Posters and a Harry Houdini (Harvey Keitel) photo from Charles Sturridge 1997 family fantasy film “FairyTale: A True Story”.
In 1917, two children take a photograph, which is soon believed by some to be the first scientific evidence of the existence of fairies.
Posters were used as set decoration to advertise Houdini’s (Harvey Keitel) illusion shows and photographs of Houdini can be seen on his dressing room table at the theatre. The posters are paper, one has been stuck on card, and feature designs based on original late 1800s posters. The photograph is printed on thin card and depicts Harvey Keitel recreating Houdini’s famous handcuff trick.
The item shows minimal wear from production use. The posters have been printed in two pieces for aesthetic purposes, however, she show some wear on the edges and corners, the photo has lightly knocked corners and smudges. The item remains in an otherwise very good condition.
Item size - 17.72" x 13.78" x 0.2" (45cm x 35cm x 0.5cm)
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.