Drag Me to Hell

Animatronic Seance Goat

Stock #78068

An animatronic seance goat made for the production of Sam Raimi's horror film Drag Me to Hell. In the film, Christine Brown (Alison Lohman) holds a seance in order to rid her life of Lamia's curse. In this scene, a goat is brought to the seance so Lamia's spirit could be sent to the animal. An animatronic goat was used as faux animals can make filming over long periods of time easier for production.
This goat is made from foam latex and features white hair throughout. A set of acrylic eyes and teeth complete the look of this realistic creature. The goat is mounted to a wood base via a metal arm. Additionally, a rope is present around the goat's neck. A set of animatronic control cables emerge from the goat's back side. As the controls are not active, the goat's head rests in a down position. The functionality of the cables have not been tested. Finally, two hinges are present where horns would usually be placed on the head. A single detached resin horn is included with the goat.
This goat shows some signs of wear but remains in overall good condition.

Item size - 47" x 16" x 35" (119.38cm x 40.64cm x 88.9cm)

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

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