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Auction Description for Profiles in History: Debbie Reynolds - The Auction Finale Day 2

Debbie Reynolds - The Auction Finale Day 2

by Profiles in History


400 lots with images

May 18, 2014

Live Auction

6514 Lankershim Blvd.

North Hollywood, CA, 91606 USA

Phone: 310-859-7701

Email: info@profilesinhistory.com

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Audrey Dalton

Lot 496: Audrey Dalton "Elena Di Gambetta" yellow brocade period dress from Casanova's Big Night.

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Description: 496. Audrey Dalton “Elena Di Gambetta” yellow brocade period dress designed by Edith Head from Casanova’s Big Night. (Paramount, 1957) Pale yellow brocade period dress with scoop neck, ¾-length puff sleeves, full skirt with long train and ivory chiffon insert, highlighted with faux pearls and white small beads. Hook & eye with snap back closure. Paramount label handwritten, “Audrey Dalton” with studio cleaning tag and stamped “Property of Paramount Pictures Ladies Wardrobe”. Black velvet ribbon and lace added post production. Some bead loss. Train soiled and frayed along edges. Chiffon is slightly discolored. Designed by Edith Head. Worn by Audrey Dalton as “Elena Di Gambetta” when Bob Hope tries to get the petticoat in Casanova’s Big Night. $800 - $1,200

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Joanne Woodward

Lot 497: Joanne Woodward "Eve" green suit designed by Renie made for The Three Faces of Eve.

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Description: 497. Joanne Woodward “Eve” green suit designed by Renie made for The Three Faces of Eve and worn by Diane Baker in The Best of Everything. (TCF, 1957) Celedon green 2-piece wool suit. Six-button jacket with round collar accented with a coordinating silk flower at neck and lined in tan silk. Full "A" skirt with single pleats and not lined. Both pieces have 20th Century Fox label handwritten, “Joanne Woodward A-798”. Jacket and skirt have several very small moth holes. Skirt exhibits two very small brown stains. Created by Renie for Joanne Woodward as “Eve” for The Three Faces of Eve but not in the film version of the film. Worn by Diane Baker as “April Morrison” on her first day of work at the Fabian Publishing Co. in The Best of Everything (TCF, 1959). $600 - $800

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Debra Paget

Lot 498: Debra Paget "Sharain" gold lame dress and coat from The Life, Loves and Adventures of Omar Khayyam

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Description: 498. Debra Paget “Sharain” gold lame dress and coat designed by Ralph Jester from The Life, Loves and Adventures of Omar Khayyam. (Paramount, 1957) Exquisite floral gold lame long sleeve full length dress with back zip closure. Paramount label handwritten, “Debra Paget” and stamped “Paramount Ladies Wardrobe”. Ivory satin three quarter length coat with wide bell sleeves lined in salmon pink silk crepe and trimmed in faux white pearls. Hook & eye front closure. Handwritten along waist, “PHKAMT” or “PHRAMT”. Exhibits pearl loss around collar. Ivory satin belt braided with gold lame, round gold metal clasp with gold ball tassels (two are missing). Designed by Ralph Jester. Worn by Debra Paget as “Sharain” when she is presented to The Shah (Raymond Massey) as his fourth bride in The Life, Loves and Adventures of Omar Khayyam. $1,000 - $2,000

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Kim Novak

Lot 499: Kim Novak "Linda English" dance outfit designed by Jean Louis from Pal Joey.

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Description: 499. Kim Novak “Linda English” dance outfit designed by Jean Louis from Pal Joey. (Columbia, 1957) (1) Heavy gold lame waist skirt with gathering sides, snap closure and accented with tassels. No label. (2) Coordinating pair of briefs with back zip closure. Blank Columbia Pictures label and studio cleaning tag. (3) Gold lame corset accented with bow and tassel at center with delicate ivory lace along top. Zip back closure. Columbia Pictures label handwritten, “Kim Novak”. (4) Pair of ivory chiffon sleeves with coordinating delicate ivory lace on cuffs and gold lame trim and bow on top. No label. Exhibits very light discoloration overall. (5) Ivory crisscross corset. Columbia Pictures label handwritten, “Kim Novak”. (6) Ivory silk short top with delicate ivory lace trim along top with six button along front. No label. Most likely prototype piece and not quite a screen match. (7) Pair of ivory silk briefs with nude under layer, coordinating delicate ivory lace trim and pink ribbed satin ribbon accent. Hook & eye with zip and snap back closure. Studio cleaning tag. Designed by Jean Louis. Worn by Kim Novak as “Linda English” while attempting a provocative striptease in Pal Joey. $800 - $1,200

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The Wings of Eagles yellow period dress.

Lot 500: The Wings of Eagles yellow period dress.

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Description: 500. The Wings of Eagles yellow period dress. (MGM, 1957) Yellow sleeveless dress with ivory organdy top layer decorated with crocheted lace and self-material belt. Hook & eye, snap and zip back closure. Also comes with two pale yellow pieces of ribbon. No label. Worn by an extra at the house party when John Wayne lands in the pool in The Wings of Eagles. $400 - $600

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Eva Marie Saint

Lot 501: Eva Marie Saint "Nell Gaither" period dress and hat made for Raintree Country.

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Description: 501. Eva Marie Saint “Nell Gaither” period dress and hat designed by Walter Plunkett made for Raintree County. (MGM, 1957) 2-piece period dress of midnight blue satin with tiny red dots, reversed lapel and cuffs and eight self-covered buttons. Ivory cotton back zip closure bodice attached to skirt accented with delicate lace necktie. Pair of ivory cotton detached sleeves trimmed in delicate chiffon and lace. Jacket (front closure) and skirt (back closure) have snaps and hook & eye closure. Skirt is lined with orange satin. Both pieces have internal bias label handwritten, “1692 5137 Eva Marie Saint”. Studio cleaning tag. Three very tiny brown spots on neckline. Bottom of skirt is soiled. Natural straw center and navy brim bonnet accented with navy and red netting and navy velvet ties. Handwritten label, “#11 Eva Marie Saint”. Created by Walter Plunkett for Eva Marie Saint as “Nell Gaither” for Raintree County but not in the final version of the film. $800 - $1,200

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Janet Gaynor

Lot 502: Janet Gaynor "Mrs. Ruth Wilson" brown wool suit made for Bernardine.

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Description: 502. Janet Gaynor “Mrs. Ruth Wilson” brown wool suit designed by Charles Le Maire and Mary Wills made for Bernardine. (TCF, 1957) Mink brown wool suit with four button front and straight skirt. Both pieces have 20th Century Fox labels handwritten, “A-790-04 Janet Gaynor”. Jacket has two paper studio cleaning tags and the skirt has one. Jacket has a small hole on back near seam. Created by Charles Le Maire and Mary Wills for Janet Gaynor as “Mrs. Ruth Wilson” in Bernardine but not in the final version of the film. $400 - $600

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Joan Fontaine

Lot 503: Joan Fontaine "Anne Leslie" pink day dress made for Until They Sail.

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Description: 503. Joan Fontaine “Anne Leslie” pink day dress made for Until They Sail. (MGM, 1957) Blush pink V-neck four button day dress with ivory and pink diagonal piping and matching neck scarf. Enclosed back slit and pleated back. Handwritten label, “1712 5728 Joan Fontaine” and studio cleaning tag. Material is faded along shoulders, neck and down sides. Small spot on one shoulder. Created for Joan Fontaine as “Anne Leslie” in Until They Sail but not in the final version of the film. $400 - $600

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Katharine Hepburn

Lot 504: Katharine Hepburn "Bunny Watson" black checked dress designed by Charles Le Maire made for Desk Set.

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Description: 504. Katharine Hepburn “Bunny Watson” black checked dress designed by Charles Le Maire made for Desk Set. (TCF, 1957) Black and silver checked 2-piece dress. Jacket has five black buttons and snaps with three quarter length cuffed sleeves. Straight skirt with small slit and hook & eye with zip back closure. Both pieces have 20th Century Fox label handwritten, “A-785 Katharine Hepburn”. Created by Charles Le Maire for Katharine Hepburn as “Bunny Watson” for Desk Set but not in the final version of the film. $600 - $800

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Jennifer Jones

Lot 505: Jennifer Jones "Elizabeth Barrett" white linen period dress for The Barretts of Wimpole Street.

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Description: 505. Jennifer Jones “Elizabeth Barrett” white linen period dress designed by Elizabeth Haffenden for The Barretts of Wimpole Street. (MGM, 1957) White linen period dress with chiffon collar and sleeves extensions. Handwritten label, “1698 5037 Jennifer Jones”. Also included is a lilac crocheted shawl. No label. Designed by Elizabeth Haffenden. Created for Jennifer Jones as “Elizabeth Barrett” in The Barretts of Wimpole Street but not in the final version of the film. $400 - $600

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Group of (3) Joanne Woodward

Lot 506: Group of (3) Joanne Woodward "Eve" outfits designed by Renie made for The Three Faces of Eve.

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Description: 506. Group of (3) Joanne Woodward “Eve” outfits designed by Renie made for The Three Faces of Eve. (TCF, 1957) 1. Pale aqua no sleeve square neck front pocket day dress with dark aqua embroidery accents along neckline and pockets. Full length button closure along back with back tie. Internal bias label 20th Century Fox handwritten “Joanne Woodward A-789”. Darts on back have been let out and two 3 in. sections of material are separated from waist. Very small tear along the neckline. Exhibits a few minor pulls in the material. 2. Blue and ivory checked short sleeve cotton housecoat trimmed in delicate ivory lace with zip front. Internal bias label 20th Century Fox handwritten “Joanne Woodward A-789”. Discolored and faded along neckline and shoulders. 3. Semi-sheer ivory short sleeve pajamas with delicate lace accents along neckline, sleeves and front pocket. Both pieces have 20th Century Fox label handwritten “Joanne Woodward A-798”. Top has five button front closure. Pants have label “MISS 12” and one button side closure. Top is discolored along neckline and shoulders. Pants are discolored along bottom. Created by Renie for Joanne Woodward as “Eve” for The Three Faces of Eve but not in the final version of the film. $800 - $1,200

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Joan Collins

Lot 507: Joan Collins "Josefa Velarde" dark green jacket designed by Charles Le Maire made for The Bravados.

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Description: 507. Joan Collins “Josefa Velarde” dark green jacket designed by Charles Le Maire made for The Bravados. (TCF, 1958) Deep emerald green velvet bell long sleeve V-neck jacket decorated with dark greenish blue satin ribbon in swirled pattern along front highlighted with round faceted black beads. Hook & eye with snap front closure. 20th Century Fox label handwritten, “806-07 J. COLLINS”. Velvet worn along collar, cuffs and arms. Created by Charles Le Maire for Joan Collins as “Josefa Velarde” from The Bravados but not in the final version of the film. $400 - $600

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Cyd Charisse

Lot 508: Cyd Charisse "Vicki Gaye" tan leotard designed by Helen Rose from Party Girl.

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Description: 508. Cyd Charisse “Vicki Gaye” tan leotard designed by Helen Rose from Party Girl. (MGM, 1958) Tan long sleeve leotard covered in netting and decorated with amber sequins, large rhinestone centerpiece and sprays with amber bugle bead tassels. Zip back closure. No label. Designed by Helen Rose. Worn by Cyd Charisse as “Vicki Gaye” in the opening scenes at the nightclub in Party Girl. $600 - $800

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Claire Bloom

Lot 509: Claire Bloom "Katya" ivory period dress designed by Walter Plunkett from The Brothers Karamazov.

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Description: 509. Claire Bloom “Katya” ivory period dress designed by Walter Plunkett from The Brothers Karamazov. (MGM, 1958) 2-piece ivory cotton period dress with delicate crocheted trim. ¾-length top with nineteen buttons (one missing and one has a small piece missing). No label. Long “A” shaped skirt with hook & eye back closure. Internal bias label handwritten, “1720 5857 Claire Bloom”. Both pieces exhibit extensive soiling and discoloration. Designed by Walter Plunkett. Worn by Claire Bloom as “Katya” when she comes to Yul Brynner’s room to “bargain” for the money she needs in The Brothers Karamazov. $800 - $1,200

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Lee J. Cobb

Lot 510: Lee J. Cobb "Father Karamazov" brown suit made for The Brothers Karamazov.

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Description: 510. Lee J. Cobb “Father Karamazov” brown suit designed by Walter Plunkett made for The Brothers Karamazov. (MGM, 1958) Heathered brown 3-piece wool suit with pale grey pinstripe. All three pieces have Logan Costume Co. label. Two-button jacket with flap pockets and dark brown satin lining. Handwritten in sleeve, “3 Piece Period Suit / Size 44 / 37x32 / Lee Cobb”. Lining is separating around edges. Six-button vest with shawl collar, two slit pockets and ivory cotton lining with light brown back lining. Same handwriting as jacket with “White” and “Chandler” added post production. Inside lining is soiled. Hook and zip front closure pants with two front slit pockets and back waist buckle. MGM label handwritten, “LEE COBB 1720 562 37 32 ½” and, “3 Piece Suit Size 44 CHANDLER 37x32”. Several small holes along front of pants. Created by Walter Plunkett for Lee J. Cobb as “Father Karamazov” in The Brothers Karamazov but not used in the final version of the film. $400 - $600

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Cecil Beaton designed black velvet period gown worn at Maxim's in Gigi.

Lot 511: Cecil Beaton designed black velvet period gown worn at Maxim's in Gigi.

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Description: 511. Cecil Beaton designed black velvet period gown worn at Maxim’s in Gigi. (MGM, 1958) Beautiful rich black velvet period gown with long sleeves and neckline of black netting accented with large crocheted flowers and trimmed in ivory satin along neckline and bodice. Hook & eye and snap back closure. Karinska Paris label handwritten, “Romion”. Netting is separating from velvet slightly along the arms. Designed by Cecil Beaton. Worn by an extra as Maurice Chevalier enters Maxim’s in Gigi. $1,000 - $2,000

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Cecil Beaton designed lace period hat from Gigi.

Lot 512: Cecil Beaton designed lace period hat from Gigi.

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Description: 512. Cecil Beaton designed lace period hat from Gigi. (MGM, 1958) Pale peach cut velvet with gold lame swirls, crown of pale peach floral lace accented with ostrich feathers and garnished with black velvet trim and a large bow, underside is covered with pleated nude chiffon, long black velvet sash. Measures 23 x 34 in. No label. Designed by Cecil Beaton. Attributed to one of the many beautiful hats in Gigi. $200 - $400

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Maurice Chevalier

Lot 513: Maurice Chevalier "Honore Lachaille" green 3-piece suit designed by Cecil Beaton made for Gigi.

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Description: 513. Maurice Chevalier “Honore Lachaille” green 3-piece suit designed by Cecil Beaton made for Gigi. (MGM, 1958) Emerald green wool 3-piece suit. Long period two-button jacket with dark peach accent on collar and lined in dark green textured silk. Six-button vest with iridescent green buttons, four slit pockets and lined in ivory with thin black and blue stripes. Two slit pockets on pants with front button closure. Hem has been let down. Exhibits a few pulls near hem. All three pieces have handwritten, “M.C. #11”. Created by Cecil Beaton for Maurice Chevalier as “Honore Lachaille” in Gigi but not used in the final version of the film. $400 - $600

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Carroll Baker

Lot 514: Carroll Baker "Teresa" brown period dress designed by Marjorie Best from The Miracle.

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Description: 514. Carroll Baker “Teresa” brown period dress designed by Marjorie Best from The Miracle. (Warner Bros., 1959) Brown long sleeve period dress with three ivory frogs along neckline, simple waist bow and lined in brown silk. Back zip closure. Warner Bros. label handwritten, “C. Baker 963D-847” and studio cleaning tag. Dress has been distressed for the scene. Designed by Marjorie Best. Worn by Carroll Baker as “Teresa” when she travels back to the Santa Clara mission in The Miracle. $300 - $500

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Ethel Waters

Lot 515: Ethel Waters "Dilsey" green dress and Margaret Leighton "Caddy Compson" black dress.

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Description: 515. Ethel Waters “Dilsey” green dress and Margaret Leighton “Caddy Compson” black dress designed by Adele Palmer from The Sound and the Fury. (TCF, 1959) 1. Green, black, pink and yellow cotton print wraparound dress with beige collar. 20th Century Fox label handwritten, “F-08-12 Ethel Waters”. Worn by Ethel Waters as “Dilsey” in the opening scenes of the film. 2. Black chiffon dress with peach satin slip with ivory lace trim. 20th Century Fox label handwritten, “F-08-12 M. LEIGHTON”. Designed by Adele Palmer. Worn by Margaret Leighton as “Caddy Compson” when she returns home to Yul Brynner in The Sound and the Fury. $400 - $600

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Charlton Heston

Lot 516: Charlton Heston "Judah Ben Hur" beige tunic designed by Jack Martell made for Ben-Hur.

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Description: 516. Charlton Heston “Judah Ben Hur” beige tunic designed by Jack Martell made for Ben-Hur. (MGM, 1959) Beige wool sleeveless tunic with sienna brown embroidery along shoulders and neckline. Simmons label handwritten, “CHARLTON HESTON / #12 BEN HUR / “DOUBLE”. Exhibits a few tiny holes and stains overall. Created by Jack Martell for Charlton Heston as “Judah Ben Hur” but not in the final version of the film. $600 - $800

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Debbie Reynolds

Lot 517: Debbie Reynolds "Maggie Putnam" pink satin dress designed for It Started With a Kiss.

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Description: 517. Debbie Reynolds “Maggie Putnam” pink satin dress designed by Helen Rose made for It Started With a Kiss. (MGM, 1959) Pink satin spaghetti strap dress lined with rose satin. Neckline encrusted with small rhinestones, gold beads, clear faceted disc and pink faux pearls. Internal bias label handwritten, “D. REYNOLDS 1751-944”. Exhibits staining on front center. Created by Helen Rose for Debbie Reynolds as “Maggie Putnam” for It Started With a Kiss. $600 - $800

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Billie Burke

Lot 518: Billie Burke "Mrs. Cordelia Fosgate" floral dress designed by Marjorie Best from Sergeant Rutledge.

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Description: 518. Billie Burke “Mrs. Cordelia Fosgate” floral dress designed by Marjorie Best from Sergeant Rutledge. (Warner Bros., 1960) Tan 2-piece period dress with pattern of small bouquets of pink and blue flowers. Long sleeve round neck top accented with pale lavender satin and trimmed in delicate ivory floral lace and on collar and cuffs. Hook & eye with snap front closure. Warner Bros. Pictures Inc. label handwritten, “B. BURKE 9957 855” with studio cleaning tag. Exhibits tears along shoulders and collar, minor stains overall with tears and pieces missing to lace. Satin has faded overall. Long skirt with short train, pale lavender satin underskirt, hook & eye with snap back closure. Exhibits brown stains along front with soiling on train and hem. Large section of underskirt detached at seam. Same label as top. Designed by Marjorie Best. Worn by Billie Burke as “Mrs. Cordelia Fosgate” during the courtroom trial in Sergeant Rutledge. $400 - $600

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Laurence Olivier

Lot 519: Laurence Olivier "Crassus" long robe designed by Valles made for Spartacus.

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Description: 519. Laurence Olivier “Crassus” long robe designed by Valles made for Spartacus. (Universal, 1960) Beige gabardine wool long robe accented with two vertical strips of varying shades of gold lame in a diamond pattern on front and back. Handwritten label, “Sir Laurence Olivier”. Exhibits a few very small holes and a faint green stain along lame on front and back. Created by Valles for Laurence Olivier as “Crassus” but not in the final version of the film. $400 - $600

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Lee Remick

Lot 520: Lee Remick "Temple Drake" raspberry flapper dress designed by Donfeld from Sanctuary.

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Description: 520. Lee Remick “Temple Drake” raspberry flapper dress designed by Donfeld from Sanctuary. (TCF, 1961) Raspberry chiffon flapper dress accented with rhinestones. 20th Century Fox label handwritten, “D-13 Lee Remick”. Exhibits minor tears in chiffon and bead loss. Designed by Donfeld. Worn by Lee Remick as “Temple Drake” when she wins the Charleston contest and meets the Candy Man (Yves Montand) in Sanctuary. $400 - $600

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Jimmy Durante

Lot 521: Jimmy Durante "Anthony "Pop" Wonder" ringmaster outfit from Billy Rose's Jumbo.

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Description: 521. Jimmy Durante “Anthony “Pop” Wonder” ringmaster outfit designed by Morton Haack from Billy Rose’s Jumbo. (MGM, 1962) Orange wool tail coat accented with red velvet collar and cuffs and white satin rope and buttons. MGM label handwritten, “J DURANTE / 1796 721 / 41”. Exhibits a few minor holes. White satin vest with handwritten label, “J. Durante”. Two pairs of ivory ribbed satin pants. One has MGM label handwritten, “J. DURANTE / 1796 722 / 33”. Other has MGM cleaning tag. Pair of red leather boots with white rope design. Also includes red satin sash and a pair of ivory cotton half knee highs. Designed by Morton Haack. Worn by Jimmy Durante as “Anthony ‘Pop’ Wonder” as the ringmaster in Billy Rose’s Jumbo. $600 - $800

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The Unsinkable Molly Brown period gown designed by Morton Haack.

Lot 522: The Unsinkable Molly Brown period gown designed by Morton Haack.

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Description: 522. The Unsinkable Molly Brown period gown designed by Morton Haack. (MGM, 1964) Ivory crocheted lace sleeveless period dress accented with tassels and balls, yellow and green taffeta underlayer with celadon green chiffon and ivory polkadot netting overlay on top of a cream satin underskirt trimmed with cream and ivory chiffon ruffle. Ivory chiffon shoulder caps garnished with yellow, peach, white and green silk flowers with yellow velvet bow at neckline. Hook & eye with zip and snap back closure. Handwritten, “Waist 28 #8E M.G.M. STUDIOS” and stamped “M-G-M WARDROBE”. Satin is splitting especially near bottom. Netting is separating near edges. Bow has brown stain. Bottom layer of chiffon is soiled and three sections detached at seam. Lace has separated in some areas. Designed by Morton Haack. Worn by an extra at Mrs. MacGraw’s dinner party in The Unsinkable Molly Brown. $1,000 - $1,500

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Martita Hunt

Lot 523: Martita Hunt "Grand Duchess Elise Lupavinova" ivory satin gown from The Unsinkable Molly Brown.

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Description: 523. Martita Hunt “Grand Duchess Elise Lupavinova” ivory satin gown designed by Morton Haack from The Unsinkable Molly Brown. (MGM, 1964) Ivory satin short sleeve gown highly decorated with elaborate white beading overall.  Hook & eye back closure.  Internal bias label handwritten “M. HUNT”.  Designed by Morton Haack.  Worn by Martita Hunt as “Grand Duchess Elise Lupavinova” at Molly’s homecoming ball when she presents all her “royal” friends in The Unsinkable Molly Brown. $1,000 - $1,500

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Pair of elaborate ivory Gina Lollobridgida gowns created for Lady L.

Lot 524: Pair of elaborate ivory Gina Lollobridgida gowns created for Lady L.

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Description: 524. Pair of elaborate ivory Gina Lollobridgida gowns created for Lady L. (MGM, 1965) (1) Ivory sheer strapless dress with printed bouquets of red and pink roses and back zip closure.  No label.  (2) Ivory satin sleeveless long train gown with hand painted dark green floral print highlighted with pale green, brown and taupe cut velvet, gold and black metal lace, pale peach and gold metal bodice, ivory chiffon waist band.  Studio cleaning tag.  Created for Gina Lollobridgida for Lady L but was replaced by Sophia Loren in the role. $800 - $1,200

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Pair of elaborate Gina Lollobridgida gowns created for Lady L.

Lot 525: Pair of elaborate Gina Lollobridgida gowns created for Lady L.

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Description: 525. Pair of elaborate Gina Lollobridgida gowns created for Lady L. (MGM, 1965) (1) Kelly green satin long period dress with delicate black lace overlay and applique,  varying shapes of black jet beads, ruffled underlayer with black sheer and long train.  Zip back closure.  Western Costume label handwritten “G. Lollabrigida 7405-1 4”.  (2)  Ivory satin spaghetti strap dress with yellow and green cut velvet floral and bird decorations with coordinating wrap.  Hook & eye back closure.  Handwritten “M.G.M.”.   Created for Gina Lollobridgida for Lady L but was replaced by Sophia Loren in the role. $800 - $1,200

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Beautiful group of Gina Lollobridgida costumes created for Lady L.

Lot 526: Beautiful group of Gina Lollobridgida costumes created for Lady L.

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Description: 526. Beautiful group (6) of Gina Lollobridgida costumes created for Lady L. (MGM, 1965) 1. Beautiful black crocheted floral lace robe lined in sheer white chiffon with delicate black lace on bell cuffs. Studio cleaning tag. Exhibits pulls along shoulders. 2. Soft grey pleated chiffon long robe with domed sleeves trimmed with ruffled chiffon, ivory floral chiffon side panels with grey chiffon overlay. Hook & eye front closure. No label. Mauve velvet ribbon. Chiffon is separating along shoulders. Large section detached along bottom and discolored. Exhibits minor pulls and tears overall. 3. Peachy beige floral lace robe. Studio cleaning tag. 4. Pale pink cotton bodice covered with ivory sheer rows, trimmed in delicate lace layers on bodice and along sleeves, crocheted collar and shoulder panels. Zip front closure. Coordinating long skirt with ivory embroidered leaves and polka-dots, underskirt of ivory pleated chiffon. Hook & eye with snap and zip back closure. No label. Two light brown stains along front bodice.  5.  Delicate ivory crocheted long sleeve top with back zip and nude bodice lining.  6.  Pale pink silk chiffon long sleeve nightgown with ivory crocheted lace accents.  Exhibits some tears.   $800 - $1,200

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Loretta Young (2) dresses attributed to her Television shows in the Mid 1960s.

Lot 527: Loretta Young (2) dresses attributed to her Television shows in the Mid 1960s.

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Description: 527. Loretta Young (2) dresses attributed to her Television shows in the Mid 1960s. (ca. 1960) 1.  Black iridescent cut oval bodice with puff sleeves and back V-neck dress with pleated semi full skirt.  Estelle Allardale Beverly Hills label.  Back zip closure.  2.  Tan silk taffeta sleeveless V-neck full dress adorned with iridescent sequins along waist and neckline.  Back zip closure.  William Pearson label.  Attributed to Loretta Young’s TV shows of the mid 1960s. $400 - $600

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Cloris Leachman blue period dress from 1960s Western television show.

Lot 528: Cloris Leachman blue period dress from 1960s Western television show.

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Description: 528. Cloris Leachman blue period dress from 1960s Western television show. (ca. 1960) Midnight blue and ivory polka dot and starburst pattern period dress.  Long sleeve round neck top decorated with black chiffon and ivory embroidered flowers along neckline and cuffs.  Hook & eye front closure.  No label.  Long full skirt with two rows of embroidery.  Hook & eye back closure.  Western Costume label handwritten, “CLORIS LEACHMAN”.  Top has separations and repairs along shoulders.  Skirt has separations, repairs and a 1 in. tear along waistline.  Bottom is frayed.  Attributed to one of the 1960s Western televisions shows. $400 - $600

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Pair of Agnes Moorehead

Lot 529: Pair of Agnes Moorehead "Endora" dresses from Bewitched.

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Description: 529. Pair of Agnes Moorehead “Endora” dresses from Bewitched. (ABC TV, 1964-72) 1.  Pink, purple, green, ivory 70’s sheer patterned dress with soft pink underslip, trimmed in purple velvet and accents at waist with a lilac rayon sash and bow.  Zip back closure. Ozel Beverly Hills label.  2.  Grey sheer long sleeve V-neck dress with tiny accordion pleated skirt, long neck tie and gold metal embroidery running along hip and neckline accented with round and Y-shaped metal dots.  Self-material under slip.  No label.  Exhibits a few red stains on back with a 3 in. tear under one arm and another along one shoulder.  Few minor pulls, repairs and discoloration overall.  Minimal dot loss.  Attributed to the Bewitched television show. $800 - $1,200

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Eva Gabor

Lot 530: Eva Gabor "Lisa Douglas" (2) outfits attributed to Green Acres.

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Description: 530. Eva Gabor “Lisa Douglas” (2) outfits attributed to Green Acres. (Filmways, 1965-71) 1.  Ivory oriental motif silk long dress with bell sleeves, two side slits, trimmed in ivory silk floral brocade of pink, blue and orange accented with gold lame trim.  Oriental Beauty by Eliza Wang label.  Hook & eye snap front closure.  2.  Lime green sheer long top with fuchsia and gold embroidered design down front with eight self-material buttons and short lime green camisole.  Exhibits small pull on front. Attributed to Eva Gabor as “Lisa Douglas” in Green Acres. $600 - $800

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Robert Cummings

Lot 531: Robert Cummings "Henry Gatewood" 3-piece suit from Stagecoach 1966.

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Description: 531. Robert Cummings “Henry Gatewood” 3-piece suit from Stagecoach 1966. (TCF, 1966) Steel grey 3-piece suit with small checked pattern of charcoal grey and dark blue. Four-button jacket with top flap pocket and vertical slit side pockets, lined in pewter grey textured satin. Made of polyester and worsted wool. Sun Dodger label. All three pieces have a De Chellis label handwritten, “Bob Cummings 6/9/65”. Six button, two slit pocket vest with steel grey lining. Pair of pants with hook & eye zip front closure. Worn by Robert Cummings as “Henry Gatewood” in the remake of Stagecoach. $400 - $600

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Helen Rose

Lot 532: Helen Rose "Swirling Amethyst" dress from Made in Paris.

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Description: 532. Helen Rose “Swirling Amethyst” dress from Made in Paris. (MGM, 1966) Amethyst pleated chiffon layered skirt with netting underskirt. Hot pink halter bodice with exquisite bead design of purple, amber, pink and gold bugle beads, purple, amber and green round beads, gold sequins, rhinestones and iridescent faceted round beads. Coordinating cape. Handwritten, “M.G.M.”. Chiffon is fraying on edges with minor pulls. Pleats on second layer are relaxed. Designed by Helen Rose for Marc Fontaine’s (Louis Jourdan) fashion show in Made in Paris. As the hostess states “300 yards of pleated silk chiffon, cut of the skirt makes it perfect for dancing.” $800 - $1,200

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Fredric March

Lot 533: Fredric March "Favor" brown suit designed by Donfeld from Hombre.

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Description: 533. Fredric March “Favor” brown suit designed by Donfeld from Hombre. (TCF, 1967) Brown and black textured wool period two button jack with flap pockets and lined in chocolate brown satin. Western Costume label typed, “2129-2 / Fredric March / 43 17”. Matching pants with four pockets and hook & eye zip front closure. Western Costume label typed, “2129-2 / Fredric March / 38 31” and stamped, “Western Costume 24 P.A. Suit 2 PC. Set – 4”. Both pieces have studio cleaning tags. Pants exhibit a few holes on front, a small repair on back, elastic waist a little brittle and 4 in. grey stain near bottom of one leg. Designed by Donfeld. Worn by Fredric March as “Favor” when he and Barbara Rush hire the coach and travel in Hombre. $400 - $600

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Irene Sharaff designed long robe worn by Janet Hadland in the Ziegfeld number from Funny Girl.

Lot 534: Irene Sharaff designed long robe worn by Janet Hadland in the Ziegfeld number from Funny Girl.

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Description: 534. Irene Sharaff designed long robe worn by Janet Hadland in the Ziegfeld number from Funny Girl. (Columbia, 1968) Very long silver metallic sheer robe trimmed with varying shapes and sizes of iridescent crystals and beads with rhinestone balls. Internal bias label handwritten, “JANET HADLAND”. Fraying and slight separation along shoulders and under arms. Worn as a “Bride” in the “His Love Makes Me Beautiful” number in the Ziegfeld Wedding scene from Funny Girl. $400 - $600

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Planet of the Apes pairs of ape boots (3) including Kim Hunter

Lot 535: Planet of the Apes pairs of ape boots (3) including Kim Hunter "Zira", plus extra articles.

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Description: 535. Planet of the Apes pairs of ape boots (3) including Kim Hunter “Zira”, plus extra articles. (TCF, 1968) Elaborately crafted female or child chimpanzee-character feet/boot pairs (3) including (1) tagged for Kim Hunter as “Zira” in the original Planet of the Apes. Crafted in foot-shapes over women’s tennis shoes, the “Zira” pair have a more elaborate hook & eye and velcro closure, while the two background pairs have simple zipper closure. Sizes are women’s 5, 7, and 8. Also in this lot are (2) molded tunic-emblems, a knitted “chest-hair” appliance, and a black human-hair extension kit marked “Gorilla”. Minor disintegration of shoe structures from age; overall fine as screen-used. $1,000 - $1,500

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Mickey Rooney

Lot 536: Mickey Rooney "Martin 'Cockeye' Van Buren" blue jacket designed by Guy C. Verhille from The Comic.

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Description: 536. Mickey Rooney “Martin ‘Cockeye’ Van Buren” blue jacket designed by Guy C. Verhille from The Comic. (Columbia, 1969) Blue and black woven wool jacket with two buttons and two slit pockets, lined in blue satin. Carroll & Co. label typed, “Mickey Rooney / 7/19/66 / 2413 38” with studio cleaning tag. Very small pull in lining. Designed by Guy C. Verhille. Worn by Mickey Rooney as “Martin ‘Cockeye’ Van Buren” when he visits Dick Van Dyke at the hospital in The Comic. $400 - $600

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Rachel Welch

Lot 537: Rachel Welch "Myra Breckenridge" black velvet dress made for Myra Breckenridge.

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Description: 537. Rachel Welch “Myra Breckenridge” black velvet dress designed by Theadora Van Runkle made for Myra Breckenridge. (TCF, 1970) Black velvet long dress with aqua chiffon accordion pleated collar and cuffs with coordinating short jacket. Back zip closure. No label. Designed by Theadora Van Runkle for Rachel Welch as “Myra Breckenridge” in Myra Breckenridge. Jacket screen matches and dress was an alternate to the one worn in the film. $400 - $600

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Mae West

Lot 538: Mae West "Leticia Van Allen" (2) dresses designed by Theadora Van Runkle made for Myra Breckinridge.

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Description: 538. Mae West “Leticia Van Allen” (2) dresses designed by Theadora Van Runkle made for Myra Breckinridge. (TCF, 1970) 1. Gold lame wide bell sleeve long dress with soft pleat in back, trimmed in gold lame lace with gold metal balls, small round gold beads, iridescent sequins, silver discs and rhinestones. Zip back closure. Lined in cream silk. No label. Gold lame is fraying in a few areas. 2. Salmon sheer floor length spaghetti strap dress with attached long sleeve jacket, delicate ivory floral lace netting top layer accented with white feathers on cuffs. No label. Lace is lightly discolored due to age. Created by Theadora Van Runkle for Mae West as “Leticia Van Allen in Myra Breckinridge but not in the final version of the film. $600 - $800

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Candice Bergen

Lot 539: Candice Bergen "Kathy Maribel 'Cresta" Lee suede Indian outfit from Soldier Blue.

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Description: 539. Candice Bergen “Kathy Maribel ‘Cresta” Lee suede Indian outfit designed by Theodore R. Parvin from Soldier Blue. (AVC, 1970) Pale grey suede Indian outfit with long fringed top and saddle pants, decorated with white, red, dark blue, turquoise and yellow beads, animal teeth and brass beads. Orange and yellow beads along neckline. Plus coordinating beaded purse. Also included is a beaded necklace and bracelet of red, blue, orange, black, yellow and copper beads. No label. Very minimal bead loss. The three beaded circles and trim added post production. Designed by Theodore R. Parvin. Worn by Candice Bergen as “Kathy Maribel ‘Cresta’ Lee Maribel” during the attack in Soldier Blue. $600 - $800

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Debbie Reynolds

Lot 540: Debbie Reynolds "Adelle" wool crepe dress designed by Morton Haack from What's the Matter with Helen?

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Description: 540. Debbie Reynolds “Adelle” wool crepe dress designed by Morton Haack from What’s the Matter with Helen? (United Artists, 1971)  Tea-cookie colored wool crepe button-front dress with orange embroidered monogram “A” for “Adelle”, the character portrayed by Debbie Reynolds in What’s the Matter with Helen?  Designed by Morton Haack.  Worn by Miss Reynolds’ final scenes, preparing to elope with Dennis Weaver, only to be murdered by Shelley Winters. Exhibits faint reddish staining, presumably from screen “blood” with a self-material belt.  $600 - $800

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Gregory Peck

Lot 541: Gregory Peck "General Douglas MacArthur" military jacket and shirt from MacArthur.

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Description: 541. Gregory Peck “General Douglas MacArthur” military jacket and shirt from MacArthur. (Universal, 1977) Dark olive wool Eisenhower style jacket with 8th Army Air patch, chest pin, pair of stars on the epaulets and a pair of U.S. pins on the lapel (not correct to screen worn ornaments in the film). Western Costume label typed, “2344 I / GREGORY PECK / 45 19 1/2”. Khaki long sleeve two pocket military shirt. Creighton Regulation Military Style label and stamped, “15 4 and 03 135” in collar and “870 3 15” on front shirt tail. Also included is a vintage hat, not pictured. Costume supervision by Sam Benson. Worn by Gregory Peck as “General Douglas MacArthur” on television with the Japanese leader and when he is informed of his retirement in MacArthur. $800 - $1,200

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Buck Rogers in the 25th Century male crew-member tunic.

Lot 542: Buck Rogers in the 25th Century male crew-member tunic.

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Description: 542. Buck Rogers in the 25th Century male crew-member tunic. (Universal, 1979)  White tunic/ vest with sky blue striping, as worn by male crew members in the TV series and TV film, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. Presumed high ranking cast member, due to evidence of insignia-patch removal, as low-ranking crew did not exhibit insignia. Light soiling from screen-use and storage; very good. $100 - $200

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Rosalind Russell

Lot 543: Rosalind Russell "Rose Hovick" recreation outfit from Gypsy.

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Description: 543. Rosalind Russell “Rose Hovick” recreation outfit from Gypsy. (ca. 1985) Pale copper sateen long sleeve V-neck top with mauve, grey, gold and brown knitted material on collar and pockets. Zip side closure. Western Costume label handwritten, “R. Russell Gypsy S-2 Orry Kelly”. Coordinating skirt with ivory sleeveless top. Western Costume label handwritten, “S-2 Orry Kelly R. Russell Gypsy 55”. Copper knit long sweater with black satin trim with frog and tassels along front and trimmed with rust satin ribbon and black fur on cuffs. Western Costume label handwritten, “S-4 R. Russell Orry Kelly”. Recreated by Western Costume in the early 1990s. $400 - $600

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Anthony Perkins

Lot 544: Anthony Perkins "Dr. Henry Jekyll" paisley silk dressing robe from Edge of Sanity.

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Description: 544. Anthony Perkins “Dr. Henry Jekyll” paisley silk dressing robe from Edge of Sanity. (Allied Vision, 1989) Off-the-rack “Charvet” paisley silk dressing robe worn by Anthony Perkins in his “Dr. Henry Jekyll” incarnation from Edge of Sanity. Most distinctly visible throughout the entire opening credits sequence. $600 - $800

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Arnold Schwarzenegger

Lot 545: Arnold Schwarzenegger "Harry Tasker" office ensemble plus street outfit from True Lies.

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Description: 545. Arnold Schwarzenegger “Harry Tasker” office ensemble plus street outfit from True Lies. (TCF, 1994) 4-piece ensemble of off-the-rack “Giorgio Armani” blue necktie, black leather “Gap” belt, “Moores” grey wool-blend slacks, and custom bespoke blue dress shirt by “Anto” of Beverly Hills, worn by Arnold Schwarzenegger as “Harry Tasker” in True Lies, in the office, and at home as he investigates his wife’s suspicious activity. Custom internal tag in shirt reads “A S August 1993” and tie is marked “C 4”. Also, sourced for the film but not clearly visible on screen, a 5-piece off-the-rack ensemble of midnight blue single-breasted blazer (with “Omega Security” patch added by production), black cotton “Dickies” chino pants, “Giorgio Armani” belt (marked for scenes 120-124), grey knit pullover, and “J. Crew” boxer shorts. Near fine as screen-used, with slight production soiling or wear. $600 - $800

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