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Bruce mechanical shark tech drawing from Jaws

“Bruce” mechanical shark side view elevation technical drawing from Jaws. (Universal, 1975) Hand-drawn technical drawing used to construct the full-size mechanical shark nick-named “Bruce”, perhaps the most feared predator in the history of film! Jaws was the first blockbuster film to break the $100 million barrier in its original theatrical release, and to this day has kept many from swimming at the beach! The drawing, a side-view elevation, contains various design notes including a “24 degree ‘Cruising Attitude”, and the indication that the drawing is in a scale of 1 in. = 6 in. The mechanics of the hinged jaw is also shown, and the teeth are depicted in red ink. Original design drawings such as these are routinely copied and distributed to crewmembers for approval and reference during production. This is an original drawing, accomplished in pencil on a sheet of drafting vellum, on which those later blueprints were made. Rare and highly desirable, this drawing is perfect for framing and display. Measures 21 in. x 51 ½ in. $6,000 – $8,000

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