Ghostface Killer (Dane Farwell) screen-used knife
Custom made rubber knife, painted to look like real metal, with movie blood still visible on mantle and blade, used throughout the movie by Dane Farwell as the primary man behind the mask of "Ghostface".
Knife is a custom modification of the "buck general 120" with a longer handle and a wider blade to have a larger impact on screen. The handle was made larger to make the end visible while in the hand of Ghostface, and the blade wider to make it more menacing. Differences are easily apparent when comparing them side by side (photo will be added shortly). Rubber, plastic, and aluminum knives were custom made for the film. A steel buck general 120 was brought in and dulled specifically for the scene where "Jill" can be seen cutting the tape from "Trevor" at the end of the film. Otherwise, custom knives were always used.
This particular knife was used by Ghostface primarily for close interaction with the actors, ie. stabbing, chasing, threatening, etc. Tape on the handle was applied to stop the knife from slipping out of Dane's hand during scenes involving heavy movie blood. It would not be visible while Ghostface held it.
This knife is in fantastic movie condition with expected wear and tear from filming. Paint from the blade has worn in some places but otherwise remains in excellent condition. Paint from the handle is especially worn caused by excessive friction from the glittery gloves of the ghostface costume. This knife saw lots of screen time!
This item, as is the case with all of our Scream 4 collectibles, was obtained direct from production. A COA from "The Horror Museum" will be provided stating that, and guaranteeing authenticity.
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The Horror Museum has been providing original props and costumes to the market for over 20 years. We are collectors ourselves so we only offer the very best and proven authentic collectibles to our customers, because that is what we want and expect from our movie prop dealers. Please feel free to contact us with any questions about this or any of our items.
NOTE: The last photo in this set is an actual set photo, simply to give you a better view of the longer handle and wider blade on the knives. In that photo, you can see them being prepped for usage on set, with studio blood ready for application