A pop culture object is something that has become well known because its appearance and use film, television and books. It can be something banal and ordinary like an object that is used everyday but that has taken on a new meaning because it is now associated with something else. It can be something kitsch, or gimmicky, or colorful. It can also be something that is only found in an imagined world in a film. For example, a light saber, which is the weapon used by Jedis in Star Wars, is a pop culture object.

What is a MacGuffin?

A MacGuffin is an object, device, or event that is important for the plot or characters of a story, but the object by it is not important or relevant. This concept was created by Angus McPhail for film and was adopted by Alfred Hitchcock. The MacGuffin is often revealed in the first part of the film, disappears, and reappears at the climax of the story. The object is usually forgotten by the end.

What are movie props?

A movie prop, also known as theatrical property, film prop, or prop, is an object used during a production. They are often used in television, theater, and video games. A prop is considered anything movable or portable on set and many props are ordinary objects. Consumable food is also considered a prop. Props differ from the actor, scenery, costumes, and electrical equipment.

What does a props person do?

A props person or props master is an employee in either film, television, or theatrical production that is responsible for the purchase, acquiring, manufacturing, and storage of any props that may be needed for a production. The props person works with the other members of the production team to manage the physical appearance of the stage or set. They typically work with the script supervisor to maintain continuity throughout the different scenes of a production.

Pop Culture Objects

Santa’s Sleigh

Santa’s Sleigh is Santa’s most important piece of equipment. In the run up to Christmas, Santa’s elves help load the sleigh with presents for every boy and girl in the world (the ones who celebrate Christmas), making sure they are secure and in the correct order for delivery. They rein up Santa’s twelve magical reindeer to pull the sleigh, so on Christmas Eve night, Santa can ride the sleigh into the sky. The sleigh is led by the reindeer Rudolph, who has a bright red nose that lights up their way.

Santa’s Sleigh is 6’ (1.83 m) tall with an overall length of 28’8” (8.75 m).

Collection of drawings of Santa's Sleigh measured with overall height and length
Santa’s Sleigh is Santa’s most important piece of equipment. In the run up to Christmas, Santa’s elves help load the sleigh with presents for every boy and girl in the world (the ones who celebrate Christmas). They rein up Santa’s twelve magical reindeer to pull the sleigh through the sky.

Santa’s Sleigh is 6’ (1.83 m) tall with an overall length of 28’8” (8.75 m).

Collection of drawings of Santa's Sleigh measured with overall height and length
Santa’s Sleigh
Height:
6’ | 1.83 m
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28’8” | 8.75 m
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Writer: Clement Clarke Moore

Actor
First Appearance
1823 (A Visit from St Nicholas)

Drawings include:
Santa’s Sleigh side (flying)

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Iron Throne
Drawing of the Iron Throne from Game of Thrones with dimensions for height, width and seat height

The Iron Throne is the literal and metonymical seat of power of Westeros within George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy series and the adapted television series Game of Thrones. Located within the Red Keep throne room within the city of King’s Landing, the Iron Throne is forged by dragon fire from the swords of the conquered enemies of Aegon I Targaryen after he conquered the Seven Kingdoms.

As seen on HBO’s Game of Thrones, the Iron Throne is depicted as being 86” (7’2”) | 2.18 m tall, 65” (5’5”) | 1.65 m wide, and 71” (5’11”) | 1.80 m deep.

The Iron Throne is the literal and metonymical seat of power of Westeros within George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy series and the adapted television series Game of Thrones. The Iron Throne is located within the Red Keep throne room within the city of King’s Landing.

As seen on HBO’s Game of Thrones, the Iron Throne is depicted as being 86” (7’2”) | 2.18 m tall, 65” (5’5”) | 1.65 m wide, and 71” (5’11”) | 1.80 m deep.

Iron Throne
Height:
86.0” (7’2”) | 2.18 m
Width:
65.0” (5’5”) | 1.65 m
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Depth:
71.0” (5’11”) | 1.80 m
20" | .51 m
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Function: Royal Throne of Westeros
Location: Red Keep, King’s Landing

Age

Drawings include:
Iron Throne front elevation

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