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Long green linen caftan-type costume with brown lapel vestments hanging down from each shoulder. Mid-section features intricate beadwork and tassels. Worn by one of the Fremen in the film.
Sold for $950, 29 July 2005 by Profiles in History
This is the one of a kind ceremonial robe that Kyle MacLachlan wore as the character "Paul Atreides" in the final scene of the film. It is a very thick and heavy, weighing about 17 pounds. Since part of the film was shot in Mexico, it was hand made by local artisans.
Interesting to note is that the futuriastic characters all the way around the robe spell out names backwards. It looks like some of the cast members names were emboridered into the robe when it was made.
Image used with kind permission of ScreenUsed, where you can buy the robe for $7,499.00.
Paul Atreides Uniform
This is the military uniform that Kyle MacLachlan wore as the character "Paul Atreides" throughout the first part of the film. The jacket is made of very dark green velvet with all of the design work either stitched on or embroidered into the jacket.
The pants are made of black cloth and have cloth ties at the bottom and suspenders attached. The belt is adjustable and has a metal hook buckle. The jacket has a label reading "PAUL", the pants have a label reading "K. MACLACHLAN", and the belt has a piece of tape labeled "26".
Image used with kind permission of ScreenUsed, where you can buy the uniform for $5,499.00
Screen-Used Authentic Guild Navigator Costume From Dune
Distinctive costume worn by one of the Guild Navigators in this memorable sequence of Dune. In the Dune universe, the mutated Guild Navigators use the spice drug mélange to successfully navigate “folded space.” This heavy garment is made of thickly padded polyester shell with heavy padded wool interior and bearing the Spacing Guild emblem on the upper left breast. It is hand-painted with faux spice stains at the collar, gloves and lower right by the film’s Costume Designer, Bob Ringwood. It exhibits minor fraying along the lower hem and the shoulders; otherwise, very nearly as screen-used.
Sold for $12,000 on December 16th 2011 by Profiles In History.
Authentic Guild Navigator Costume
Made and hand painted by Bob Ringwood (Costume Designer)
Top of Collar to Bottom: 60 Inches
Sleeve Length, to Tip of Glove: 29 Inches
Material: Black Nylon Exterior with Cotton Padded Interior
Auctioned on eBay September 2003 by Business Liquidators. (Did not sell)
This is one of only 5 jackets made for the Emperor's Sardaukar (Elite Guard) in his Royal court.
Collar To Bottom - 38 Inches
Sleeve Length - 38 Inches
The Closure for the Jacket Body is Hook & Eye with the Chest Plate Closures a Combination of Snap and Buttons.
Material - Based On Its Feel And Weight, Believed to be Wool with Gold Stars and Ribbons.
Sold for $285.00 on eBay, September 2003 by Business Liquidators
Five Screen-Used Dresses Worn By Novices Of The Bene Gesserit Order
Suite of five screen-used dresses designed by Bob Ringwood and worn by Novices of the Bene Gesserit Order. Made from pre-crinkled black rayon with trademark yellow striped accents. Together with two screen-used capelets with trains, one of raw silk with decorative frog closure, worn by Silvana Mangano who played “Reverend Mother Ramallo.” Excellent condition; as screenused.
Sold for $1,600 on December 16th 2011 by Profiles In History.
This is one of the screen used dresses worn by the Novices of the Bene Gesserit Order
Designed by Bob Ringwood
Shoulder To Bottom (Front)- 57 Inches
Shoulder To Bottom (Back)- 68 Inches
Sleeve Length - 16 Inches
The Sleeves are Kept Together with a Fancy Weaving of an Ajustable Satin like String.
Material - Pre Crinkled Black Rayon with Yellow Accents
Sold for $130.50 on eBay, September 2003 by Business Liquidators
Photos by Phil Steinschneider
Paul's CostumePaul Atreides outfit, worn on Caladan. Complete with belt, gun holster, gun and personal shield generator.
Inside the rear collar, the costume is labeled in the following way:
SASTRERIA TEATRAL Y CINEMATOGRAFICA
Sr. KYLE MACLACHLAN
The gun holster and belt are constructed out of very thick and high quality leather, while the stunt gun and field generator appear to be cast out of heavy painted resin.
Sold for $2,051 on eBay, October 2004 by a private seller.
Paul's Costume (2)Paul Atreides outfit, worn on Caladan. Complete with belt, gun holster, gun and personal shield generator.
This costume is owned by a private collector, and images used with his permission.
StillsuitStillsuit from Dune. Black bodysuit with exo-skeleton of dark brown foam "armor". Shoulders, knees and cuffs exhibit some wear and tear.
Sold for $6,000, July 2003 by Profiles in History
Stillsuit JacketKyle MacLachlan "Paul Atreides" Fremen Stillsuit jacket from Dune. (Universal, 1984) Black neoprene jacket with front zipper closure and segmented compartments of coated foam latex. Forearms on the sleeves are covered in black leather. Interior tag marked "KM2". This item is in delicate condition but has been professionally stabilized and is mounted on a torso with base.
To be auctioned October 2009 by Profiles in History
Lady Jessica Stillsuits Boots
Image used with kind permission of TATE'S Comics
Shadout costume from Dune.
Long green linen caftan-type costume with brown lapel vestments hanging down from each shoulder.
Mid-section features intricate beadwork and tassels. Worn by one of the Fremen Shadouts in the film.
Auctioned on eBay, December 2003 by Profiles In History. (Did not sell)
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|Baron's Doctor's tools
|Poisoned Cat Cage
|Water Measuring Equipment
Gurney Halleck's Baliset is a modified 'Stick' instrument, created by Emmett Chapman.
In the TV Edition of Dune, we hear Gurney play the Baliset, the music heard is 'Backyard', a track on Emmett Chapman's solo album 'Parallel Galaxy'.
You can order a copy of 'Parallel Galaxy', as well as your very own 'Stick' at Stick Enterprises Inc.
Original filming model of a spice harvester that appears in the initial establishing shots of the harvester in the distance. The model is made of resin, metal and plastic. It is approximately 18 inches long, 10 inches wide and 8 inches tall. Inside is coiled a long flexible metal pipe that was used to feed black smoke from its rear "stack".
Sold for $4,000, 17 March 2009 on eBay
Image used with kind permission of Ron Miller.
This Atreides Ship miniature was one of the ships that docks inside the Guild ship. It measures 39 inches across, and is rigged for light.
Sold for $4,050, 22 February 2009 on eBay
Image used with kind permission of Ron Gosselin.
Aerial tram filming miniature.
This miniature visual effects aerial tram is constructed of wood and polystyrene
which is airbrushed to appear slightly weathered, and is wired
internally to illuminate. Measures 13 in. length x 7 in. tall and
mounted on a custom wooden base.
Sold for $2,750, 14 December 2007 by Profiles in History
Steel dagger with brass handle, together with the original black leather sheath.
This knife is very similar to the one used by Sting in the final scenes of the film during his duel with Paul Mua'Dib.
Measures 11 in. long.
Auctioned on eBay Live Auctions on 5 April 2007 by Profiles in History. (Did not sell)
Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500
Sting's hero knife used as "Feyd-Rautha" in his final hand-to-hand battle with Kyle MacLachlan in Dune. The knife is made entirely of brass and copper, with what appears to be a stainless steel inlay in the center of the blade.
Measures 12 in. long. A key prop from this classic film.
Sold for $4,000, 15 December 2006 by Profiles in History
Pain Box. It is ruggedly constructed of wood, heavy resin castings and metal. The entire box is beautifully painted in a green faux marble enamel. The overall dimensions are 7" wide x 6.5" high x 9.5" deep. It weighs 5 pounds. The door is operated by a small trigger located beneath the front of the box. A strong spring causes the door to snap upward and inward. The mechanism is extremely tricky to set (it always was) and, considering the age of the prop and the fact that it was only designed to operate a few times.
For sale on eBay, auction ended 3 December 2005.
Image used with kind permission of Ron Miller.
Hunter/Seeker special effects prop
Constructed of metal and brass with clear resin tip holding the hypodermic needle, this is the "Hunter/Seeker" device that searches for Paul Atreides in one of the key scenes of the film.
A very important special effects prop from the film, very well constructed with fine attention to detail, typical of all props and set pieces made for this high-budget film. Measures 6 in. long.
Sold for $3,000, 28 July 2006 by Profiles in History
Guild transporter ship miniature
A very highly detailed silver-painted miniature ship constructed from wood or resin, with fine gold accents and a small hole on the underside of the fuselage for fitting to a special effects boom. Measures 13 in. wide.
Sold for $2,250, 28 July 2006 by Profiles in History
Crysknife with "blood tube". It is a painted and detailed solid one-piece prop (except for the blood-tube) and seems to be made of either hard rubber or some other semi-rigid material. It is 11 3/4" X 1 1/2", and the blood tube is approximately 48" long.
Sold for $1,000 on eBay, May 2005.
Image used with kind permission of John R. Ellis.
Emperor's flagship model from Dune. Gold painted resin miniature, measuring 45 inch x 11 in. x 17 1/2 inch deep, of the Emperor's flagship.
Sold for $5,500, April 2003 by Profiles in History
Imperial Sardukar terror trooper's gun from Dune.
Formidable-looking prop weapon wielded by the Shock troopers lined-up as salute to Brad Dourif “Piter De Vries” in Dune. Constructed of a resin gatlingstyle barrel and chamber and rubber covered stock with aluminum and metail rail detailing. It measures an impressive 40 ¾ in. long. A rare prop from this imaginative film.
Sold for $2,000 on December 16th 2011 by Profiles In History.
Imperial Sardukar terror trooper's gun from Dune. Black painted wood and metal prop gun, measuring 41 inch long.
Sold for $2,250, April 2003 by Profiles in History
Sandworm hook from Dune. Black resin two-prong hook measuring 24 inch long, attached to ropes of light orange twine bound with black tape at regular intervals.
Sold for $3,000, April 2003 by Profiles in History
Spice harvester carry-all miniature.
Silver-painted fiberglass miniature, measures 35 in. wide x 11 in. tall, and mounted on a custom display stand.
Sold for $5,500, July 2003 by Profiles in History
Weirding Module from Dune.
This weirding module was the original screen used weirding module that Kyle MacLachlan used in the beginning of DUNE when he practiced against "the fighter". The module measures 8 1/2" long 7 1/2" high. It is made of resin and wood. The module is painted a dark-redish brown color and dark metalic gray. Extra materials include rubber tubing, machined aluminum connectors (for the tubing) Internal wiring (for the front light), a side switch, and a rheostat inside that when turned will adjust the brightness of the front light. All of the exposed wiring and rheostat is located inside the handle cavity. The rheostat is located just above where your index finger would be so that you can adjust the brightness of the light.
This Weirding Module is currently owned by a private collector, and images used with his permission.
This prop is up for auction 11 June 2010 by Profiles in History
Weirding Module from Dune.
This version differs slightly from the practice version used by Kyle Maclachlan early in the film.
The prop is constructed of maroon-painted resin with black rubber tubing and gold detailing, and measures 7 in. long by 8 1/2 in. high.
This is the only one of this version known to exist.
Sold for $3,000 on eBay, December 2003 by Profiles In History
Harkonnen rifle from Dune.
Harkonnen rifle constructed of molded resin with metallic black paint, and attached rubber barrel muzzle.
This is the only Harkonnen rifle known to exist with all of the rubber muzzle and rubber tubing still intact.
Measures 30 in. in length.
Sold for $1,200 on eBay, December 2003 by Profiles In History
Fremen Sandworm tooth knife master from Dune.
Hand-carved (possibly milled) wood master or "Buck" used to create the Fremen Warrior Sandworm knives as seen in the film.
This master was molded, and resin knives cast from the mold for use during filming.
Measures 11 1/2 in. long.
Sold for $550 on eBay, December 2003 by Profiles In History
Beast Rabban Harkonnen pistol from Dune.
This pistol was used by The Beast Rabban, as well as other Harkonnens in the film.
Although we only see the pistol holstered in the film, the pistol has a retractable barrel and is made of molded resin and is the only one known to exist (as is the case with most of the styles of guns from Dune - it is thought that one of each of the props was kept and then the rest were destroyed by the production company, which was based in North Carolina).
Measures 10 in. in length.
Sold for $2,000 on eBay, December 2003 by Profiles In History
Atreides rifle from Dune.
This extremely rare Atreides rifle is constructed of wood, rubber tubing, and molded resin with metallic detailing.
It was used by the Palace Guards on Atreides, and is the only example known to exist which is completely intact.
Measures 33 in. in length.
In excellent condition, this is the finest example of the three still known to exist.
Sold for $900 on eBay, December 2003 by Profiles In History
Atreides Pistol from Dune.
This exquisitely constructed pistol is made of brass-plated metal, welded at the seams and joined on the left-hand side with small set screws.
The embedded trigger in the upper quarter of the frame retracts, as does the metal machined metal snub-nosed barrel.
This prop pistol is of the highest quality and construction.
Sold for $2,750 on eBay, July 2004 by Profiles In History