DAVE PROWSE 8X10 DARTH VADER AUTOGRAPHED COLOUR PHOTO 4

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Dave Prowse Darth Vader Autographed colour photo 8×10.
Dave Prowse Darth Vader Autographed colour photo 8×10 showing Darth Vader in a great pose. Hand signed by Dave in gold marker pen.

Obtained directly from Dave Prowse in Nov 2017

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Dave Prowse Darth Vader Autographed colour photo 8×10.

Authentic Dave Prowse Darth Vader Autographed colour photo 8×10 showing Darth Vader in a great pose. Hand signed by Dave in gold marker pen. Obtained directly from Dave Prowse in Nov 2017

 

 

 

The actor who played Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy- Dave Prowse. Signed a limited number of autographs for fans. These autographs are a must-have for any Star Wars collector or fan of the iconic character. Limited autographs signed by Dave Prowse – Comes with a certificate of authenticity – Available in different sizes and formats, including photos and posters. Own a piece of Star Wars history with a signed autograph from the actor who played Darth Vader – Perfect for collectors or fans of the franchise – Comes with a certificate of authenticity to ensure its authenticity and value

 

Genuine Dave Prowse signed memorabilia

David Prowse MBE (1 July 1935 – 28 Nov 2020) an English retired bodybuilder. Weightlifter and character actor in British film and television. Worldwide, he is best known for portraying Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy (with the character’s voice performed by James Earl Jones). And in 2015 starred in a documentary about that role. Entitled I Am Your Father. Before his role as Vader, Prowse had established himself as a prominent figure in British culture as the first Green Cross Code man. A character used in British road safety advertising aimed at children.

 

Darth Vader Autographs

Prowse played the physical form of Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy. Additionally, Dave Prowse Autographs spoke the dialogue during filming. But Lucas claimed he wanted a “darker voice”—a deeper; more reverberating voice, and had James Earl Jones provide the voice instead; deeming Prowse’s West Country accent unsuitable for the character. Also, Dave Prowse autographs claims they said that he would be seen and heard at the end of Return of the Jedi when Vader’s mask being removed. Instead, actor Sebastian Shaw done that scene.