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Auction Description for Profiles in History: Debbie Reynolds - The Auction Finale Day 1

Debbie Reynolds - The Auction Finale Day 1

by Profiles in History

Platinum House

494 lots | 493 with images

May 17, 2014

Live Auction

6514 Lankershim Blvd.

North Hollywood, CA, 91606 USA

Phone: 310-859-7701

Email: info@profilesinhistory.com

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William Holden

Lot 495: William Holden " Shears" tan shirt from The Bridge on the River Kwai.

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Description: 495. William Holden “ Shears” tan shirt designed by John Wilson-Apperson from The Bridge on the River Kwai. (Columbia, 1957) Tan cotton military shirt with two flap pockets and shoulder epaulets. Handwritten in collar, “HOLDEN”. Designed by John Wilson-Apperson. Worn by William Holden as “Shears” on the set discussing a scene with David Lean in The Bridge on the River Kwai. Possibly worn in a deleted scene. $800 - $1,200

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Aldo Ray

Lot 494: Aldo Ray "James Vanning" black and grey jacket from Nightfall.

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Description: 494. Aldo Ray “James Vanning” black and grey jacket from Nightfall. (Columbia, 1957) Black and grey marled two button slit pocket jacket with grey satin lining. Handwritten in inside pocket, “Aldo-Ray 2PC-Suit” with studio cleaning tag. Sleeves have been shortened post production. Small hole near pocket. Worn by Aldo Ray as “James Vanning” when Ann Bancroft picks him up in a bar in Nightfall. $300 - $500

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Taina Elg

Lot 493: Taina Elg "Angele Ducros" champagne chiffon gown designed by Orry-Kelly from Les Girls.

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Description: 493. Taina Elg “Angele Ducros” champagne chiffon gown designed by Orry-Kelly from Les Girls. (MGM, 1957) Varying shades of champagne chiffon gown with striped skirt. Handwritten label, “1707 5617 Taina Elg”. Exhibits a few tears in chiffon and fraying. Designed by Orry-Kelly. Worn by Taina Elg as “Angele Ducros” when her husband (Jacques Bergerac) walks out on her in Les Girls. $800 - $1,200

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Silver lame dance leotard with silver bugle bead fringe used in The Best Thing in Life Are Free.

Lot 492: Silver lame dance leotard with silver bugle bead fringe used in The Best Thing in Life Are Free.

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Description: 492. Spectacular silver lame dance leotard with silver bugle bead fringe used in The Best Thing in Life Are Free. (TCF, 1956)  Silver lame dance leotard with silver bugle bead long fringe and trimmed in varying shapes and sizes of rhinestones. Zip back closure. No label.  Beads are tangled with minimal loss. Costume supervision by Charles Le Maire.  Worn by a model in the picture frame with a cocktail shaker in “If I Had a Talking Picture of You” number in The Best Things in Life are Free.  Most likely created previously for a major star to wear in another production. $800 - $1,200

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Sheree North

Lot 491: Sheree North "Kitty Kane" dance costume from The Best Things in Life Are Free.

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Description: 491. Sheree North “Kitty Kane” dance costume designed by Charles Le Maire from The Best Things in Life Are Free. (TCF, 1956) Beige jersey leotard covered in nude chiffon with crisscross gold sequins and bugle beads accented with yellow, ivory and orange feathers and trimmed with gold metallic fringe and rhinestones. Handwritten label, “Sheree North and 20th Century label “A771-25”. Straps are detached in back. Some bead and rhinestone loss. Designed by Charles Le Maire. Worn by Sheree North as “Kitty Kane” in the beginning of the “Black Bottom” number in The Best Things in Life Are Free. $600 - $800

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Gordon MacRae

Lot 490: Gordon MacRae "B.G. 'Buddy' De Sylva" period suit from The Best Things in Life are Free.

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Description: 490. Gordon MacRae “B.G. ‘Buddy’ De Sylva” period suit designed by Charles Le Maire from The Best Things in Life are Free. (TCF, 1956) Black, white and grey speckled period suit. One-button, two flap pocket jacket with pearl grey lining. Western Costume label typed, “25-2012-1 / Gordon MacRae / 43 ½” with studio cleaning tag. Two slit pocket hook & eye zip front closure knickers. Western Costume label typed, “25-2012-1 / Gordon MacRae / Ch.#26 / 34 33 ½” with studio cleaning tag. Designed by Charles Le Marie. Worn by Gordon MacRae as “B.G. ‘Buddy’ De Sylva” when he is on the Hollywood set in The Best Things in Life Are Free. $400 - $600

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Ernest Borgnine

Lot 489: Ernest Borgnine "Lew Brown" period brown suit from The Best Things in Life are Free.

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Description: 489. Ernest Borgnine “Lew Brown” period brown suit designed by Charles Le Maire from The Best Things in Life are Free. (TCF, 1956) 3-piece wool brown suit with ivory and orange square pattern. Two-button jacket with open and flap pockets lined in taupe. Western Costume label typed, “25-2025-1 / Ernest Borgnine / 47 ½ / Ch.#23&25” with studio cleaning tag. Exhibits minor soiling on lining, small brown stain on sleeve with a few small repairs on back center. Six button four slit pocket vest with same label, studio cleaning tag and stamp. Two slit pocket knickers with silver metal buckles with hook & eye zip front closure. Western Costume label typed, “25-2025-1 / Ernest Borgnine / Ch.#23&25 / 41 31 ½” and handwritten, “40 29” with studio stamp and cleaning tag. Designed by Charles Le Maire. Worn by Ernest Borgnine as “Lew Brown” on the Hollywood set in The Best Things in Life Are Free. $400 - $600

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Cornel Wilde

Lot 488: Cornel Wilde "Pierre St. Laurent" red period jacket, cape and pantaloons from Star of India.

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Description: 488. Cornel Wilde “Pierre St. Laurent” red period jacket, cape and pantaloons from Star of India. (UA, 1956) Crimson red velvet period coat with eleven gold metal filigree buttons down front and four on red ribbed satin cuffs (one replacement) and lined in crimson satin. Western Costume label typed, “2436 3 / CORNELL WIDE / 35”. Repair on middle back seam. Exhibits fading and spotting along bottom and shoulders. Velvet is frayed along collar. Pair of raspberry colored, textured satin pantaloons with front button closure, with crisscross tie in back and eight silver metal buttons on bottom closure. Label removed. Pair of rust nylon tights. No label. Orange velvet cape with gold brocade lining and long orange twisted cord with ball ends. Three neck hooks. Western Costume label handwritten, “CORNELL WILDE 2436-1 Doubles” and stamped, “S. GOLDWYN”. Cord is slightly worn. Orange velvet cape lined with orange brocade lining and raspberry twisted cord braided with ball ends. Two hooks at neck closure. Western Costume label handwritten, “CORNEL WILDE 2436-1” and stamped “United 45”. Several light black stains near bottom. Small white stain on lining. $800 - $1,200

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Estelle Winwood

Lot 487: Estelle Winwood "Symphorosa" crocheted period dress designed by Helen Rose from The Swan.

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Description: 487. Estelle Winwood “Symphorosa” crocheted period dress designed by Helen Rose from The Swan. (MGM, 1956) Beautifully crocheted ivory top with netting on neck and sleeves, pale butternut satin sash and accented with soft peach, brown and orange velvet flowers and green leaves. Alternating hook & eye and snap back closure. Handwritten label “1684 4731 Estelle Winwood” plus “81 W. 26” and stamped “MGM Wardrobe”. Very pale yellow long skirt with snap closure. Handwritten label, “18 6-D W.25 ½ MGM”. Skirt is not original to film and paired with top post production. Netting on top has been repaired and is fraying. Bottom on skirt is soiled. Designed by Helen Rose. Worn by Estelle Winwood as “Symphorosa” in several scenes including the one where they are touring the hall of ancestors in The Swan. $400 - $600

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Estelle Winwood

Lot 486: Estelle Winwood "Symphorosa" black period dress designed by Helen Rose made for The Swan.

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Description: 486. Estelle Winwood “Symphorosa” black period dress designed by Helen Rose made for The Swan. (MGM, 1956) Soft lavender satin period dress with black lace overlay of pale yellow, purple, pink and green flowers. Silk chiffon neck and kick with black lace netting. Black velvet sash. Dress and sash accented with jet beading. Back button and zip closure plus zippers on sleeves. Handwritten label ,”1684 4734 Estelle Winwood”. Studio cleaning tag. Black netting is torn on shoulders and arms. Also fraying on bottom of skirt. Created by Helen Rose for Estelle Winwood as “Symphorosa” for The Swan but not in the final version of the film. $400 - $600

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Anne Baxter

Lot 485: Anne Baxter "Nefretiri" ivory period dress made for The Ten Commandments.

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Description: 485. Anne Baxter “Nefretiri” ivory period dress made for The Ten Commandments. (Paramount, 1956) Ivory wool crepe, sleeveless V-neck full length dress with delicate tassel ties on bodice with two long slits up skirt. Hook & eye back closure. Paramount label handwritten, “ANNE BAXTER”. Slightly soiled along bottom. Half the hem is detached at seam. Exhibits minor stains and pulls. Created for Anne Baxter as “Nefretiri” from The Ten Commandments but not in the final version of the film. $600 - $800

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Jeanne Crain

Lot 484: Jeanne Crain "Dora Temple" grey period dress from The Fastest Gun Alive.

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Description: 484. Jeanne Crain “Dora Temple” grey period dress from The Fastest Gun Alive. (MGM, 1956) Grey period dress with black, orange and rust stripes, pale grey satin collar and cuffs with two rows of self-covered buttons along bodice. Hook & eye front closure. Handwritten internal bias label, “1689 4980 Jeanne Crain” and handwritten, “Ann Sheridan”. Both shoulders have tears and are discolored. Minor soiling along collar. Several repairs along skirt with minor soiling. Worn by Jeanne Crain as “Dora Temple” when her husband Glenn Ford makes the decision to show the townspeople who he really is in The Fastest Gun Alive. $600 - $800

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Betty Grable

Lot 483: Betty Grable "Stormy Tornado" blue and ivory silk pajamas from How to be Very, Very Popular.

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Description: 483. Betty Grable “Stormy Tornado” blue and ivory silk pajamas from How to be Very, Very Popular. (TCF, 1955) A pair of Men’s Saks Fifth Avenue blue and ivory-striped silk pajamas with mother of pearl buttons and drawstring bottoms. Handwritten label, “A-745 Betty Grable” in both pieces. Fox cleaning tag in bottoms. Size S. Costume supervision by Travilla. Worn by Betty Grable as “Stormy Tornado” when Robert Cummings gives her his pajamas to wear in How To Be Very, Very Popular. $400 - $600

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Sheree North

Lot 482: Sheree North "Curly Flagg" black velvet hat made for How To Be Very, Very Popular.

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Description: 482. Sheree North “Curly Flagg” black velvet hat designed by Travilla made for How To Be Very, Very Popular. (TCF, 1955) Small round black velvet hat with aqua and black feathers accented with a silver sequin bow. Handwritten label, “A-745 J#04 Sheree North”. Created by Travilla for Sheree North as “Curly Flagg” but not in the final version of the film. $200 - $300

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Cornel Wilde

Lot 481: Cornel Wilde "Maj. John Boulton" brown period coat made for The Scarlet Coat.

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Description: 481. Cornel Wilde “Maj. John Boulton” brown period coat designed by Walter Plunkett made for The Scarlet Coat. (MGM, 1955) Brown speckled five button period wool coat with red, orange, green and ivory accents, gold metal buttons and lined in mocha brown cotton. MGM label handwritten, “CORNEL WILDE 813 4707”. Created by Walter Plunkett for Cornel Wilde as “Maj. John Boulton” in The Scarlet Coat but not in the final film version. $200 - $300

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Bette Davis

Lot 480: Bette Davis "Queen Elizabeth I" petticoat and (2) nightcaps from The Virgin Queen.

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Description: 480. Bette Davis “Queen Elizabeth I” petticoat and (2) nightcaps designed by Mary Wills from The Virgin Queen. (TCF, 1955) 1. Pale green 3-layered full petticoat with five black bias tape stripes along bottom (added post production). Hook & eye back closure. Internal bias label handwritten, “A-744 J#28 Bette Davis” and studio cleaning tag. 2. Ivory wool night cap with ties and pale pink silk lining. Internal label handwritten, “A-744 J#36 Bette Davis”. Ivory material is badly damaged with moth holes. 3. Second cap is made of pale pink silk and decorated with gold bullion lace and ivory satin ribbed ties. Handwritten label, “A-744 J#36”. Ties are not original. Designed by Mary Wills. Worn by Bette Davis as “Queen Elizabeth I”. Petticoat worn while Paul Douglas reads her a poem and when she tells her ladies in waiting they are going to the court of France. Nightcap worn when Joan Collins pleads with Davis in The Virgin Queen. $1,000 - $2,000

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Agnes Moorehead

Lot 479: Agnes Moorehead "Aggie" maroon period dress designed by Renie from Untamed.

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Description: 479. Agnes Moorehead “Aggie” maroon period dress designed by Renie from Untamed. (TCF, 1955) Maroon wool period full skirt dress with ¾-length puff sleeves with nude chiffon sleeve inserts trimmed in delicate crochet with soft scoop neckline. Hook & eye, snap and back lace up closure. Detached beige crocheted collar accented with a salmon pink silk taffeta bow. Internal bias label handwritten, “Agnes Moorehead A-726” and stamped, “12”. Collar and sleeve inserts added post production. Inserts are frayed and repaired. Designed by Renie. Worn by Agnes Moorehead as “Aggie” in the final scene with Tyrone Power and Susan Hayward in Untamed. Lot includes a black period hat not pictured. $600 - $800

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Cornelia Otis Skinner

Lot 478: Cornelia Otis Skinner "Mrs. Thaw" taupe period dress and hat from The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing

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Description: 478. Cornelia Otis Skinner “Mrs. Thaw” taupe period dress and hat designed by Charles Le Maire from The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing. (TCF, 1955) Taupe long period dress with brown and ivory leaf pattern and accented with delicate ivory lace along neckline and cuffs, attached self-material belt, with tan sateen slip. Back zipper with fourteen small self-material buttons and hook & eye closure. Internal bias label handwritten, “A-752 J#34 Cornelia O. Skinner”. Lace has discolored and exhibits several large tears. Hem is detached on dress and slip in several sections along seam. Bottom of slip is soiled. Brown felt period hat accented with salmon ribbed satin ribbon. 20th Century Fox internal bias label handwritten, “A-752-87 Cornelia O. Skinner”. Designed by Charles Le Maire. Worn by Cornelia Otis Skinner as “Mrs. Thaw”. Dress worn by Skinner while discussing her son’s trial with her lawyer and hat worn at the end of the trial in The Girl in the Red Velvet Swing. $600 - $800

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Kim Novak

Lot 477: Kim Novak "Marjorie 'Madge' Owens" day dress designed by Jean Louis from Picnic.

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Description: 477. Kim Novak “Marjorie ‘Madge’ Owens” day dress designed by Jean Louis from Picnic. (Columbia, 1955) Cotton V-neck, sleeveless day dress of varying shades of green with splashes of pink. Columbia label handwritten, “Kim Novak”. Back zip closure. Dress has been modified from its original off the shoulder, small puff sleeves. Designed by Jean Louis. Worn by Kim Novak as “Marjorie ‘Madge’ Owens” in the opening scenes after she washes her hair, meets William Holden, and tries on her beauty contest dress in Picnic. $2,000 - $3,000

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Bob Fosse

Lot 476: Bob Fosse "Frank Lippincott" light beige jacket from My Sister Eileen.

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Description: 476. Bob Fosse “Frank Lippincott” light beige jacket from My Sister Eileen. (Columbia, 1955) Light beige linen blend three button jacket with pale peach satin ribbed lining. Lobell and Son label typed “Bob Fosse / 8-27-54 / 6602”, handwritten, “#2 / 2pc.-SUIT” and studio cleaning tag. Worn by Bob Fosse as “Frank Lippincott” during the “Give Me a Band and My Baby” number with Betty Garrett, Janet Leigh and Tommy Rall in My Sister Eileen. $600 - $800

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Jean Simmons

Lot 475: Jean Simmons "Desiree Clary" straw hat designed by Rene Hubert and Charles Le Maire from Desirée.

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Description: 475. Jean Simmons “Desiree Clary” straw hat designed by Rene Hubert and Charles Le Maire from Desirée. (TCF, 1954) Large brimmed floppy straw hat accented with faux daisies and small yellow flowers with aqua velvet sash and long ribbon. 20th Century Fox label and internal label handwritten, “1-39-2-4748 725-39 JEAN SIMMONS”. Exhibits several creases and tears. Measures 21” across. Flowers and ribbon switched out post production. Designed by Rene Hubert and Charles Le Maire. Worn by Jean Simmons as “Desiree Clary” in the beginning of the film when she runs into her house in Desiree. $400 - $600

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Cathleen Nesbitt

Lot 474: Cathleen Nesbitt "Mme. Bonaparte" chiffon gown from Desirée.

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Description: 474. Cathleen Nesbitt “Mme. Bonaparte” chiffon gown designed by Rene Hubert and Charles Le Maire from Desirée. (TCF, 1954) Pale gray and fuchsia chiffon over ivory silk crepe court gown with gathered long sleeves, trimmed with gold metal lace along neckline and waist, accented with metallic gold leaves and small amber and blue beads. Internal bias label handwritten, “1-27-7-8095 A725-54 C. NESBITT”. Zip back closure. Exhibits one very small black mark on middle back. Very minimal leaf and bead loss. Designed by Rene Hubert and Charles Le Maire. Worn by Cathleen Nisbett as “Mme. Bonaparte” at the dinner party in Desirée. $800 - $1,200

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Ginger Rogers

Lot 473: Ginger Rogers "Carlotta 'Lottie' Marin" hat designed by Travilla from Black Widow.

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Description: 473. Ginger Rogers “Carlotta ‘Lottie’ Marin” hat designed by Travilla from Black Widow. (TCF, 1954) Round straw hat accented with small rhinestones and mauve silk turban. Rex Inc. Beverly Hills California tag and internal label handwritten, “1-39-1-4787 G. Rogers A-730”. Turban has been added post production. Designed by Travilla. Worn by Ginger Rogers as “Carlotta ‘Lottie’ Marin” when Van Heflin tells her to stay away from he and his wife (Gene Tierney) in Black Widow. $300 - $500

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Joanne Dru

Lot 472: Joanne Dru "Nora Curtis" ivory & blue striped period dress designed by Renie for Siege at Red River.

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Description: 472. Joanne Dru “Nora Curtis” ivory and blue striped period dress designed by Renie for Siege at Red River. (TF, 1954) Ivory and blue striped short sleeve period dress with shoulder ruffles, long row of mother of pearl buttons (two replacements) along front with ivory eyelet lace collar and sleeve accent. Hook & eye snap front closure. Internal bias label typed “1 27 7 6048” and handwritten, “517-80”. Western Costume Co. label handwritten, “Joanne Dru 99-7708-1”. Exhibits discoloration overall with tearing along shoulders. Designed by Renie. Worn by Joanne Dru as “Nora Curtis”. $400 - $600

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Esther Williams blue sequined bathing suit designed by Helen Rose made for Deep in My Heart.

Lot 471: Esther Williams blue sequined bathing suit designed by Helen Rose made for Deep in My Heart.

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Description: 471. Esther Williams blue sequined bathing suit designed by Helen Rose made for Deep in My Heart. (MGM, 1954) Dark blue sequined, one-shoulder bathing suit with nude section on one side decorated with silver sequins, metal rhinestone stars and faceted discs, trimmed at hipline with short pleats outlined with dark blue bugle beads. Hook & eye with zip back closure. Internal bias label handwritten, “1654 3837 Esther Williams”. 3 x 2 in. section on front and 3 x 3 in. section on back exhibits discoloration and missing sequins with several other small patches with sequin loss. Designed by Helen Rose. Worn by Esther Williams as a guest star in the “Girlies of the Cabaret” number, which was cut from Deep In My Heart but on the DVD extras. $1,000 - $2,000

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Doe Avedon

Lot 470: Doe Avedon "Lillian Harris Romberg" grey dress designed by Helen Rose from Deep in My Heart.

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Description: 470. Doe Avedon “Lillian Harris Romberg” grey dress designed by Helen Rose from Deep in My Heart. (MGM, 1954) Checked pale grey, light blue and ivory wool skirt with pale blue raw silk sleeveless top. No label. Coordinating pale grey jacket with open pockets. Handwritten label, “Doe Avedon 1654-3732”. Both pieces exhibit stains under armpits. Jacket has stains on front middle section. Exhibits minor soiling on shoulders and neck. Designed by Helen Rose. Worn by Doe Avedon as “Lillian Harris Romberg” when Jose Ferrer visits her at her cabin and they get into a fight in Deep in My Heart. $400 - $600

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Ann Blyth

Lot 469: Ann Blyth "Kathie" top and skirt designed by Helen Rose from The Student Prince and Deep in My Heart

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Description: 469. Ann Blyth “Kathie” top and skirt designed by Helen Rose from The Student Prince and Deep in My Heart. (MGM, 1954) 1. Ivory chiffon period top with three quarter length puff sleeves accented with delicate lace on neckline and cuffs. Lined in nude silk. Zip and snap back closure. Handwritten internal bias label, “1596 3463 Ann Blyth”. Lace is yellowed slightly and exhibits some pulls mostly along the cuffs. Soiling in armpits. 2. Pale blue wool layered peasant skirt accented with ivory, green, gold and salmon embroidery trimmed with delicate ivory lace. Handwritten internal bias label, “1596-3465 Ann Blyth”. Exhibits minor soiling and very small holes in the back. Designed by Helen Rose. Top worn by Ann Blyth as “Kathie” in The Student Prince and skirt used in a musical number in Deep In My Heart. $400 - $600

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Spencer Tracy

Lot 468: Spencer Tracy "Matt Devereaux" jacket designed by Travilla from Broken Lance.

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Description: 468. Spencer Tracy “Matt Devereaux” jacket designed by Travilla from Broken Lance. (TCF, 1954) Steel blue wool jacket with grey stripe accents, four buttons, flap pockets and lined in dark grey ribbed satin. Western Costume label typed, “67-2079-1 / S. Tracy / 45”. Designed by Travilla. Worn by Spencer Tracy as “Matt Devereaux” talking to his son Richard Widmark about the ranch in Broken Lance. $600 - $800

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Gene Tierney

Lot 467: Gene Tierney "Baketamon" period dress designed by Charles Le Maire from The Egyptian.

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Description: 467. Gene Tierney “Baketamon” period dress designed by Charles Le Maire from The Egyptian. (TCF, 1954) Pewter grey and gold lame thin striped V-neck sleeveless period dress accented with red and gold yarn double belt and hip scarf with small looped gold metal chains on shoulders. Belt and hip scarf were added post production. Handwritten internal bias label, “1-25-1-4598 Gene Tierney A-722-09”. Hook & eye, snap and zip back closure. Soiled under the arms. Wardrobe designed by Charles Le Maire, Sam Benson and Ed Wynigear. Worn by Gene Tierney as “Baketamon” entering the throne room and sitting next to her mother Taia (Judith Evelyn) when she realizes that Sinuhe (Edmund Purdom) is her son in The Egyptian. $2,000 - $3,000

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Jane Powell

Lot 466: Jane Powell "Athena Mulvain" ivory shirt designed by Walter Plunkett and Helen Rose from Athena.

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Description: 466. Jane Powell “Athena Mulvain” ivory shirt designed by Walter Plunkett and Helen Rose from Athena. (MGM, 1954) Ivory ribbed cotton short sleeve shirt with seven cloth buttons. Handwritten internal bias label, “1650-3696 J. Powell”. Garment is soiled overall. Collar has paper, which is stiff. Designed by Walter Plunkett and Helen Rose. Worn by Jane Powell as “Athena Mulvain” when Vic Damone visits the Health Shop to see Debbie Reynolds in Athena. $300 - $500

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Rita Hayworth

Lot 465: Rita Hayworth "Princess Salome" ivory pleated dress designed by Jean Louis made for Salome.

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Description: 465. Rita Hayworth “Princess Salome” ivory pleated dress designed by Jean Louis made for Salome. (Columbia, 1953) Ivory silk tiny pleated sleeveless long dress lined in nude chiffon on bodice and jersey on skirt. Hook & eye zip back closure. Columbia Pictures label handwritten, “Rita Hayworth #1297” with studio cleaning tag. Chiffon and jersey exhibits tears and separations, hem is frayed and soiled with very light soiling along shoulders and small brown stain on skirt. Created by Jean Louis for Rita Hayworth as “Princess Salome” but not in the final version of the film. $600 - $800

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Mitzi Gaynor

Lot 464: Mitzi Gaynor "Eva Tanguay" headpiece made for The I Don't Care Girl.

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Description: 464. Mitzi Gaynor “Eva Tanguay” headpiece designed by Renie made for The I Don’t Care Girl and feather hat made for Bloodhounds of Broadway. (TCF, 1953) 1.  Aqua feather headpiece accented with silver metal discs, faux pearls and rhinestones.  21 in. in height.  Handwritten label, “MITZI GAYNOR A-656-21”.  Created by Renie for Mitzi Gaynor as “Eva Tanguay” in The I Don’t Care Girl but not in the final version of the film.  2.  Orange and black feather bird hat with chinstrap.  Internal bias label handwritten, “MITZI GAYNOR A-674”.  Feathers are faded on tips and head of bird is torn.  Created by Travilla for Bloodhounds of Broadway. $200 - $300

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Marge Champion

Lot 463: Marge Champion "Madelyn Corlane" dance outfit made for Give a Girl a Break

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Description: 463. Marge Champion “Madelyn Corlane” dance outfit designed by Herschel McCoy and Helen Rose made for Give a Girl a Break. (MGM, 1953) Red and ivory jersey striped strapless dance outfit accented with small gold and black sequins and two rows of twisted black and gold small beads and tassels along neckline. Hook & eye, snap and crisscross lace up back closure with braided gold lame tie. Internal bias label handwritten, “1608-2659 Marge Champion”. Some bead and sequin loss. Some of the ivory stripes have black and red stains, mostly on back. Created by Herschel McCoy and Helen Rose for Marge Champion as “Madelyn Corlane” but not in the final version of the film. $400 - $600

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Jetsy Parker pink dance dress designed by Helen Rose from I Love Melvin.

Lot 462: Jetsy Parker pink dance dress designed by Helen Rose from I Love Melvin.

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Description: 462. Jetsy Parker pink dance dress designed by Helen Rose from I Love Melvin. (MGM, 1953) 2-piece pink silk dance outfit heavily garnished with raspberry sequins, purple tassels, gold lame trim, and hot pink silk flowers. Off the shoulder top with hook & eye back closure. Internal bias label handwritten, “1584 Jetsy Parker” and “Sharon Lucas” in pen. Exhibits fading under the arms. Skirt has internal bias label handwritten, “Maregerite Hogan”. Hook & eye with snap back closure. Underlining of red stiff chiffon. Some strands of sequins and gold cording are detached on both pieces and have minimal soiling. Also comes with a pair of long white nylon gloves with three faux pearl buttons. Outfit has had numerous modifications and alterations. Photos show Jetsy Parker dancing (with a hoop) as Debbie Reynolds and Donald O’Connor watch at the movies in I Love Melvin. $600 - $800

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Debbie Reynolds / Elaine Stewart red period dress designed by Helen Rose made for I Love Melvin.

Lot 461: Debbie Reynolds / Elaine Stewart red period dress designed by Helen Rose made for I Love Melvin.

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Description: 461. Debbie Reynolds / Elaine Stewart red period dress designed by Helen Rose made for I Love Melvin. (MGM, 1953) 2-piece period dress of hot pink under layer with sheer red gathered top layer trimmed with red netting, gold lame and red satin cording, gold and pink tassels with pink silk flowers. Long sleeve open V-neckline, hook & eye zip back closure. Internal bias label handwritten, “1584 Elaine Stewart” and “Stephanie Epper”. Long skirt has hook & eye with snap back closure. Internal bias label handwritten, “1584 9897 Debbie Reynolds”. Both pieces exhibit tears and separations especially along sleeves and bottom of skirt. Created by Helen Rose for I Love Melvin. $600 - $800

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Clifton Webb

Lot 460: Clifton Webb "Robert Jordan" complete boy scout uniform from Mister Scoutmaster.

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Description: 460. Clifton Webb “Robert Jordan” complete boy scout uniform from Mister Scoutmaster. (TCF, 1953) Undoubtedly the most significant and memorable Boy Scouts of America-themed film of all time. Original complete uniform worn by Clifton Webb in the title role of “Robert Jordan” in Mister Scoutmaster, consisting of shirt with patches, long shorts, two neckties, and a fragment of a belt. Internal TCF label in shirt is typed: “JOB A-709/ Date 4-53/ C. WEBB/ INV. 3-85-2-8761” and shorts same, with “8765” in inventory field, plus TCF rubber stamp on pocket lining. Please note that either one or more patches were added later, or his character’s patch displays may have changed during the course of film’s progress. $600 - $800

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Carmen Miranda green dress used by Frances Bergen

Lot 459: Carmen Miranda green dress used by Frances Bergen "Lady Astor" from Titanic.

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Description: 459. Carmen Miranda green dress used by Frances Bergen “Lady Astor” from Titanic. (TCF, 1953) Emerald green floor length long sleeve wool dress with self-covered buttons down the entire front finished in white fur and ermine tails. Internal bias label handwritten, “C MIRANDA” and stamped, “30439”. One button missing and detached on front and all five buttons missing on cuffs. Group of ermine tails is detached. Exhibits a few moth holes. Originally created for Carmen Miranda. Under the costume supervision of Dorothy Jeakins, Frances Bergen as “Lady Astor” wears it as a robe over her nightgown when she is on deck and is put into a lifeboat in Titanic. $800 - $1,200

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Barbara Stanwyck

Lot 458: Barbara Stanwyck "Julia Sturges" ivory nightgown designed by Dorothy Jeakins from Titanic.

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Description: 458. Barbara Stanwyck “Julia Sturges” ivory nightgown designed by Dorothy Jeakins from Titanic. (TCF, 1953) Ivory crepe sleeveless, V-neck nightgown with soft scalloped edges on bottom, ivory crocheted netting on bodice with ivory pleated chiffon overlay on bottom. Ivory ribbed satin and gold lame thread waist ribbon with powder blue lining. Seven self-material buttons with hook & eye, snap and zip back closure. Internal bias label handwritten, “1-81-5-4628 Barbara Stanwyck A691-07”. Studio cleaning tag. Waist ribbon added and sleeves removed post production. Bottom slightly soiled. Designed by Dorothy Jeakins. Worn by Barbara Stanwyck as “Julia Sturges” when Clifton Webb comes to the cabin after the ship hits the iceberg to get his family to the lifeboats in Titanic. $2,000 - $3,000

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Thelma Ritter

Lot 457: Thelma Ritter "Maude Young" period dress designed by Dorothy Jeakins from Titanic.

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Description: 457. Thelma Ritter “Maude Young” period dress designed by Dorothy Jeakins from Titanic. (TCF, 1953) Aqua and metallic gold, soft square neck, no sleeve period dress accented with black chiffon encrusted with rhinestones, iridescent dark blue beads and discs with varying shapes and sizes of silver beads and silver bead tassel in back. Separate black chiffon beaded piece used along shoulders. Crisscross lace up and zip back closure. Internal bias label handwritten, “1-27-7-7882 Thelma Ritter A691-12”. Neckline has been altered post production. Designed by Dorothy Jeakins. Worn by Thelma Ritter as “Maude Young” during the very long bridge game in Titanic. $1,000 - $2,000

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Betty Grable

Lot 456: Betty Grable "Molly Larkins" potato sack designed by Travilla from Farmer Takes a Wife.

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Description: 456. Betty Grable “Molly Larkins” potato sack designed by Travilla from Farmer Takes a Wife. (TCF, 1953) Missouri potato sack. Handwritten label, “1-25-1-4238 BETTY GRABLE A-671-58”. Exhibits a few holes. Designed by Travilla. Worn by Betty Grable as “Molly Larkins” during the “We’re in Business” number with Gwen Verdon in Farmer Takes a Wife. $600 - $800

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Ava Gardner

Lot 455: Ava Gardner "Eloise Y. Kelly" tan jacket designed by Helen Rose from Mogambo.

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Description: 455. Ava Gardner “Eloise Y. Kelly” tan jacket designed by Helen Rose from Mogambo. (MGM, 1953) Tan wool long sleeve safari jacket with tan suede elbows, three pleated pockets, front zip and partially lined in tan silk. Internal bias label typed, “DBL. AVA GARDNER #1616 2617”. Buttons are missing their covers. One elbow has a .5 in. tear and other has two minor stains. Designed by Helen Rose. Worn by Ava Gardner as “Eloise Y. Kelly” aka Honey Bear Kelly when telling Brownie (Philip Stainton) her scars of life in Mogambo. $2,000 - $3,000

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Grace Kelly

Lot 454: Grace Kelly "Linda Nordley" safari outfit designed by Helen Rose from Mogambo.

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Description: 454. Grace Kelly “Linda Nordley” safari outfit designed by Helen Rose from Mogambo. (MGM, 1953) Mocha raw silk short jacket with self-material buckle and silk lining. Interior bias label handwritten, “-2614 GRACE KELLY DOUBLE (crossed out)”. Skirt with two slant pockets. Designed by Helen Rose. Worn by Grace Kelly as “Linda Nordley” arriving at the priest’s compound. The jacket is held in her arms. Also worn in the final scene of the film as she and her husband board the boat to go home in Mogambo. $3,000 - $5,000

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Ezio Pinza

Lot 453: Ezio Pinza "Feodor Chaliapin" satin smoking jacket designed by Renie from Tonight We Sing.

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Description: 453. Ezio Pinza “Feodor Chaliapin” satin smoking jacket designed by Renie from Tonight We Sing. (TCF, 1953) Patterned rose colored satin smoking jacket with brown quilted satin lapel and cuffs with same colored lining and buttons. Two sets of black satin cord frogs and slit pockets. 20th Century Fox label typed, “A675 5-52 / E. PINZA / 3-41-7-3330”. Exhibits fading on sleeves and collar. Designed by Renie. Worn by Ezio Pinza as “Feodor Chaliapin” in the scene where David Wayne comes to him saying he has to close his production in Tonight We Sing. $400 - $600

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Jean Simmons

Lot 452: Jean Simmons "Young Bess" green period dress made for Young Bess and use in Diane.

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Description: 452. Jean Simmons “Young Bess” green period dress designed by Walter Plunkett made for Young Bess and used in Diane. (MGM, 1953) Green velvet period dress accented with delicate lace collar decorated with gold bullion, diamond pattern cut velvet skirt insert. Hook & eye and snap back closure with crisscross lace up tie. Handwritten internal bias label, “1604-2297 Jean Simmons”. Velvet is discolored along front. Skirt insert has faded. Originally the same green as the velvet. Created by Walter Plunkett for Jean Simmons as “Young Bess” but not in the final version of the film. Three years later, Taina Elg as “Alys” wears this dress on the balcony when Roger Moore returns with his new wife and is told by Elg that Lana Turner is not available to see him in Diane. $800 - $1,200

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Fay Wray

Lot 451: Fay Wray "Annette, Marquise de St. Malo" period dress from Treasure of the Golden Condor.

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Description: 451. Fay Wray “Annette, Marquise de St. Malo” period dress designed by Dorothy Jeakins from Treasure of the Golden Condor. (TCF, 1953) Lavender and beige vertical striped silk period dress accented with ivory cotton semi shear cuffs and ivory netting along neckline with faux pale pink and peach flowers at center. Hook & eye, snap and crisscross lace up back closure. Internal bias label handwritten, “1-27-7-7787 Fay Wray A668-16”. Netting and flowers added post production. Silk is frayed and splitting especially near seams and bottom of skirt mostly in the back. The back bottom 3 in. hem is completely detached due to the weight of a chain sewn in to balance the skirt. There is a small section of material missing in the front center of the skirt. Silk is slightly discolored overall. Bottom of skirt needs extensive restoration. Designed by Dorothy Jeakins. Worn by Fay Wray as “Annette, Marquise de St. Malo” when she and her daughter greet Jean Paul at their house in Treasure of the Golden Condor. $1,000 - $1,500

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Betta St. John

Lot 450: Betta St. John "Tarji" Middle Eastern dance costume designed by Helen Rose from Dream Wife.

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Description: 450. Betta St. John “Tarji” Middle Eastern dance costume designed by Helen Rose from Dream Wife. (MGM, 1953) 2-piece Middle Eastern dance costume. Ivory and gold brocade sleeveless top heavily encrusted with gold bullion, varying shapes and sizes of clear faceted beads, red faux stones, faux pearls and pink thread work. Front hook & eye closure. Coordinating tangerine and silver brocade belt with curly silver bullion fringe. (Only one side of the belt is present). Some of the fringe is missing. Overall, a very small amount of beads are missing. Handwritten internal bias label, “1607 2421 Betta St. John”. Pink and gold lame very full skirt accented with gold bullion, ric rac and lavender thread work. No label. Material in several places is separating with some repairs. Designed by Helen Rose. Worn by Betta St. John as “Tarji” when she dances for Cary Grant in Dream Wife. $600 - $800

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Buddy Baer

Lot 449: Buddy Baer "Vizier" pink and brown long robe designed by Herschel McCoy from Dream Wife.

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Description: 449. Buddy Baer “Vizier” pink and brown long robe designed by Herschel McCoy from Dream Wife. (MGM, 1953) Full length, heavy weight pink and gold metallic material, Middle Eastern robe with dark brown swirl pattern and accented with silver bullion and clear faceted buttons along the top. MGM label handwritten, “BUDDY BAER 1607 2540”. Designed by Herschel McCoy. Worn by Buddy Baer as “Vizier” as he guards Betta St. John in the hotel room from Cary Grant in Dream Wife. $400 - $600

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June Haver

Lot 448: June Haver "Jeannie Laird" black dance leotard designed by Travilla from The Girl Next Door.

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Description: 448. June Haver “Jeannie Laird” black dance leotard designed by Travilla from The Girl Next Door. (TCF, 1953) Black ribbed satin shorts with black netting horizontal striped top trimmed with black satin cord along neckline, simple bow, faux pearl with rhinestone ends. Hook & eye with zipper bottom closure and self-covered buttons on top. Internal bias label handwritten, “1-25-1-4174 J. HAVER A658-09”. Designed by Travilla. Worn by June Haver as “Jeannie Laird” performing the number “You’re Doin’ All Right” with Dan Dailey in The Girl Next Door. $600 - $800

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Stewart Granger

Lot 447: Stewart Granger "Thomas Seymour" period outfit designed by Walter Plunkett from Young Bess.

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Description: 447. Stewart Granger “Thomas Seymour” period outfit designed by Walter Plunkett from Young Bess. (MGM, 1953) Fawn brown and turquoise diamond-pattern brocade tunic with delicate ivory cotton cuffs. Hook & eye front closure. MGM label handwritten, “ST. GRANGER 1604 2305”. Material frayed along back of neck. Fawn brown velvet slops with tunic material insert in center and ivory satin inserts (front and back) trimmed in green metallic ribbon. Zipper and snap front closure. MGM label handwritten, “S. GRANGER 1604-2303”. Some of the ivory panels are fraying. Varying shades of metallic taupe with turquoise and cut brown velvet brocade shoulder cape with wide collar and lined dark green silk. No label. Pair of chocolate brown tights with “32” handwritten. Exhibits a hole near the ankle on both feet. Designed by Walter Plunkett. Worn by Stewart Granger as “Thomas Seymour” in Young Bess. Cape was added post production. Tunic worn in two scenes – when he confronts his brother (wearing the slops) and when he and Deborah Kerr receive the letter saying the King wants them to marry (wearing the brown tights). $600 - $800

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Rhonda Fleming

Lot 446: Rhonda Fleming "Cleopatra" strapless dress designed by Jean Louis from Serpent of the Nile.

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Description: 446. Rhonda Fleming “Cleopatra” strapless dress designed by Jean Louis from Serpent of the Nile. (Columbia, 1953) Strapless dress of dark peach jersey with vertical gold lame decorations, front slit and coordinating belt. Hook & eye back closure. Western Costume internal bias label handwritten, “Rhonda Fleming 78-1083-1”. Exhibits light soiling overall with very minor stains and a few pulls. Designed by Jean Louis. Worn by Rhonda Fleming as “Cleopatra” when she pleads with Raymond Burr and then asks her servant to bring her the basket of poisonous snakes in Serpent of the Nile. $1,000 - $1,500

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