These are actual screen used matching props used in the film!!! Please see condtion/ look below for details. If you are a fan of the movie then you know this is the best action sequence in the film and by far the best monster/enemy they come across. Stuff like this doesnt come around very often. These props never had fuull bodies attached.
These were just the head puppets used shortly after willow zaps one of the rolls with his wand which turns it into a ball of goo. The dragons burst out of the wall (picture included) then he kicks it into the castle mote which causes all hell to break loose. COA INCLUDED FROM PROP HOUSE. Copied from item condition section below.
The heads which are basically the the whole prop are in good condition. The acrylic case has some scuffs and a couple cracks. The puppet heads needs to be trimmed down to straight lines (same with the necks) so they can be attached together making one whole piece on each side (simple job). Other than that its an AMAZING PIECE!!! The controls need to be reattached and will open and close the monsters mouth and movie heads.Baby Eborsisk puppet heads from Ron Howard's fantasy adventure Willow. Willow Ufgood (Warwick Davis) turned a troll into an Eborsisk dragon hatchling - named for film critics Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel - by enchanting it with Cherlindrea's (Maria Holvoe) wand.
This lot comes from visual effects artist Phil Tippett, who created the puppets that stop-motion animated the dragon. It features two monstrous foam heads painted pink with bared white teeth mounted onto wooden and metallic puppeteering rods inside an acrylic display case paneled with LED lights. They exhibit splitting in their necks due to the foam's extreme fragility from age as well as a missing piece, and should be handled with caution.
Dimensions: 16" x 16" x 33 (40.75 cm x 40.75 cm x 84 cm). IT WILL MORE THAN LIKELY COME DOWN. PLEASE CONTACT ME ABOUT THIS.