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Oct 31, 2020

[Answer] Whose face was used to make the mask of villain Michael Meyers in the movie "Halloween"?

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...Because the movie Halloween was made on such a tight budget, producers had to use the cheapest mask they could find for the masked serial killer Michael Meyers, which turned out to be a William Shatner Star Trek mask. The production crew removed the eyebrows and sideburns, the face was painted white, the hair was teased out, and the eyes were opened up and reshaped with scissors. It became one of the most iconic masks of all time. Shatner initially didn’t know the mask was made in his likeness, but after finding out years later, he said he was honored.




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William Shatner:


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