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William Tuttle Lifecasts still exist?


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Does anyone know what became of the lifecasts that make-up pioneer William Tuttle made during his years at MGM? He made casts of just about everyone. Did they make it to a museum? Or did they get split up and are in the hands of private collectors? I remember seeing a documentary on him called "King of the duplicators" or something like that, where he shows his technique for lifecasting by doing a live-on-camera demonstration. My favorites are his Anne Francis and Elizabeth Allen casts for "The Twilight Zone" episode "The After Hours" where they became mannequins.

Just wondering what became of his wonderful collection.
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