The ICON of Halloween® known as Ghost Face
around the world was created by Alan Geller who worked
with a Chinese sculptor by the name of Mr. Fok in 1991.
The mask was discovered inside of an old house by
Marianne Maddalena who brought it to Wes Craven.
Merchandising rights between Miramax/Dimension
began with Fun World’s Alan Geller, Stanley Geller and
R.J. Torbert. It was here at these meetings that Torbert
wanted to give the name “just in case” the movie was a
success. He came up with Ghost Face® and had it
trademarked as well as The ICON of Halloween® which
was originally referenced by The New York Times in 1997.
The legendary mask continues to make history.
Ghost Face is a registered trademark of Fun World Div., Easter
Unlimited, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Ghost Face protected under worldwide copyright registration.
Fun World Div., Easter Unlimited, Inc. All Rights Reserved
“The Icon of Halloween” is a registered trademark of Fun World
Div., Easter Unlimited, Inc. All Rights Reserved.