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OWN A PIECE OF AMERICAN Movie HISTORYThis beautiful custom framed display pieces will sure to be the envy of all your badge collector friends when they come over & see these wonderful works of art up on your wall.GREAT FOR A GIFT!Die Hard the Original Film - Includes 5 professional 4X6 mini movie posters, 1 John McClane PVC Plastic Id card & his badge #881...which we sell BOTH separate as well. Frame measurement is 24" X 22" made of wood with real glass & custom matting.John McClane BadgeMade of: Brass... 3mm thick...No curve (flat)... Sandblast backside... Measurements: 2 3/4" High X 2 3/16" Wide... Color: Gold plating...Hand set soldered #'s 881 with Blue HARD pro-enamel around lettering & blue soft enamel around center seal... Backside: Comes with a heavy duty safety pin lock with a C-clamp Built into badge.Ready to hang.Die Hard A 1988 American action film directed by John McTiernan and written by Steven E. de Souza and Jeb Stuart. It follows off-duty New York City Police Department officer John McClane (Bruce Willis) as he takes on a group of highly organized criminals led by Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman), who perform a heist in a Los Angeles skyscraper under the guise of a terrorist attack using hostages, including McClane's wife Holly (Bonnie Bedelia), to keep the police at bay.It is based on Roderick Thorp's 1979 novel Nothing Lasts Forever, the sequel to 1966's The Detective, which was adapted into a 1968 film of the same name that starred Frank Sinatra. Fox was contractually obliged to offer Sinatra the lead role in Die Hard, but he turned it down. The studio then pitched the film to Arnold Schwarzenegger as a sequel to his 1985 action film Commando, who turned it down, as did a host of the era's action stars, and finally and reluctantly gave it to Willis, then known primarily as a comedic television actor.Made for $28 million, Die Hard grossed over $140 million theatrically worldwide, and received a positive reception from critics. The film turned Willis into an action star, became a metonym for an action film in which a lone hero fights overwhelming odds, and is now widely considered one of the greatest action movies ever made. The film spawned the Die Hard franchise, which includes four sequels, video games, and a comic book.