Rutger Hauer Autographed Extremely Rare 1992 Los Angeles Times Magazine Issue on 'Blade Runner - The Director's Cut'!!!


Another extremely RARE item relevant to 'Blade Runner'!

Blade Runner', the sci-fi cult movie, was directed in 1982 by Ridley Scott, with Harrison Ford, Daryl Hannah, Brion James, Joe Turkel, Joanna Cassidy, William Sanderson, etc.
Rutger portrayed in a matchless way the replicant character 'Roy Batty'.

This is the original 1992 Los Angeles Times Magazine Issue dated September 13, 1992, dedicated to 'Blade Runner'.

On the cover, one reads, 'Blade Runner II - How Ridley Scott Beat the Odds in Hollywood and Resurrected His Classic L.A. Film'.

This magazine measures (closed) 12.5" x 10" (32 cms x 25.5 cms) and is in very good conditions.

Inside, the 6-page article about it by Kenneth Turan is entitled 'Blade Runner' and he shortly explains, 'The screenwriter wrote eight drafts - and then was replaced. On his first day, the director turned the set upside down. Harrison Ford was never so miserable. Years later, someone stumbled over the long-lost original. Nothing about this film was ever simple'.

The last paragraph of this article ends with a comment from Rutger: '(...) Everything on 'Blade Runner' was a little bigger, a little better', says Rutger Hauer wistfully. "You can only be a genius so many times in your life".

Here is a small selection scan of some of its pages:

Rutger has autographed its cover in golden permanent ink!

This is the only copy left in Rutger's archives! A real 'Blade Runner' collector item!


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