The Pistol Belt is a beige cotton belt with a metal clasp and details is labelled "HR" on the interior.
- The belt was custom made by Fred Nidha, who frequently worked with Jim Henson in New York.
- ↑ Prop Store "Lot #303 - GHOSTBUSTERS (1984) - Egon Spengler's (Harold Ramis) Utility Belt" retrieved 10/17/19 Description reads: "This beige cotton belt with a metal clasp and details is labelled "HR" on the interior and features a leather holster containing a plastic and foam rubber electronic greeblie addition with various wires attached to a metal clip. The belt was custom made for the production by Fred Nidha, who frequently worked with Jim Henson in New York. There is some wear on the belt as well as cracking, paint chipping and some wire loosening on the holstered elements. This lot comes from the collection of Peter Mosen, widely known as the first-ever "Ghost-head" (super-fan), who was part of numerous official Ghostbusters publicity event; Mosen obtained the items directly from the studio shortly after filming. Dimensions: 99 cm x 22.75 cm x 5 cm (39 " x 9" x 2")."
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