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BATMAN (1989) - Production-Made Batman (Michael Keaton) Cowl - A Batman (Michael Keaton) cowl from...

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BATMAN (1989) - Production-Made Batman (Michael Keaton) Cowl - A Batman (Michael Keaton) cowl from the production of Tim Burton's Batman. Bruce Wayne wore his signature cowl throughout the film, donning it whenever he fought crime on the streets of Gotham City as Batman, including when he ultimately defeated the villainous Joker (Jack Nicholson). Conceived by costume designer Bob Ringwood and sculpted specifically for Keaton by Vin Burnham, this style of cowl was worn by the Caped Crusader throughout the film, with this particular lot made by production but ultimately never completed. It is made of black foam rubber and features sculpted-in detailing around the eyes, eyebrows, nose, and chest, as well as Batman's trademark bat "ears" on top. As designed by Ringwood, the bottom edges of this cowl feature distinctive soft prongs meant to attach seamlessly to the cape with makeup glue to create the illusion of a one-piece Batsuit. The cowl comes mounted to a gray fiberglass bust for display and preservation. It exhibits rough edges, cracks in the foam along the ears, and pitting from the molding process. Dimensions: 20" x 9.5" x 22.5" (51 cm x 24.25 cm x 57.25 cm) Estimate: $10,000 - 20,000 Bidding for this lot will end on Tuesday, March 12th. The auction will begin at 9:00AM PDT and lots are sold sequentially via live auctioneer; tune in to the live streaming broadcast on auction day to follow the pace. Note other lots in the auction may close on Wednesday, March 13th or Thursday, March 14th.

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BATMAN (1989) - Production-Made Batman (Michael Keaton) Cowl - A Batman (Michael Keaton) cowl from the production of Tim Burton's Batman. Bruce Wayne wore his signature cowl throughout the film, donning it whenever he fought crime on the streets of Gotham City as Batman, including when he ultimately defeated the villainous Joker (Jack Nicholson). Conceived by costume designer Bob Ringwood and sculpted specifically for Keaton by Vin Burnham, this style of cowl was worn by the Caped Crusader throughout the film, with this particular lot made by production but ultimately never completed. It is made of black foam rubber and features sculpted-in detailing around the eyes, eyebrows, nose, and chest, as well as Batman's trademark bat "ears" on top. As designed by Ringwood, the bottom edges of this cowl feature distinctive soft prongs meant to attach seamlessly to the cape with makeup glue to create the illusion of a one-piece Batsuit. The cowl comes mounted to a gray fiberglass bust for display and preservation. It exhibits rough edges, cracks in the foam along the ears, and pitting from the molding process. Dimensions: 20" x 9.5" x 22.5" (51 cm x 24.25 cm x 57.25 cm) Estimate: $10,000 - 20,000 Bidding for this lot will end on Tuesday, March 12th. The auction will begin at 9:00AM PDT and lots are sold sequentially via live auctioneer; tune in to the live streaming broadcast on auction day to follow the pace. Note other lots in the auction may close on Wednesday, March 13th or Thursday, March 14th.

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