The Crow - Brandon Lee - Colour Storyboard Collection 2

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    A vivid collection of four large-format storyboards from Alex Proyas' cult gothic-horror, 'The Crow (1994), starring Brandon Lee. This set features the iconic shot of Eric Draven standing in front of  the broken circular window of his loft apartment, on Devil's Night, in Detroit. A complimentary board features the striking interior of the apartment rendered in purple and black tones. 

    A showcase board features gangland boss, Top Dollar (Michael Wincott), in his boardroom with his nefarious accomplices, and the final artwork shows the police precinct with the squad car outside. 

    This set of four printed artworks originated with production secretary Cindy J. Gray. They are all numbered. Others feature the printed signatures of their artists, including celebrated illustrator, Peter Pound. They exhibit some staining, edge wear, and crease lines throughout but are in good production-used condition overall and are perfect for framing.

    Dimensions (each): 42 cm x 30 cm (16.5" x 11.75")

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      Dimensions (each): 42 cm x 30 cm (16.5" x 11.75")

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      James O'Barr conceived the source material that would eventually become 'The Crow' following the tragic death of his fiancée at the hands of a drunken driver. The emotional parallels between the fictional story and the real world events on which it is based are very powerful for the many devoted fans of the movie - particularly given the unexpected and heartbreaking death of Brandon Lee during the film's production.

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