Explosive Strips and Spanner

Stock #101773

”This is it? Whatever happened to money? I mean where is the good old-fashioned loot?”

Production-used prop explosive strips and a spanner from the 1999 Jon Amiel crime thriller Entrapment.

Insurance investigator Virginia "Gin" Baker (Catherine Zeta-Jones), looking into a stolen Rembrandt painting, suspects that accomplished thief Robert "Mac" MacDougal (Sean Connery) is responsible. She decides to go undercover and help Mac steal an ancient artefact. When a suspicious Mac confronts Gin about her real intentions, she claims that she is, in fact, a thief and that the insurance job is a cover. To prove it, she proposes a new target that could net them $8 billion.

The explosive strips and spanner are part of MacDougal’s kit and he uses them in several scenes. The explosive strips are made of red foam rubber, with “CORBOLITE 12” printer in yellow down the side. The spanner is made of lightweight resin, painted silver. Some of the paint has worn away on the spanner and the red foam rubber shows signs of age and deterioration but nonetheless this item remains in very good production-used condition.

Materials: Foam Rubber, Resin.

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

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