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A set of reference photographs used in the production of the Star Wars trilogy. Acquired from the collection of esteemed special effects artist Stuart Freeborn, these photographs formed part of a larger archive filled with references detailing the various creatures created for the Star Wars trilogy.
These photographs shows a puppet for the alien Loje Nella, also known as "Toadstool Terror" on set , a creature seen in Jabba's palace when Leia is revealed to have released Han from his Carbonite prison. The puppet is presented on a black wooden base in the stills, which show the mask from the front, right side and rear. A label marked "41" on a red circle: signifying Return of the Jedi in their labelling system for the photographs: is sat at the bottom of the base. Interestingly, this version of Loje Nella has none of the moss and dressing seen on the final puppet.
Three photographs in total, the set remains in very good condition and are supplied in their original plastic storage wallet. Each photograph measures 11 cm x 8.5cm (4.5" x 3.5").
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Item size - 10.63" x 9.06" x 0.12" (27cm x 23cm x 0.3cm)
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.