Yeah the table apperntly even had some detail on the backside that was never seen on film. They had the table on a rolling base behind a velvet rope with a security guard standing next to it the whole time at C4.BigBadDaddyVader said:Some full scale pieces were built including the full scale FX-6 medical droid and the operating table.
Hello Mike. Love this surface piece. Do you still have it and did you get it framed? I'm new to the forums and this piece is the reason I joined (only to discover how awesome this group is). Did you find it in any screen shots? I know I'm asking a lot of questions but i have a surface piece very close to this one with some information you may be interested in.Although I recently became am active participant in the prop collecting online community, my prop collection is currently limited to a single piece. It's a small 3" x 3" Death Star surface piece, which I acquired back in 1999:
At some point in the near future, I think I'm going to have a frame made by The Propstore of London in order to provide a better, more visually pleasing means of display for it.
Ok Mike, here goes:Welcome to the forums! I do still have it in my collection, but still haven't framed it. I can't say I've ever hunted for it in screen shots. Curious what the info you mentioned is.
Hi, I found recently (trying to authenticate my teeboo fur that don't match the color of screen: from black and white to brown and blond) a letter from stuart freeborn stating that he kept screen used fur : https://www.liveauctioneers.com/ite...noN5q_vTUy1zLaNXS5k9NFfRhpQmKnng68rL7RrWY0vl0Nice pieces! So the Chewbacca fur pieces are indeed screen used? I was just curious about the fur pieces they have such as the Wampa fur, Ewok fur, etc. are actually used on screen or just extra materials Freeborn gathered. I would imagine the costumes used would still be in one piece? Anyway they are cool regardless.