WHAT WE DO?
We locate, buy, sell, appraise, and authenticate screen-used Hollywood movie props, wardrobe, and unique items used during the production of "Golden" to Modern-era film genres.
U.S. based in Minnesota.
WHAT ARE YOUR NOMAL BUSINESS HOURS?
We are open 25/8. Really.
DO YOU HAVE A PHYSICAL STORE LOCATION?
We do not have a physical store location.
COMPANY ORIGINS AND FOUNDER
The Movie House Prop Co., was founded by Treasure Hunting PR Strategist, Rob Feeney. A genuinely egoless movie buff, Rob's first memory was humbly sitting in a movie theatre watching the 1973 James Bond classic, “Live and Let Die" with his family. This memory not only ignited a love for spy movies, but a passion for film production, and Hollywood movie sets.
This passion later evolved into the niche hobby of collecting movie and music-related artifacts, and after acquiring the actual prop-gun used onscreen by General Oursmov (the villain in the 1995 James Bond blockbuster "Goldeneye"), the hobby soon progressed into the art of locating, buying, and selling screen-used movie items. Capitalizing on the growing demand, and scarce midwest resources available, the Movie House Prop Co., incepted.
By the summer of 2015, Rob simultaneously lead the PR strategy for the Judy Garland Museum's Ruby Slippers theft, and scuba-diving search effort for the missing pair. The effort inspired an anonymous $1,000,000 donation from an avid "Wizard of Oz" fan for a fully intact physical recovery.
This historical event made top-world news, including an opening monologue sketch on Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, Entertainment Tonight, CNN, and Good Morning America), but even with the world's attention, the iconic red shoes were not found. Yet.