars: ANH, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and the Star Wars prequels. Seventeen-year-old Brandon managed to convince his parents the trip would make an ideal family vacation, and spent a week traveling the country and seeing the Star Wars sites. While many fans have visited the Tunisian locations over the years, at that point there had only been a handful of visitors and information was scarce. Gus Lopez had a website dedicated to Star Wars locations, and Jeremy Beckett had produced a guidebook which covered many of the sites.