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During his career Robert Toth has had some unusual relationships with the movie industry.
He also served as liaison to the New Jersey Motion Picture and Television Development Commision.
Props for movie 'Salt'
May 21st, 2009
Robert Toth's Darwin sculpture is cast in an Angelina Jolie film

Robert Toth is back in the movies again.

The artist recently received a call from Columbia Pictures to purchase four of his Darwin sculptures for the movie "Salt," starring Angelina Jolie, filming in Manhattan and at the Smithsonian Institute.

Complete Article, click HERE

Prop for TV Series 'Cracking Up'
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A psychology grad student {Jason Schwartzman] is tested in 'Cracking Up'.
Two Freud busts were purchased by 20th Century Fox as props for a new comedy TV series "Cracking Up" starting in March 2004.   FREUD BUST
Psychology grad student Ben is asked by his faculty adviser to do a little field work: Move into wealthy Ted and Lesley Shackleton's home in order to treat their depressed 9-year-old son, Tanner. But Jason soon finds out Tanner isn't the problem. The rest of his family is nuts.

A psychology grad student (Jason Schwartzman, right) moves in with a dysfunctional family — from left, Christopher McDonald, Molly Shannon, Jake Sandvig, Bret Loehr (younger child), Caitlin Wachs — in the new Fox sitcom "Cracking Up."

Movie Props for 'Scary Movie 3'
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Andrew Jackson and Abraham Lincoln busts in the east wing of the White House Set for Scary Movie 3 with Lesley Nielson as President..  JACKSON BUST   LINCOLN BUST

I got the Andrew Jackson and Abraham Lincoln busts and they look fantastic in the east wing of the White House Set!!!

Thank you for ensuring they got here as they did...


Movie Prop for Amityville Horror

Witch Image Amityville Scene
Amityville Actors
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During the filming of the "Amityville Horror" in Toms River, NJ the MGM set designer, Robert Benton, realized one of his props didn't fit in with the rest of scene's decor. He was directed to Robert Toth and, after viewing his art work, commissioned Toth to sculpt a witch for the movie.

The sculptured witch sits at a cash register in a scene that takes place in a tavern. After it was ageed that Toth would create the witch he went to the tavern and took the dimensions of the cash register, against which the sculpture would eventually be placed. Back at the studio, with the reference material in hand, the crash project began. Because of the film scheduling only a few days were available. Toth prevailed and the witch was ready in time to shoot the scene.

See Witch replica, CLICK HERE.

Cars Lend Credibility to Film
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Robert Toth's ownership of a '59 Cadillac and membership in the Ocean County Vintage Car Club permitted him to join the convoy of vintage cars bound for Philadelphia. The cars dating from 1955 to 1965 were on their way to be part of the film "Flying Blind" set in the mid-'60s.

"There is a real nostalgia about the 1950s and early '60s. It was the rocket age and the fins on the cars reflect that. They look like they're going even when they're are standing still. Automobiles of the '50s are works of art; they're sculpture. There's no art in the cars of today. Cars are very functional now and they all look alike."

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