Jackie Chan Inexpensive Screen Used Prop Pieces

By far, the most common question asked of me is “why are screen used props so expensive?“. Props especially those used by the stars of any production, are always the most sort after (read expensive) category of motion picture memorabilia. That’s not so say that owning a “piece” of a key film prop is out of reach and in fact can sometimes be acquired quite inexpensively. Just like these Jackie Chan inexpensive screen used prop swatch pieces!

Silks from Steel

I have a limited number of pieces (each piece approx 12″ x 12″) of Jackie Chan’s (special agent Lin Dong) screen used aerial silks from the action sci-fi movie Bleeding Steel (2017).

I was very fortunate to acquire the two aerial silks used in the “Opera House” stage fight sequence. Jackie Chan as Special Agent Lin Dong squares off with the “Woman in Black” (Tess Haubrich) and her henchmen. A terrific scene with Jackie doing some amazing stunt moves with these silks.

The offer is for a (at least) 12″ x 12″ (30cm x 30cm approx) piece of one of Jackie Chan’s screen used aerial silks from the movie. Check out this official Bleeding Steel trailer, which features Jackie using the silks (from 1.09).

Limited number 12″ x 12″ pieces

Please note: This fabric has a tendency to “curl” at the edge when cut, so each piece has been very generously cut to compensate, offering a good size piece to make an outstanding display.

As fans know, “Screen used” Jackie Chan film props are notoriously hard to find despite his massive body of work spanning the last fifty-eight years.

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How often do you get the chance to own an inexpensive screen used piece that’s central to one of Jackie Chan’s brilliant stunt sequences?

If you would like to take advantage of this offer for these “Jackie Chan Inexpensive Screen Used Prop Pieces” please check my ebay store. If there’s none available, message me and I’ll endeavour to prepare a few more.

I will keep one silk completely intact, which will remain as part of my own collection, so there is a very limited number of these pieces available.

The price (at the time of writing) is $32 (Australian dollars) plus shipping.


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