Photo Gallery: ‘Breaking Bad’ Props and Costumes From the Museum of the Moving Image

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The notion that Breaking Bad is better than most (if not all) contemporary movies is basically regarded as gospel truth these days, and that may be why two venerable New York institutions, usually focused on film, are honoring its forthcoming final season with elaborate tributes. The Film Society of Lincoln Center is hosting episode screenings and cast/crew Q&As (more on those next week); out in Astoria, meanwhile, the marvelous Museum of the Moving Image is hosting an amazing exhibition of props, costumes, and various paraphernalia from the show’s run. The MoMI was kind enough to provide us with photos of the exhibit; check them out after the jump.

Photo credit: Sam Sudddaby/Museum of the Moving Image

Photo credit: Sam Sudddaby/Museum of the Moving Image

Photo credit: Sam Sudddaby/Museum of the Moving Image

Photo credit: Sam Sudddaby/Museum of the Moving Image

Photo credit: Wendell Walker/Museum of the Moving Image

Photo credit: Sam Sudddaby/Museum of the Moving Image

Photo credit: Sam Sudddaby/Museum of the Moving Image

Photo credit: Sam Sudddaby/Museum of the Moving Image

Photo credit: Sam Sudddaby/Museum of the Moving Image

Photo credit: Sam Sudddaby/Museum of the Moving Image

Photo credit: Sam Sudddaby/Museum of the Moving Image

Photo credit: Sam Sudddaby/Museum of the Moving Image

“From Mr. Chips to Scarface: Walter White’s Transformation in Breaking Bad” is on display through October 27 at the Museum of the Moving Image, located at 36-01 35th Avenue in Astoria, Queens. For more information, visit their website.