London, South Kensington
12 December 2000
Sleepy Hollow, 1999
A realistic prop gravestone of polystyrene, spray-painted to simulate stone, applied with simulated moss and lichen, with engraved epitaph -- 47½in. (120.6cm.) high -- made for the 1999 Universal production Sleepy Hollow; accompanied by a document concerning the provenance (2)
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Similar gravestones can be seen throughout the film, particularly during the funeral scene after the fourth victim has been decapitated by the Headless Horseman.
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