Original Film Prop IMI UZI with Folding Stock From Ellis Props - As Used in Hollywood Film Congo (1995)

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. This is a full scale metal replica non-firing prop IMA UZI with folding stock as used in the 1995 Hollywood film CONGO. Multiple UZI prop guns were used in making the movie and there is no way for us to know exactly which one this is,, but we do know it was used in making the film. traces of of the original ELLIS AUCTION LABEL is still attached on the fore stock of this prop gun.

This fantastic example acquired from the Ellis Props and Graphics liquidation auction. Ellis was the oldest and the largest Prop Houses in the World until it went our of business in the early 2000s.

The vast Ellis collection was acquired beginning in 1908, when a pawn shop, Ellis Mercantile, began renting merchandise to early filmmakers. According to Ellis Props, it began when a studio employee wanted to buy a glass eye. The pawn shop decided to rent it in case the owner returned, and it continued the practice with other items.

Congo is the 1995 feature film adaptation of the Michael Crichton bestseller of the same name. Directed by Frank Marshall, the film follows a group of scientists who travel deep into the Congo jungle while searching for some colleagues who have gone missing after their camp was destroyed by an unknown force. The cast included Dylan Walsh, Laura Linney, Ernie Hudson, and Bruce Campbell.

Dr. Karen Ross (Laura Linney) fires her Uzi at the attacking Zinj Gorillas.

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