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Early concept art for Ridley Scott's ''Alien'', the classic 1979 sci-fi horror film that won an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. One of the most pivotal sequences in the film is illustrated here, showing the crewmembers Kane, Dallas and Lambert exploring ''Red City'', an early incarnation of what would be Moon LV-426 where the Derelict Spaceship had crashed. Large sheet contains two drawings, with notations reading in part, ''Red City / Alternative to 'Petra' Location. Complete Set...'' Artwork was done in 1977, signed ''Scott'', possibly by Ridley Scott but more likely Elliot Scott, a Hollywood production designer uncredited on ''Alien'' who worked on the ''Indiana Jones'' franchise. Artwork is rendered in pen and marker in colors of black and grey on artist paper. Measures 17'' x 19'', with horizontal fold at center. Mild smudging and crease at lower right, overall very good condition. From the collection of former 20th Century Fox executive Peter Beale, whose COA accompanies the lot.
Early Concept Art for ''Alien'', Done in 1977 -- With the Characters Kane, Dallas and Lambert Exploring an Early Incarnation of Moon LV-426, Here Called ''Red City''
Early Concept Art for ''Alien'', Done in 1977 -- With the Characters Kane, Dallas and Lambert Exploring an Early Incarnation of Moon LV-426, Here Called ''Red City''
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