The Invisible, Victor Newton's "Hey Annie" Airplane

original movie prop

This item was used in the movie "The Invisible" in 2007. Victor Newton was played by Alex Ferris in the movie. This item is an “E-Starter” trainer aircraft that is white with red and blue lines. The words “Hey Annie” are written in permanent marker on the top of the wings by Justin Chatwin. The flying weight of this airplane is 13oz and its radio required, but it was not included with the airplane. This airplane was heavily screen used and shows signs of damage from the actual filming in some places and you can also see where the filmmakers made some repairs.
This airplane can be seen twice during the span of the movie, once during the middle and once during the end of the film. This airplane plays a key role in the film and was the only one used during filming. At the middle of the movie Annie gives a heart-felt talk to her brother about how she has to leave him for awhile and that she will someday take him to the park to fly his airplane. Nick watches in disbelief over the moment that transpires between the two of them. At the end of the movie Annie’s younger brother is flying this remote controlled plane when Nick shows up to spend time with him. They write a message for Annie on the wing of the plane, and stand together as the plane flies high over the landscape in remembrance of Annie’s life. This item was originally purchased through an Ebay auction and the COA is through Premiere Props. "How do you solve a murder when the victim is you?”
prop: collector:
category: original / screen-used
type: movie props
coa issued by: Premiere Props (2177)
original (2175)  |  replica (2)
movie: The Invisible (2007)
  • send "Start2Fly" a message *
  • add this item to your favorites*
comment(s) add*
no comments yet!
* registered yourprops.com members only
** The content of this listing is the sole responsibility of Start2Fly. Yourprops.com, its owners, agents and assigns assume no liability.

Leave a comment

"Please note that yourprops.com is not a store. Any comments offering to buy an item will be deleted."