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"Tell me about this miserable little diary of yours. The book is useless and yet you come all the way back to Berlin to get it. Why?"
A framed, production-used storyboard signed by producer Robert Watts from Steven Spielberg's 1989 classic adventure film, Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade.
It's 1938 and Indiana Jones' (Harrison Ford) father, Henry Jones, Sr. (Sean Connery), has gone missing while on the pursuit of the Holy Grail. Indy finds himself going up against the Nazis once again to stop them from obtaining its power.
Pages such as this were integral to the creation of the movie and enabled the team to visualise each shot early on. The page has been signed by blue marker pen by Robert Watts, who produced the film, as well as Who Framed Roger Rabbit and was an associate producer on the original Star Wars trilogy.
This illustration shows a close-up image of officer Vogel (Michael Byrne) with a fierce expression on his face during one of the films most iconic scenes " the Nazi tank chase. Printed on white A4 paper, the production used copy features a brief description underneath the image, is labelled as Tank 69A and is dated 3/30/88. It has been stamped 'Tank 009' in red and hole punched at the top showing that these would have been held together in sequence.
The storyboard comes presented in a custom-built display with laser cut mount board featuring the movie title and brief description. It is in excellent condition.
Materials: Wood, Acrylic, Paper, Card, Ferrous Metals.
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This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.