“Who is the living food for the machines in Metropolis? Let the machines starve!” – Tate
Metropolis Maschinenmensch 1:6 Scale Action Figure:
The first-ever licensed 1:6 scale Maschinenmensch robot!
Based on the 1927 silent film Metropolis.
Created with modern technology, using all the reference material available.
False Maria comes with the vast array of accessories!
Executive Replicas brings you the first-ever licensed 1:6 scale Maschinenmensch based on the silent film Metropolis, an extremely accurate representation of the robot as presented in the movie. The Metropolis Robot aka False Maria aka Maschinenmensch is one of the most iconic robots in film history and one of the first robots to be depicted in cinema. It’s also an historic piece of science-fiction history. The replication process used modern technology and all the reference material available to achieve the final product – this astonishing Metropolis Maschinenmensch 1:6 Scale Action Figure. Elegant in design, it comes with the vast array of accessories listed down below. This is truly a one-of-a-kind find you do not want to miss!
In 1927, Metropolis was released, a landmark film in cinema history not only because of the subject matter or the cost to produce the film (approximately 3 million dollars, the most expensive film made at the time), but because of the set design and the creation of the Maschinenmensch robot by Walter Schulze-Mittendorff. His creation was a beautiful work of art, reflecting the art-deco movement at the time, and was one of the first robots ever depicted in film. Mittendorff’s robot design still infatuates those seeing it for the first time, and the robot can stand alone as a majestic statue to sit proudly on anyone’s mantelpiece or table without them knowing it was from a film.