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Unless otherwise noted, only ONE each of these items was created and used for filming!  You are guaranteed to possess the actual prop seen on screen!

Pricing listed for each prop is for U.S. customers only… and shipping is free!  If you wish to purchase a prop and have it shipped outside of the United States, please email props@wickedpixel.com, specify the prop(s) you wish to buy and to where you’d like them shipped.  You will receive a quote for non-U.S. shipping charges as well as special ordering instructions.

Please allow 2 to 3 weeks for delivery.

 DEADWOOD PARK

The Buried Chest

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This is practically one of the stars of DEADWOOD PARK.  Heavily featured in numerous sequences, this is the chest the evil is buried in.  The chest is buried in the opening pre-credits sequence.  It is later discovered, dug up, and broken open… chaos ensues!  (Side note:  This prop can be glimpsed in the film SAVAGE HARVEST 2: OCTOBER BLOOD as well.)

$2,325


Haunted Rail Line “Passengers Go Back” Sign

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This sign appears in the amusement park train tunnel sequence.

$1,275


“Phantom Rail Line” Sign

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This sign appears in the amusement park train tunnel sequence.

$1,275


 Amusement Park “Attraction Closed” Sign

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This sign appears in the amusement park train tunnel sequence.

$1,275


Gas Lantern

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The gas lanterns used by Jake and Olivia are two of the most heavily featured props in the film.  They are in numerous scenes in Jake’s house, the woods near the church, the church sanctuary, and the church basement where the climactic battle takes place.  One of the first decisions director / cinematographer Eric Stanze made about the look of DEADWOOD PARK was that whenever these gas lanterns were on screen, as often as possible, they would be the only light source.  So, in addition to being star props, they are the primary or sole lights used in some of DEADWOOD PARK’s most compelling shots.  Price is for one gas lantern.  Note, due to shipping regulations, the gas cylinder base that fuels the lantern is NOT included.

$250

(Quantity Available: 2)


The Reverend’s Bible

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This is the aged, weathered Bible prop, discovered by Jake and Olivia in the crumbling amusement park.

$300


Ghost Children’s Drawings

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These are the children’s drawings Jake discovers at the old French Village Drive In Theater.  Price is for all the drawings created for the film.

$250


Vintage Tape Recorder And FBI Interview Cassette Tape

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Heavily featured in DEADWOOD PARK, this is the audio cassette player/recorder used by Jake and Olivia when they listen to the FBI interrogation of Harold Evrett.  The player/recorder comes with the FBI cassette tape seen in the movie.

$250


Scarecrow Head

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This spooky scarecrow head introduces the 1945 flashback sequence.

$250


“Phantoms” Book

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This is the prop book titled “Phantoms” purchased and read by William Clifton as Jake.  The book comes with the prop bookstore receipt, which is also seen in the movie.

$100


Police Evidence Box

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This is the Harold Evrett evidence box seen when Jake and Olivia dig into the police investigation surrounding the child murders.

$40


World War II Medical Supplies – 6 Pieces

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These medical supply props were created to look exactly like they’re from the Second World War battlefront.  These were used in shooting the aid station and field hospital sequences.

$40

(Quantity Available: 2)


World War II Medical Supplies – 4 Pieces

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These medical supply props were created to look exactly like they’re from the Second World War battlefront.  These were used in shooting the aid station and field hospital sequences.

$30


Amusement Park Boat Rental Ticket

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These were standby paddle-boat rental tickets, on set as backup for the scene in which Jake discovers the boat rental ticket in the bathtub.  Only fifteen of these tickets were printed and aged (to varying degrees) for use in this scene (some tickets aged heavily, some not aged at all).  Unknown are the whereabouts of the ticket actually used in the scene – however, the fourteen backup tickets are available.  Price is for one ticket.

$15

(Quantity Available: 14)


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