Coraline, "Angusl IX" Taxidermied Dog Puppet

original movie prop

An adventurous girl finds another world that is a strangely idealized version of her frustrating home but it has sinister secrets.  This is a screen-used "Angus IX" Taxidermied dog puppet from the 2009 Laika stop motion film, Coraline. Based on Neil Gainman’s 2002 novel of the same name,  Miss April Spink and Miss Miriam Forcible respectively, a pair of retired burlesque actresses that also stay in the same “Pink Palace” apartment complex as Coraline,  own several Scottish Terriers (including the stuffed remains of their dead ones). This Angus IX Scotty angel dog puppet can be seen when Coraline visits the two actresses and Coraline sees the taxidermied terriers on display. Constructed of superior detail, the poor terrier measure 4 1/4” tall and made of foam with a resin harp, wings made of gold paper and wears a gold trimmed sweater of white yarn. 

prop: collector:
category: original / screen-used
type: movie props
movie: Coraline (2009)
original (14)  |  replica (1)
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