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JIMMY FALCO

CREATOR

JIMMY FALCO

PRODUCER

JIMMY FALCO

FINISHER

NIKOS DRESIOS

PARTNER

DETAILED INFO

COME BACK SOON
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PARTNERED ARTIST

10/31

NAME OF MASK

MASK SPECS

AVAILABILITY

VAULTED

VERSION

1

SIZES

NO DATA

MEDIA

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PRUDCTION STATUS

STATUS

PRODUCTION
START

2019

PRODUCTION
END

2020

# OF COPIES

31

MYERSFAN20

ADMIN SUGGESTED

ADMIN SUGGESTED
ADMIN SUGGESTED

Jimmy Falco

PARTNERED ARTIST

Nikos Dresios

VERIFIED ARTIST

Original, The

This mask was derived from a Captain Kirk prototype "derived from the 1975 Captain Kirk mold by Don Post Studios." Currently owned and protected behind glass in Jimmy Falco's private collection, this prototype has an interesting history. In fact, the story begins sometime between the years of 1979 and 1982, when a cast was created from the original Captain Kirk mold. Immediately following the recast, small modifications were made to the ears, and outlines were then "sketched around the original Kirk eyes." Other than these modifications, the mask remained true to form.

This was project was conducted under the desire to release a mask following the popularity of the "Halloween" 1978 film. Due to lacking the needed rights to continue using the original Kirk, "The Mask" was put into production in 1985, and the prototype was never used.

The prototype used to make the "10/31" was owned by only a few. Specifically, DP employee Phil Griffin, Matt Post (son of Don Post), Eric Austin (HMA / Mask-Fest), and Kenny Dickerson. Kenny would move on to remolding to create two "rough castings off the original". One of these casts was stolen by a known scammer, Christian Kerr in a botched trade.

Thirteen years later, the proto casting was purchased from Christian by Jimmy Falco. The controversial information preceding this transaction went unknown to Falco for some time. Upon learning of these problems, Falco was sure to make right with the original owner, Kenny Dickerson. Following, the mask was used in creating the 10/31.

DATE UPLOADED
May 7, 2021, 11:01:17 PM
LAST UPDATED
November 20, 2021, 2:31:35 AM
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