Unlimited Run Maltese Falcon

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Aldo The Apache

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I think I need to get my eyes checked.... or I have seen WAAAAAAAY to much Star Wars on the site lately.

I was browsing and saw the sales thread title and thought, "ha.... Oz is now making Millennium Falcons?" :lol
Even though Star Wars is awesome, there’s is to much of it here.
That’s fine obviously, but I totally agree with you.


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Joe310blk

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How many pounds are the Hot Bronze castings, I'm looking for the original weight from the movie version roughly 47lbs
 

Ozymandius

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How many pounds are the Hot Bronze castings, I'm looking for the original weight from the movie version roughly 47lbs
I won't know the exact weight until the first sample is poured.

But there was never a 47lb version on set. That's a myth. Bogart's personal assistant handled both versions herself and attested that the heavy one was around 18lbs and that Bogart, as slight as he was, could never have handled it if it were nearly 50 lbs.

And as a former Special FX and prop guy, I can tell you that no one in their right mind would ever hand an actor something that heavy and dangerous. Just the 18lb version will shatter bones if you drop it on your foot. That's why we have a saying in the industry "Hand an actor a prop, watch him hurt himself."
 

Joe310blk

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It's not what I read , but your correct , no person carried an object that heavy on the set since there were a few stunt props made. I have one from Haunted studio, a solid lead filled polyurethane resin casting of 30 pounds version but interested in Bronze at this time, many thanks!
 

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MCINTOSH275

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It's not what I read , but your correct , no person carried an object that heavy on the set since there were a few stunt props made. I have one from Haunted studio, a solid lead filled polyurethane resin casting of 30 pounds version but interested in Bronze at this time, many thanks!
If you can buy the Ozymandius, i have one of 18lbs and it is a real wonder, the best in the market..
 

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