LAUGHTON LIFE MASK
FROM THE FACE OF LAUGHTON
LAUGHTON (1899- 1962 ) Laughton recieved his
training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. His first American
film was The old Dark House
(1932). Laughton got raves for The Devil
and the Deep (1932), Then won an Oscar for
Private Life of Henry VIII (1932). My favorite
is The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939). Towards the end or his body of work
,he and his wife Elsa Lanchester (Bride of Frankenstein) both got Oscar
nominations for Witness for the Prosecution (1958).
This mask is enhanced to create a very impressive display. The cast from
LAUGHTON'S face has sculpturally added ears, hair and eyebrows.
The finnished piece is cast in USG's Tuf-Cal gypsum cement, it is fiber
filled and has polymer additves to assure it will last forever.
This mask is finished in Silver Screen Silver, then rubbed with an Antiquing
overlay to bring out the detail. It is then sealed to preserve it. This
is a full scale 1 to 1 cast. Each mask comes with hanging instructions
and the screw.
WITH HER HEAD!!!!!!"
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