Coraline

Beldam (Teri Hatcher) Half Puppet Face

Stock #113994

A Beldam (Teri Hatcher) puppet face with red lipstick made for the production of Henry Selick’s 2009 stop-motion film Coraline. In the film, a young girl finds a secret world that appears to be an idealized version of her own life, but this perfect world begins to unravel as Coraline discovers its dark secrets.

Puppet heads produced by the innovative stop-motion production company Laika Studios used 3D printing to create two-piece puppet heads made out of resin and able to connect to other pieces via two small magnets. This puppet head is made from is painted in detail and consists of one piece with magnets on the backsides -- a feature that allowed expressions to be easily changed on a puppet head during the process of stop-motion capture. Showing some signs of wear this piece is in overall great condition.

Item size - 1" x 1.5" x 1" (2.54cm x 3.81cm x 2.54cm)

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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