The Wolfman Cane Limited Edition Prop Replica
Purchased as a harmless gift in the film, the cane ultimately becomes the instrument of Larry Talbot's destruction.
Based on the work of Ellis Burman, the sculptor of the original The Wolfman cane prop, this replica created by factory Entertainment was sculpted using never-before-seen imagery of the original prop, as well as the careful guidance of prop collector and film historian Bob Burns (Owner of the original Burman piece!)
A numbered limited edition of 400 pieces, each Larry talbot Cane includes a prop story booklet, certificate of authenticity and numbered limited-edition wall-hanging display with plaque.
The cane measures 30 inches long with solid wood shaft, metal tip, and durable chrome plated wolf-head handle. (Handle measures 4 inches by 7 inches)
Larry Talbot is bitten in the process of defending a girl against a wolf attack, succeeding in killing the animal with his silver-topped wolf-headed cane. Talbot consults the Gypsy fortuneteller Maleva, and learns that the creature he had killed was in fact the fortuneteller’s son in werewolf form; Talbot subsequently learns that he has now contracted the curse of lycanthrope. Talbot soon transforms into the rampaging Wolfman, his otherwise amiable nature engulfed by the monster’s feral appetite.