"Batman Returns" Penguin (Danny DeVito) Latex Screen Worn Make-Up Prosthetic Many consider Tim Burton's 1992 "Batman Returns" to be one of the best in the series. Especially with perhaps the greatest performance by a Batman Villain: Danny DeVito as Oswald Cobblepot, AKA, The Penguin! If ever there was an actor born for this part, it was DeVito! As if Mother Nature knew from the start that he was destined to become this master villain! But the legendary Stan Winston Studios, helped finish what nature started with DeVito's face and body to create this astonishingly three-dimensional character. This is one of the actual screen used hero latex prosthetics created for and worn by DeVito as the Penguin. It is painstakingly realized, creating in one piece, the first section of skull, full forehead, trademark nose and upper lip. It was personally created by Stan Winston himself with the expert craftsmanship of Shane Mahan, Mark McCreery and John Rosengrant. Extremely delicate and extra thin so that DeVito's own facial muscles could be utilized. It is in the original plastic "Handguards" bag, with "DeVito Face #9" and "92" written on it. A truly remarkable piece of Batman memorabilia! Comes with a Letter of Provenience. Prosthetic is approx 7"x6.5". Careful... it is extremely delicate to the touch! This item also comes with a Movie Props DNA: This item now includes three levels of security: 1) DNA laced invisible ink – a 9-digit code laced with DNA ink is placed on an appropriate place of the prop/costume and can be only viewed using a high-frequency UV light. The chances of replicating the specific DNA sequence which is unique to MPDNA is 1 in 33 trillion. 2) Archival Microchip Encrypted Tag - a patented, acid-free, 1"x 3" tag with an encrypted microchip is placed onto the Certificate of Authenticity. The microchip contained within the tag contains all of the pertinent information about the prop or costume. The tag is tamper proof and the microchip is encrypted, making it impossible to duplicate.? 3) The certificate also has the 9-digit DNA invisible ink mark which must match the 9-digit invisible ink mark on the prop. This will ensure that it is a genuine prop issued by Premiere Props and authenticated by MPDNA.