Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

Second Unit Clapperboard

Stock #131486

A second unit clapperboard from the production of Nicholas Meyer's science-fiction film Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. The second unit director, Steven C. Jaffe, and his crew used their clapperboard to synchronize sound and keep track of the various takes of the multiple shots they filmed.

This black-and-white clapperboard is made of wood, plastic, and metal, with magnets inserted into the wooden sections. It features black and green lettering that reads "2nd Unit STAR TREK VI DIRECTOR: STEVEN C. JAFFE CAMERA: JOHN FANTE DATE: 6.7.91 A CAM." Written in marker are the scene ("X70") and take ("4"), "36 FPS," and "MOS." On the back is a metal frame hook and several large pieces of white gaffer tape, including one that reads "B" in orange handwriting.

The clapperboard is in good overall condition with some signs of age and wear from production, including minor scuffs to the wood, as well as fading and scratching to the marker writing.

Item size - 9.5" x 11" x 1" (24.13cm x 27.94cm x 2.54cm)

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

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