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After selling this prop-replica on eBay, I built
one for my own collection. The one thing I
changed was the 'death ray' LED - I used a
bright yellow one in mine.  Since
Flash Gordon's
Trip to Mars
 was in B&W, there's no way
to know what color the ray should be - heck, it
was just white with squiggly lines on-screen.
Larry "Buster" Crabbe as Flash Gordon in the 1938 movie serial  Flash Gordon's Trip To Mars.  Note the Martian ray gun in
Flash's hand.  And... yeah, the guy with the funny eyebrows is supposed to be a Martian.  Dig the crazy hat, man!
I'd give this photo copyright credit, but I've no idea who holds the rights to this vintage film now.
Flash Gordon on the cover of LOOK Magazine (1938,
copyright LOOK). Check the price at the bottom right -
and, oh-m-gosh, girls had legs in 1938, who'd have
guessed, what with censorship being what it was back
then!
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SUBJECT:  ARCTURAN DEATH-RAY
KIT MAKER:   SCRATCH-BUILT                                             SCALE:    1:1                                                        
SPECIAL  FEATURES:  Retro 'steam punk' styling. Metal barrel & emitter cone.  Light & sound effects.
SUBJECT:   MARTIAN RAY GUN from  FLASH GORDON'S TRIP TO MARS (1930s movie serial).
KIT MAKER:   SCRATCH-BUILT                                               SCALE:    1:1                                                        
SPECIAL  FEATURES:  Retro 1930s styling.  Light & sound effects
Though not 100% accurate, this full scale well detailed replica is true to the prop used in the 1938 movie serial,
Flash Gordon's Trip To Mars (Buster Crabbe) made of polycarbonate pipe, styrene plastic & brass tubing..
This LARP / COSPLAY prop was custom designed & built by model-maker Ernie N.  It is one-of-a-kind.
Though not 100% accurate, this full scale well detailed replica is true to the prop used in the 1938 movie serial, Flash
Gordon's Trip To Mars
(Buster Crabbe) made of polycarbonate pipe, styrene plastic & brass tubing..
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