Details about NIM'S ISLAND (ABIGAIL BRESLIN) BROWN & WHITE LONG SLEEVE BUTTON UP SHIRT HERONIM'S ISLAND (ABIGAIL BRESLIN) BROWN & WHITE LONG SLEEVE BUTTON UP SHIRT HERO See original listing
Jan 31, 2014 18:04:22 PST
North Hollywood, California, United States
NIM'S ISLAND (ABIGAIL BRESLIN) BROWN & WHITE LONG SLEEVE BUTTON UP SHIRT HERO
Condition: Used in during the making of the movie, Nim's Island.
THESE ITEMS ARE 100% AUTHENTIC GENUINE PROPS USED BY THE MOVIE PRODUCTION CAST AND CREW. NOT A REPRODUCTION OR COPY.
Brown and White Check Pattern Long Sleeve Shirt. Other outfit pieces available. Original wardrobe worn on screen by Abigail Breslin as Nim Rusoe, during the filming of the movie, Nim's Island.
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HERO: A type of prop or wardrobe that is regarded as the type of highest and best use; often attributed to use by the star or a principal of the production as well as close-up shots. 1) The “hero” prop is not the “stunt” version or “special fx” version, or any other special/specific use version of the prop; 2) the “hero” version of the prop is frequently the most highly detailed and/or functional and is usually (though not always) made of superior materials (i.e. metal vs. rubber or resin) and of a higher quality of workmanship; 3) the “hero” version of the prop is frequently intended for use in close-up shots and/or publicity material; 4) the “hero” version of the prop is frequently used by the star/lead of the film; 5) with regard to firearms, the “hero” version of the prop is frequently live fire or blank fire; 6) in terms of collecting, “hero” props command a premium in price due to rarity and demand.