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    • Twentieth Century Fox

    Dragonwyck

    1946

    Dining Chair

    • Crossbow Productions

    Young Frankenstein

    1974

    Dining Chair

    • Walt Disney Pictures

    Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl

    2003

    Dining Chair

    • Legendary Entertainment

    Crimson Peak

    2015

    Dining Chair

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About the Costume

These dining chairs were first seen in the 1946 film Dragonwyck, which was produced by 20th Century Fox (now 20th Century Studios). They were seen again in the 1974 horror comedy film Young Frankenstein and then in the 2003 movie Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl. Lastly, they were seen in the 2015 Crimson Peak. The set appears to be comprised of at least ten side chairs and armchairs. Though numerous props from Dragonwyck were auctioned off in 1971, the pieces in question are not listed in the catalog for the 20th Century Fox prop auction, which took place in Los Angeles on February 25-28, 1971. It’s possible that these chairs made their way to 20th Century Props, which used to hold some of Fox Studio’s remaining props until the bulk of their inventory was sold off in July of 2009. They are currently back and open for business but with a much smaller inventory.

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About the Costume

These dining chairs were first seen in the 1946 film Dragonwyck, which was produced by 20th Century Fox (now 20th Century Studios). They were seen again in the 1974 horror comedy film Young Frankenstein and then in the 2003 movie Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl. Lastly, they were seen in the 2015 Crimson Peak. The set appears to be comprised of at least ten side chairs and armchairs. Though numerous props from Dragonwyck were auctioned off in 1971, the pieces in question are not listed in the catalog for the 20th Century Fox prop auction, which took place in Los Angeles on February 25-28, 1971. It’s possible that these chairs made their way to 20th Century Props, which used to hold some of Fox Studio’s remaining props until the bulk of their inventory was sold off in July of 2009. They are currently back and open for business but with a much smaller inventory.

These dining chairs were first seen in the 1946 film Dragonwyck, which was produced by 20th Century Fox (now 20th Century Studios). They were seen again in the 1974 horror comedy film Young Frankenstein and then in the 2003 movie Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl. Lastly, they were seen in the 2015 Crimson Peak. The set appears to be comprised of at least ten side chairs and armchairs. Though numerous props from Dragonwyck were auctioned off in 1971, the pieces in question are not listed in the catalog for the 20th Century Fox prop auction, which took place in Los Angeles on February 25-28, 1971. It’s possible that these chairs made their way to 20th Century Props, which used to hold some of Fox Studio’s remaining props until the bulk of their inventory was sold off in July of 2009. They are currently back and open for business but with a much smaller inventory.

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Sighting Credit:
  • Katie S.
Photos provided by:
  • Katie S.
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