- May 25th, 2022, 10:59 am#4970130
135. SFX Smoking Ghost Trap GHOSTBUSTERS II (1989)
A SFX Smoking ghost trap from Ivan Reitman's action-comedy sequel Ghostbusters II. Ghostbusters Peter Venkman (Bill Murray), Raymond Stantz (Dan Aykroyd), Egon Spengler (Harold Ramis), and Winston Zeddemore (Ernie Hudson) used traps to capture ghouls haunting New York. The ghost trap props made for Ghostbusters II were smaller and lighter weight than the first-film versions which were larger, heavier, and more challenging for the actors to work with, especially when worn on the belt.
This ghost trap consists of a resin-cast body that is adorned with aluminum plates,a handle and four practical wheels, a red plastic light fixture, a V clip at the bottom for mounting to the belt, a flippable switch on the top and a series of dummy switches and knobs on the sides. It is affixed on the top with two yellow striped pieces of caution tape as well as three smaller sections of fabric. These smaller pieces of fabric were soaked with a chemical which caused the trap to appear as though it was smoking; ghost traps were seen smoking at various points in the film. One of the switches activates a flashing red light by the handle while a rectangular bar-graph yellow light on the top of the trap also illuminates. It exhibits some paint chipping and wear on the decals throughout. Dimensions: 20" x 6" x 6" (51 cm x 15.25 cm x 15.25 cm)
Estimate: $50,000 - $70,000
136. Ray Stantz's (Dan Aykroyd) Costume GHOSTBUSTERS II (1989)
Ray Stantz's (Dan Aykroyd) costume from Ivan Reitman's action-comedy sequel Ghostbusters II. Stantz wore his jumpsuit throughout the film, from the initial reunion of the Ghostbusters, to their triumph over evil spirit Vigo the Carpathian (Wilhelm von Homberg).
Conceived by costume designer Gloria Gresham, this Flight Suits Ltd. jumpsuit is made of tan polycotton with a metal zip front, two breast pockets, two hip pockets, a pocket on the left arm, two thigh and shin pockets on each leg, a thin pouch on the left inner thigh, and four pen slots by the ankle. The waist and wrist cuffs are adjustable with fastening strips, and the ankle cuffs are adjustable with metal zips.
The jumpsuit also features Stantz's signature name patch in red text on a black background sewn onto the left breast, and a replica Ghostbusters logo patch added onto the right upper arm to complete the costume. "Dan Aykroyd" is hand-marked on the interior tag, and the collar is hand-marked "AYKROYD 1." The jumpsuit exhibits some staining and discoloration throughout.
Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000
137. Ray Stantz's (Dan Aykroyd) Utility Belt and Trap Holster GHOSTBUSTERS II (1989)
Ray Stantz's (Dan Aykroyd) utility belt and trap holster from Ivan Reitman's action-comedy sequel Ghostbusters II. Stantz wore his utility belt throughout the film, where he kept his ghost traps and other devices at the ready.
This beige cotton belt, labeled "DA" on the interior, features a metal clasp, a metal plate holster with a leather strap, and a second leather holster containing a plastic and foam rubber electronic greeblie addition with various wires attached to a metal clip. The belt exhibits wear on its holsters.
Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000
138. Set of Slimer Hands and Tongues GHOSTBUSTERS II (1989)
Two Slimer hands and four Slimer tongues from Ivan Reitman's supernatural comedy sequel Ghostbusters II. After they caught him in the first film, glutinous fan favorite ghost Slimer haunted the Ghostbusters' headquarters throughout the sequel.
This set consists of two hand-painted green, fabric-lined foam gloves with brown resin fingernails and four hollow foam tongues painted pink with faint blue veins and detailed, cast texturing. The foam exhibits cracking, chipping, and flaking throughout from production. Dimensions (hands): 21" x 4.5" x 2.5" (53.5 cm x 11.5 cm x 6.5 cm); (tongues): 13" x 6" x 1.5" (33.25 cm x 15.25 cm x 4 cm)
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000
139. Slimer's Jaw GHOSTBUSTERS II (1989)
Slimer's jaw from Ivan Reitman's sci-fi comedy Ghostbusters. Slimer, a glutinous green ghost haunted the Sedgewick Hotel and was the first ghost that the Ghostbusters ever caught. He quickly became a fan-favorite in the franchise. This heavily detailed mold of Slimer's jaw, likely built for one of the film's practical maquettes, features pink rubber gums inset with 13 jagged resin teeth painted white. One of the front teeth is broken, and it exhibits various scuffs to the paint from production use. Dimensions: 27" x 21" x 11" (68.75 cm x 53.5 cm x 28 cm)
Estimate: $10,000 - 15,000
771. Pair of Museum Model Miniature Columns GHOSTBUSTERS II (1989)
A pair of columns from a museum model miniature from Ivan Reitman's supernatural comedy sequel Ghostbusters II. In the film's finale, the Ghostbusters brought the Statue of Liberty to life to break through the roof of the slime-covered museum and defeat Vigo the Carpathian (Wilhelm von Homburg).
These two columns are constructed of plaster over wood cores with a detailed front side and an unfinished backside revealing the wood. The front of each column includes lines along the shaft simulating the divides of stacked stone blocks, a decorative base, and an elaborately sculpted capital. The columns exhibit scuffs, cracks, and previous repairs leaving glue marks. Dimensions: (each) 24.5" x 4" x 2.5"
Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000
772. Pair of VFX Animation Cels GHOSTBUSTERS II (1989)
A pair of VFX animation cels from the production of Ivan Reitman's action-comedy sequel Ghostbusters II. These large-scale prints were created by Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) to develop VFX animation for the Scoleri Brothers courtroom scene.
This lot contains two black-and-white plastic cels: one labeled "23" with Peter Venkman (Bill Murray) and Louis Tully (Rick Moranis) in the courtroom, and another labeled "72" with Venkman and Egon Spengler (Harold Ramis). Both exhibit some bent corners and light creasing from production and handling. Dimensions (each): 16.75" x 13.75" (42.75 cm x 35 cm)
Estimate: $400 - $600
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