Hand made marionette depicting a green goblin character. It was manufactured and operated in Melbourne by Alex and Murray Smith, who performed as part of Le Forgeron Marionettes from 1930 until 1956.

Physical Description

Marionette depicting a green goblin, which is wearing a brown shirt with a black vinyl belt around his waist. Over this he wears a long green cape, with holes cut out for his arms. The cape matches his plain green pants, and has been decorated with bronze sequins. He wears no shoes. The Goblin has green skin on his hands, feet and face. He has quite a rough complexion. His eyes have been made from shiny green paper and his frowning mouth is made from shiny red paper. There are a few chips to the paintwork, particularly on his pointy nose. He retains some of his hair, but a lot of it has disintegrated. He has large pointy ears made of rubber which have also been painted green. This marionette has a three piece mechanism. There are operating strings attached to numerous parts of him, including his head, limbs and shoulders. The feet have been weighted

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