- Cat No.
- 25 1/4" W x 19 1/4" H x 2 1/2" D (64 cm H x 49 cm W x 6 cm D ).
- Additional Information
- Bruce Lee made an incredible impression on American pop-culture during the life of 'The Green Hornet' TV series, and his character, Kato, was even more popular with viewers than the scripted lead-hero played by Van Williams.
The Green Hornet 'Beautiful Dreamer' Shadowbox Display
A stunning and entirely unique shadowbox presentation celebrating Bruce Lee’s cult TV series, The Green Hornet (1966-1967).The shadowbox features an original production-used teleplay of “Beautiful Dreamer” (Episodes 7 and 8), a two-parter written by Ken Pettus and Lorenzo Semple Jr. and first aired on October 21st, 1966. it is coupled with a beautiful high resolution black and white photograph of Bruce Lee reading his personal copy of the 'Beautiful Dreamer' teleplay. The set is presented in a designer frame crafted from premium conservation materials and covered with extruded acrylic. The shadowbox has been cut and lined by hand.
The teleplay is dated April 25th, 1966, and comes in its original powder-blue studio printed wraps (top right-hand corner removed). It has been covered with a sky-blue overwrap and secured in a bespoke perspex clip-mount and backing-plate. Both the clip-mount and the hinged facia have quick-release mechanisms to allow easy access to the script.
This timeless 10 x 8 in. “Bruce Lee" image has been printed on high-quality photo stock for maximum reproduction quality.
This one-of-a-kind shadowbox presentation comes from a prestigious European private collection and remains in pristine condition. Script comes with a C.O.A.