• This Pulp Fiction Script is personally hand signed by John Travolta
• This script is custom framed with iconic photographs from Pulp Fiction surrounding it
• The frame measures at 870mm wide and 1080 mm High
• The frame in the photos is the actual frame for sale and not a concept
• The signed script is proven to be authentic as it comes with Certificate of Authenticity. Item ships affixed with two holograms one from MJB Memorabilia serial-numbered and tampered proof Authentication Hologram 100124 and Beckett Authentication G53653
• There is free shipping done to any destination in the world.
• You can view the memorabilia piece before purchasing it through a zoom meeting, Skype, Facetime, 02 9055 8231
• Frame comes with beautiful plaque
• It costs $1495 only.
John Travolta Signed Pulp Fiction Script Authentic Framed Script Beckett Authentication
Your price: $1495
For inquiries: 02 9055 8231
Free shipping to anywhere around the globe.
John Travolta is an American actor, singer, and scientologist. He was born on the 18th of February 1954 in Englewood, New Jersey. His father Salvatore Travolta was a semi professional football player and a partner in a tyre company “Travolta Tyre Exchange”. His mother Helen Cecilia was also an actress and singer who appeared in the sunshine sisters.
Travolta’s early career dates back to the 70s when he starred in ABC TV sitcom Welcome Back Cotter from 1975 to 1979 and then for playing Tony Manero in Saturday Night Fever in 1977. In 1979 he played Danny Zuko in Grease, These two films were the most commercially successful films of that decade and made Travolta an international star. Saturday Night Fever earned him an academy award nomination making him at the age of 24 the youngest performer to be ever nominated for an oscar.
Pulp Fiction didn’t win best picture and lost to Forrest Gump which coincidentally John Travolta turned down the role of Forrest which of course went to Tom Hanks. Pulp Fiction was written and directed by Quentin Tarantino and had a budget of $8.5 Million and grossed over $213 Million in the box office. The film reignited the career of John Travolta and also showed audiences a different side to Bruce Willis.