Released in 1982, Steven Spielberg's classic E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial became a cultural phenomenon and set a box office record that would stand for 11 years, until Spielberg himself topped it with Jurassic Park. A big reason for this was the believability of the titular alien, brought to life on-screen by this Hero # 1 model. Created by three-time Academy Award-winner Carlo Rambaldi, the model was an engineering marvel, using 85 points of movement to bring the character to life. While the model recently sold for $2.56 million, it will be on display through January at Cineteca Milano-Museo Interattivo del Cinema (MIC) in Milan, Italy as part of a retrospective on Rambaldi's career.