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SpecialtiesWe offer unique HAND SIGNED Authentic Autographed items by Robert Englund that you most likely won't find anywhere else. Each come with Robert's own COA, including: prop hands, hats, Rare press photos, bust, banners, comic books & Freddy Gloves by the #1 Replica glove maker in the WORLD.....Anders Eriksen Gloves & more!!! We're sure you'll be happy working with us & look forward to serving you in any way possible. If you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. RETAIL ALONE WITHOUT AUTOGRAPH $300 Check out my other items! Signed by TED WHITE.JOHN WAYNE STUNT DOUBLE FOR 40 YEARS & CLARK GABLE FOR 38 YEARS!Ted is retiring from signing events after 2015 is over. Comes with Original box Friday The 13TH - Jason's Machete Replica by Neca 36"...box is all in tact but may have creases & dents.(PLEASE ASK TO SEE PHOTO OF BOX IF CONDITION IS IMPORTANT TO YOU BEFORE PURCHASE THANK YOU).Product Features Are you ready for this? . Cast from a prop used in the film. Weighs and feels like a real machete. Are you ready for this? Are you sure? From Friday the 13th, Jason Voorhees' fearsome machete is faithfully cast from a prop used in the film. The metal and wood reproduction is 3-feet long and has the real weight and feel of an actual machete! The blade edge is dull, but this item is not a toy. It's an accurate prop replica for display purposes only. If you're ready for it, it's ready for you! NECA ONLY MADE 5,000 OF THESE MACHETE'S This Machete has been HAND SIGNED by Ted White with a GOLD PAINT MARKER...INCLUDES PHOTOS OF SIGNING THAT WILL BE SENT TO YOU VIA EMAIL AFTER PURCHASE!!!Hand signed with a Gold Sharpie..."TED WHITE JASON IV"NOWATERMARK'S WILL APPEAR ON ANYPHOTO'S & YOU MAY REQUEST PHOTO OF HIM FROM PRIVATE SIGNING SHOWN ABOVE, SENTVIAMessageONLY!CareerWhite also played football for the University of Oklahoma. He would then pursue an Stuntman/acting career. In Sands of Iwo Jima (1949), White was approached since He was in the Marine Corps and they needed a consultant for the layout of the island (Iwo Jima). That was where White met John Wayne and began doubling Wayne in 1952.He had a minor role in Starman, and has also acted in several western films and in such television series as Daniel Boone, Hunter, Magnum, P.I. and The Rockford Files, usually in tough-guy roles such as police officers or hired thugs. He has also worked in Gone in 60 Seconds, Silverado, Major League and Tron.In 1984, White would play hockey masked psychotic, deformed serial killer Jason Voorhees in Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter, after the director needed a large man for the part, which White reluctantly accepted only because he needed the money. Uneasy about playing one of the most infamous murderers in screen history, White asked not to be credited on screen for his part. He would later be credited for the archive footage of him as Jason that was used in the seventh Friday film. To a certain degree he got into the spirit of things by keeping his distance from the actors playing his victims, as he didn't want them to get too friendly with him since that might have changed their performances, as they would know who he was.On the other hand, he became infuriated with director Joseph Zito for being insensitive to the pain actress Judie Aronson was experiencing when she was out on the raft filming her nude death scene, where she developed hypothermia and actually started crying from the pain brought onto her by the cold. This infuriated White to the point that he threatened to quit if they didn't let her out of the lake, and Zito complied since he didn't have the time or resources to find another stuntman White's size. Despite his initial distaste for the role, he is considered by many fans to have been one of the best Jasons.White was offered the role of Jason for Friday the 13th: A New Beginning and Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives, but turned them down. The roles ultimately went to stuntmen Tom Morga and C. J. Graham, respectively. White has stated that he now wishes that he had accepted the role.Partial filmographyCrystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th (2013) (Himself)His Name was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th (2009) (Himself)Double Take (2001)Gone in 60 Seconds (2000) StuntsX-Files (2000–2001)Wild Wild West (1999) StuntsDowntown (1990)Road House (1989) StuntsMajor League (1989) StuntsFriday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988) as Jason Voorhees (archive footage)The Hidden (1987) as Agent FowlerHot Pursuit (1987) as Tommy RayShort Circuit (1986) StuntsThe Spawning 2 (1985)Silverado (1985) as HoytThe Wild Life (1984)Against All Odds (1984)Friday the 13th Part IV: The Final Chapter (1984) as Jason Voorhees (uncredited)Romancing the Stone (1984) as GroganCloak & Dagger (1984) StuntsStarman (1984) as Deer HunterTron (1982) as a GuardEscape from New York (1981) StuntsUsed Cars (1980) as Police DeputyOh, God! Book II (1980) as Motorcycle PolicemanGoing Ape! (1980) Goon 1Bronco Billy (1980) Stunts (uncredited)1941 (1979) Stunts (uncredited)Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (1974)TrooperSoylent Green (1973) StuntsPrime Cut (1972) Stunts (uncredited)Planet of the Apes (1968) Stunts (uncredited)Point Blank (1967) as Football PlayerCat Ballou (1965) as Gunslinger (uncredited)Hatari (1962) as John Wayne's Stunt Double (uncredited)The Alamo (1960) Tennessean (uncredited)20% RESTOCKING FEE WILL BE CHARGED ON ALL RETURNS!