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Jaws 19 Original Screen-Used Painting by Tim Flattery for Back to the Future 2

Original screen-used artwork by Tim Flattery, who also designed the custom futuristic vehicles from Back to the Future 2, and featuring a poster design for Jaws 19 accomplished in tempera, acrylic and airbrush with director credit and tagline in vinyl letters. This original artwork hung outside the Holomax theater next to the door. An inside joke shows the director as Max Spielberg, son of Steven Spielberg. Artwork measures 18 in. x 26 in. on 22 in. x 28 ¾ in. illustration board. Signed by the artist “Flattery ‘88” at the lower right.

In the film, on passing the Holomax Theater on arriving Hill Valley in October 2015, Marty McFly was 'swallowed' by a gigantic holographic image of the title character created by the building's exterior. Despite this, he still thought the shark looked fake!

Jaws 19 was the holofilm playing at the Holomax Theater. Apparently critics thought it "lacked the bite" of its 18 predecessors, and rated it low. An article reviewing the movie, which was titled JAWS WITHOUT A BITE, was billed on the front page of the October 22, 2015 issue of USA Today as appearing in Section D.

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Inventory number : 641