[STUDIO MOVIE STILLS, PAUL WALKER, GERARD BUTLER, MICHAEL CRICHTON, RICHARD DONNER]. Offered here is an original KEY MOVIE STILL SLIDE SET FOR THE 2003 FILM'TIMELINE' STARRING PAUL WALKER, GERARD BUTLER & FRANCES O'CONNOR. The full set of 352 COLOR SLIDES on' Paramount Pictures' slide mounts are all individually numbered and in 18 (17 x 20 per sheet + 1 sheet w/ 12 slides) with the corresponding number so they can be replaced back in the proper space. The reverse of each slide has machine printed' Timeline' and the studio still photographer (either Philippe Bosse or Stephen Vaughan) credited. All the slides are in excellent and'as produced' condition.
The obvious and tragic loss of Paul Walker in 2013 makes this set all the more desirable. In this particular group Paul Walker fans will be interested to know there are no fewer than 107 slides in this group which either feature or include him.All in all, a SCARCE and important FULL KEY SLIDE SET ; different from a standard press kit or other promotional sets. This set came from a storage unit from a Burbank storage facility which is noted for regularly revealing original movie studio props, scripts, photos and other collectible Hollywood artifacts. Is a 2003 science fiction adventure film directed by Richard Donner, based on the novel of the same name by Michael Crichton. A team of present-day archaeologists are sent back in time to rescue their professor from medieval France in the middle of a battle. It stars Paul Walker, Frances O'Connor, Gerard Butler, Billy Connolly, David Thewlis and Anna Friel among others.
Professor Edward Johnston leads an archaeological study of the village of Castlegard near LaRoque Castle in Dordogne, France, the site of the 1357 hanging of Lady Claire, sister to Arnaut de Cervole; her martyrdom led France to win the Hundred Years War against the English. Johnston's team includes Scottish archaeologist André Marek, Johnston's students Kate Erickson, Josh Stern, and François Dontelle, and his son Chris who is infatuated with Kate. While excavating a nearby monastery, they find a sarcophagus with the remains of a French knight with a lopped ear, and holding the hand of his lady, an unheard-of practice for the time. Johnston travels to the American headquarters of the ITC Corporation, their sponsor, to question if they have tampered with the site.The students later discover a pair of Johnston's bifocals and a note begging for help, though both date over 600 years old. When they contact ITC, the company invites them to their headquarters. There, the team is introduced to ITC president Robert Doniger and vice-president Steven Kramer.
Doniger reveals that in the process of developing teleportation technology, they locked onto a stable wormhole to 1357 Castlegard. All but Josh volunteer to go. They are stripped of all modern technology save for pendant-shaped markers they can use to initiate their return. The students are joined by a security team including head of security Frank Gordon and two former military men.
On arrival in 1357, they find themselves in the path of a young woman chased by English knights; the security men are killed while protecting the group, though one has activated their marker shortly after priming a grenade. When his body arrives in the present, the grenade detonates and shatters much of the teleportation device. Josh aids Kramer to help make repairs.
The team evade the knights, and are led by the woman to the English-controlled Castlegard. They are captured and brought before Lord Oliver de Vannes and his second in command, DeKere.They are stripped of their markers, and de Vannes kills François, believing him to be a French spy. They make their escape but are pursued by the English. Gordon and Johnston are recaptured while the others make for the monastery, led by the woman. DeKere reveals himself to Gordon and Johnston as former ITC employee William Decker; he had frequently used the teleportation device but was not told by ITC that each use damaged his DNA until it was too late, at which point he would die on a return trip. He plans revenge on ITC and kills Gordon. De Vannes orders his knights to march on LaRoque castle, and DeKere brings Johnston along.
At the monastery, Marek, Kate, and Chris meet de Cervole, and realize the woman is Lady Claire; they have changed history by saving her. Marek, who has become infatuated with Lady Claire, is given a horse to rescue his friends. Kate and Chris help to swing the upcoming battle in the French's favor by leading de Cervole's men through the monastery tunnels they had previously mapped to the castle. As the battle starts, Marek is captured in his rescue attempt, and Lady Claire is also kidnapped. Marek manages to free himself, Lady Claire and Johnston, while Chris helps de Cervole defeat de Vannes.Enraged, DeKere slashes off Marek's earlobe; Marek realizes he is destined to be the knight in the sarcophagus. He defeats DeKere and recovers the markers, giving them to the others and says his goodbyes as he runs off to help the French assure victory and restore history. As the three activate their markers, in the present Josh and Kramer have finished the repairs after coming to learn that Doniger has attempted to sabotage their attempts; he fears that when the students' stories become public, ITC will suffer great financial losses. As the machine activates, Doniger races into it, attempting to block the teleportation, but instead he is sent back to 1357, where he is quickly killed on the battleground. Chris, Kate, and Johnston safely return.
As Lord Oliver de Vannes. As Lord Arnaud de Cervole. As Sir William De Kere/William Decker.The battle sequences used medieval reenactors. Richard Donner limited the use of CGI in the film as much as possible. Composer Jerry Goldsmith, who had previously collaborated with Donner on The Omen, completed a score for the film, but had it replaced by a different score composed by Brian Tyler after Donner was forced to re-cut the film at the insistence of Sherry Lansing, the then-head of Paramount Pictures. However, both Goldsmith and Tyler's scores were released on CD. This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Photographs\2000-Now\Color". The seller is "bibliomonster" and is located in this country: US.
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