A signed, framed, storyboard copy used in the production of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. This page features a close-up illustration of the Millennium Falcon following an Imperial Star Destroyer against a starry backdrop. It depicts the view through the Falcon’s windshield, with the Star Destroyer moving away from the Falcon trailing debris. The storyboard is signed by visual effects supervisor Brian Johnson, who would go on to win an Oscar for his contribution to the film, and Dave Prowse who played Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy. It is also stamped “BRIAN JOHNSON - SPECIAL/VISUAL FX – ELSTREE STUDIOS/ILM SAN RAFAEL”.
The production used copy has printed notes beneath the illustration reading, “INT. MILLENNIUM FALCON – POV – STARDESTROYER – JUNK / INT. FALCON POV – Whole Stardestroyer moving away from us fast, trailing junk. Stars move top to bottom.” It is scene numbered ‘338AP’, shot numbered ‘SP6’ and is page number ‘322’. Printed on faded orange US Legal-sized paper, the page is hole-punched at the top, indicating that it would have been held together in sequence with the rest of the storyboard pages. It comes framed in a custom built display with laser-cut mount board etched with the iconic movie title.
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Item size - 14.96" x
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