E.T. is ready for trick-or-treating with his ghost costume and pumpkin basket.
Big red shoes poke out from beneath the ghostly sheet.
E.T. is surrounded by toys, including a Lite-Brite.
Even more props have joined E.T., including this model ship.
Some fishing gear that you might find on the Orca in Jaws was stacked together.
THE HORROR MAKEUP SHOW!!!!!
This unit had a particularly vintage vibe to it, with typewriters, old clocks, and telephone booths. We’re thinking these might be references to Murder She Wrote. What do you think?
Extra space is filled in with filmmaking equipment and shipping crates.
There are now signs hanging throughout the store labeling each section like they might be in a film warehouse.
While some sections are organized by genre, such as “Western”, others are organized by type, like “Household.”
There’s even a straightforward “Costumes” section.
“Plants” and “Tropical” are two different shelves.
Some of the props are labeled by time period: Medieval and Midcentury.
One shelf just has lamps and is appropriately subtitled “lights/lighting.”
One of the coolest things about the store were these new videos playing on the screens, which Team Members happened to be testing while we were looking around.
The video displays shipping crates labeled “Universal Legacy Store”, which indicates that’s the store’s official name.
The shipping crates rotate and open, revealing different construction images, concept art pieces, and props.
Some of the video crates have stickers, such as this one for Earthquake.
Universal Studios Escape was short lived…
One crate was even stamped with a “Cursed” warning.
We caught a little bit of the Back to the Future: The Ride pre-show on here.
Among the props and images were vintage Universal Studios Florida advertisements. The one above features Doc Brown, King Kong, and E.T.
This vintage newspaper announces the park’s official opening and has an article to the side about the now defunct Jaws ride.
The original guide maps for Universal Studios Florida were pictured inside one crate.
You might recognize some of these props and pictures as items that can be found throughout the store.
The lids slide up and down on the screens.
Unfortunately, the video was just testing, so we only got to watch it for a few minutes, but it seemed like it could go on forever. For a look at even more props in the store, check our previous posts below.