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Auction Description for Julien's: HOLLYWOOD LEGENDS AUCTION - featuring property from the career of David Hasselhoff Day 1 session 2

HOLLYWOOD LEGENDS AUCTION - featuring property from the career of David Hasselhoff Day 1 session 2

(270 Lots)

by Julien's Auctions


270 lots | 269 with images

April 11, 2014

Live Auction

9665 Wilshire Boulevard

Beverly Hills, CA, 90210 USA

Phone: 310-836-1818

Fax: 310-742-0155

Email: info@juliensauctions.com

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THE GOOD EARTH COSTUME PIECES

Lot 257: THE GOOD EARTH COSTUME PIECES

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Description: Two costume pieces worn in <I> The </I> <I> Good </I> <I> Earth </I> (MGM, 1937). The first is a floral motif artificial pearl headdress. The second piece is a silk Chinese skirt with metallic gold embroidery, pleating, and applique work. Dolly Tree and Tom Gubbins are credited with wardrobe and costumes. The film was nominated for five Academy Awards and won two. Accompanied by a pair of studio shoes not original to the costume, a black and white studio image, and a copy of the film. Previously exhibited at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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THE STUDENT PRINCE IN OLD HEIDELBERG JACKET

Lot 258: THE STUDENT PRINCE IN OLD HEIDELBERG JACKET

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Description: A royal blue wool jacket worn in <i> The </i> <i> Student </i> <i> Prince </i> <i> in </i> <i> Old </i> <i> Heidelberg </i> (MGM, 1927). The jacket has red, white, and blue decorative rope trimming, frog closures, an MGM stamp to each inner sleeve, and a label that reads "H. Zimmer Berlin." Harpo Marx was pictured in an identical jacket with Marie Dressler at Hearst Castle in California for a party held by Marion Davies honoring Norma Shearer and Irving Thalberg circa 1930. William Randolph Hearst would have costumes brought up to Hearst Castle for his guests to wear to his costume parties. When this piece was discovered at MGM, it was on a mixed garment rack and not filed with the other costumes from this film, indicating that it may have been used for a non-MGM-related event. Accompanied by a copy of the book <i> The </i> <i> Marx </i> <i> Bros </i>. <i> Scrapbook </i> by Groucho Marx and Richard J. Anobile and a black and white studio image.   Previously exhibited at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971, and at the Hollywood Heritage Museum.   PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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HAL ROACH STUDIOS LETTER BLOCK PROPS

Lot 259: HAL ROACH STUDIOS LETTER BLOCK PROPS

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Description: A trio of wooden cubes painted to look like children's oversized toy blocks, used as props by Hal Roach Studios, similar to those seen in the Laurel & Hardy classic <I> Babes </I> <I> in </I> <I> Toyland </I> (Hal Roach, 1934). Originally purchased at the Hal Roach Studio sale in 1960. Largest, 19 1/4 inches PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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BALALAIKA VINTAGE RUSSIAN COSSACK COAT

Lot 260: BALALAIKA VINTAGE RUSSIAN COSSACK COAT

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Description: A grey wool tweed vintage Russian Cossack coat from MGM Studios. The coat has gold lamé red ribbon trim with ribs for imitation bullets and has an MGM tag and is stamped "38." Similar coats with epaulettes were seen in <i> Balalaika </i> (MGM, 1939) and several later films with Russian military. Men's costumes designed by Valles. Accompanied by a matching belt, imitation bullets, and a copy of the film. Previously exhibited at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown <iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="315" src="//www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/XF2mkaH5Nac" width="420"></iframe>

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ROSCOE THE RAINMAKER PROP

Lot 261: ROSCOE THE RAINMAKER PROP

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Description: A key prop from the film <I> The </I> <I> Rainmakers </I> (RKO, 1935) starring Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey. Wheeler and Woolsey were a well-known comedy duo during the 1920s and 1930s. The two-piece leatherette case has brass latch closures; the lid has raised brass letters that read "Roscoe The Rain Maker" and opens to reveal working lights, a spinning flyball governor, and a triangular brass antenna. The case has a working hidden motor and two electrical plugs. Includes the key to start the machine, an aluminum magnet with red painted tips. Also includes a black and white studio image and a copy of the film. 26 1/4 by 22 1/4 by 13 1/4 inches PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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JOHN BARRYMORE ROMEO AND JULIET CAPE

Lot 262: JOHN BARRYMORE ROMEO AND JULIET CAPE

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Description: A scarlet red wool cape made for John Barrymore as Mercutio in <I> Romeo </I> <I> and </I> <I> Juliet </I> (MGM, 1936). The cape has gold bullion raised embroidery work to the collar, a gold bullion cord to neckline, and a vintage brass button. Costume design by Adrian and Oliver Messel. While the piece is not seen in the film, it was worn for publicity images and believed to have been later worn in Barrymore's final film <I> Playmates </I> (RKO, 1941). A Western Costume label is inscribed "Barrymore 4C" with a Western Costume Co. stamp. Post-production alterations are present, including dying of the cape from the original ecru color. Accompanied by an original lot tag. Link to images available upon request. PROVENANCE Lot 241, "Western Costume Star Collection, Part II," Butterfield & Butterfield, Los Angeles, July 17, 18 & 19, 1994 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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LESLIE HOWARD ROMEO AND JULIET COSTUME PIECES

Lot 263: LESLIE HOWARD ROMEO AND JULIET COSTUME PIECES

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Description: Two costume pieces worn by Leslie Howard in <I> Romeo </I> <I> and </I> <I> Juliet </I> (MGM, 1936). The first is a pair of black wool twill leggings with cream embroidery work of a heart and lyre, a Western Costume stamp and a Western Costume label inscribed "6626 #4A L.Howard 30." The second piece is a wool fencing jacket with padding and quilt work. A Western Costume label is inscribed "6496 L.Howard 76." Post-production alterations are present in the jacket. Costume design by Adrian and Oliver Messel. Accompanied by a copy of the film and an original lot tag. Previously exhibited at The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences exhibition space in Beverly Hills, California. PROVENANCE Leggings: Lot 1556, "Highlights from Western Costume Star Collection," Butterfield & Butterfield, Los Angeles, October 10, 1993 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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MGM 1970 AUCTION CATALOGS AND ARCHIVE

Lot 264: MGM 1970 AUCTION CATALOGS AND ARCHIVE

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Description: A complete set of five auction catalogs in the original mailing box from the historic 1970 20-day MGM back lot auction conducted by David Weisz Co. Accompanied by auctioneer's notes, four supplements, addendums, a catalog for the June 23rd sale "Designer's Parade & Wedding Gowns"; a catalog for the June 25th sale "Star Wardrobe & Ladies Costumes"; a catalog for the June 22nd sale "Western Wardrobe"; a paper bidding paddle, a flyer for the after sale, and a flyer from Debbie Reynolds requesting help to preserve Hollywood history. The auction included the sale of MGM film used furniture, props, decorative items, set pieces, and star wardrobe. PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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MGM EPHEMERA

Lot 265: MGM EPHEMERA

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Description: A group of ephemera from MGM Studios. The group includes a green stool stamped "M.G.M, C.D." that was used in <I> The </I> <I> Harvey </I> <I> Girls </I> (MGM, 1946); the legs were later cropped and used by the wardrobe department to alter hems. Also included are a red metal acetone canister marked "MGM" from the film editing department, two wig blocks, a clack board, a hem ruler, and a cardboard MGM film canister box. Accompanied by two wig block anchors. Stool, 14 by 12 inches PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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JOSEFF OF HOLLYWOOD GOLD TONE COSTUME BEES

Lot 266: JOSEFF OF HOLLYWOOD GOLD TONE COSTUME BEES

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Description: A pair of gold tone bees designed by Joseff of Hollywood as costume embellishment for an unknown MGM production. The bees were originally attached to a strip of leather. Joseff of Hollywood also created bee pins in this style for the retail market. The retail version of these bees appears in the books <I> Signed </I> <I> Beauties </I> <I> of </I> <I> Costume </I> <I> Jewelry </I>: <I> Identification </I> & <I> Values </I> by Marcia Brown (Paducah: Collector Books, 2000) and <I> Read </I> <I> My </I> <I> Pins </I>: <I> Stories </I> <I> from </I> <I> a </I> <I> Diplomat's </I> <I> Jewel </I> <I> Box </I> by Madeleine Albright (Melcher Media, 2009). Previously exhibited at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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VINTAGE HOLLYWOOD STUDIO SHOES

Lot 267: VINTAGE HOLLYWOOD STUDIO SHOES

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Description: A group of 14 pairs of vintage Hollywood studio shoes. The group includes a pair of gold lamé brocade heels with rhinestone embellished heels; a pair of apricot brocade heels with large gold lamé bows; a pair of gold kid leather heels; a pair of cream moiré heels; a pair of heels with mottled stitch work in shades of green and blue with enamel metal buckles; a pair of black satin heels; a pair of ivory and gold lamé brocade heels with silver kid leather detail; a pair of gold textured kid leather heels with openwork to toes; a pair of deep red leather men's Arabian style shoes; a pair of black suede heels with rhinestones and cutwork; a pair of gold lamé heels with ribbon work, rhinestone embellishment and red satin heels; a pair of persimmon brocade heels with gold tone shoe buckles; a pair of ladies leather slippers with gold bullion work; and a pair of black satin pumps with cutwork. Many pairs of these shoes were purchased at the 1970 MGM Auction after sale. PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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PARAMOUNT PICTURES WARDROBE BIN

Lot 268: PARAMOUNT PICTURES WARDROBE BIN

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Description: A Paramount Pictures wardrobe bin used to transport costumes to the set of various films. A sticker on the lid indicates that the last film that used this piece was <I> March </I> <I> or </I> <I> Die </I> ( Associated General Films, 1977) starring Gene Hackman and Catherine Deneuve. The canvas bin with a metal frame and wood base and lid is produced by Dandux. "Paramount Pictures Corp. Wardrobe" is stenciled onto the bin. Approximately 30 by 38 inches PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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COLUMBIA PICTURES BOARD ROOM CHAIRS

Lot 269: COLUMBIA PICTURES BOARD ROOM CHAIRS

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Description: A trio of 1920s era chairs upholstered in leather with brass tacks over tapered oak legs with front casters. Believed to have been used in the board room of Columbia Pictures during its rise to fame as one of the leading motion picture companies. Each chair stamped on underside with "COL" inventory numbers. Originally purchased from The Hollywood Heritage Museum sale. 38 by 20 by 18 inches PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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GASLIGHT TOWER JEWELS MEDALLION

Lot 270: GASLIGHT TOWER JEWELS MEDALLION

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Description: A painted cast brass St. George ornament featured in the tower of London scene of <I> Gaslight </I> (MGM, 1944). The film was nominated for seven Academy Awards, winning Best Actress for Ingrid Bergman and Best Art Direction (Black and White) for Cedric Gibbons, William Ferrari, Edwin B. Willis, and Paul Huldschinsky. Accompanied by a black and white studio image and a copy of the film. Previously exhibited at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. 3 by 3 1/2 inches PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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MARY PICKFORD LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY COSTUME

Lot 271: MARY PICKFORD LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY COSTUME

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Description: A taupe corduroy ensemble worn by Mary Pickford as Cedric Errol in <I> Little </I> <I> Lord </I> <I> Fauntleroy </I> (Mary Pickford, 1921). Pickford also plays the role of Widow Errol in this film. The costume comprises a bodice jacket, breeches both with bias labels inscribed "537," linen and floral lace collar and cuffs, and a pair of caramel velvet spats that are not original to this costume but accompanied the lot at the Mary Pickford estate sale and are worn in another scene of the film. Accompanied by a pair of shoes and vintage chocolate ribbon waistband that are not original to the costume, two studio images of Pickford wearing spats, the original estate sale receipt, and a copy of the film. Additionally, featured in the American Movie Classics documentary <I> The </I> <I> Hollywood </I> <I> Fashion </I> <I> Machine </I>: <I> Faded </I> <I> Sequins </I>, <I> Tattered </I> <I> Dreams </I>, <I> Saving </I> <I> Hollywood's </I> <I> Classic </I> <I> Costumes </I> (AMC, 2000). Previously exhibited: The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, "Hollywood 2000: The Eighth Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibit," February through April 2000, and at Raleigh Studios' "Mary Pickford: Women in Film" gala and The Hollywood Heritage Museum in Hollywood, California. PROVENANCE Lot 1127, The J.M. Goodman Auction Gallery, Inc., in association with C.B. Charles Galleries, Inc., Presents the Auction of the Mary Pickford Estate, 1981 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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MARY PICKFORD SECRETS BALL GOWN

Lot 272: MARY PICKFORD SECRETS BALL GOWN

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Description: An ice blue silk and tulle ball gown worn by Mary Pickford in her final film role in <i> Secrets </i> (Mary Pickford, 1933). The gown has a fitted bodice with puffed sleeves and a separate full skirt with many layers of tulle ruffles with lace trim and organdy and velvet artificial flowers. Costume design by Adrian. It has been reported that Pickford had Adrian design this gown based on a gown he designed for Norma Shearer in <i> Smilin' </i> <i> Through </i> ( MGM, 1932). Accompanied by an ivory organdy petticoat with many layers of lace trimmed ruffles original to the costume and three black and white film stills. Appears in the book <i> Those </i> <i> Glorious </i> <i> Glamour </i> <i> Years </i>: <i> The </i> <i> Great </i> <i> Hollywood </i> <i> Costumes </i> <i> of </i> <i> the </i> <i> Nineteen </i> <i> Thirties </i> by Margaret J. Bailey (Secaucus, NJ: Citadel Press, 1982). PROVENANCE Lot 1105, The J.M. Goodman Auction Gallery, Inc., in association with C.B. Charles Galleries, Inc., Presents the Auction of the Mary Pickford Estate, 1981 From the Collection of Glenn Brown <iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="315" src="//www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/WYYUcEEI2dg" width="420"></iframe>

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MARY PICKFORD ARCHIVE

Lot 273: MARY PICKFORD ARCHIVE

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Description: The archive includes a limited edition catalog numbered 365 and admission ticket for "The Mary Pickford Estate" auction held in 1981 at the J.M. Goodman Auction Gallery; a 1937 Real Estate bound in green felted wraps brochure for Pickfair; a late 1980s real estate brochure of Pickfair; a Pickfair greeting card with typed message to verso; six black and white Polaroids of the interior of Pickfair attributed as being during the residence of Jerry Buss; and additional printed materials. PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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CAROLE LOMBARD WORN PUBLICITY GOWN

Lot 274: CAROLE LOMBARD WORN PUBLICITY GOWN

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Description: A pale green bias cut reversed silk charmeuse Travis Banton gown worn by Carole Lombard for a 1931 Otto Dyar publicity image. The figure-hugging trained gown is embellished with silver bullion embroidery work, artificial pearls, small sequins and beadwork in a floral and foliate pattern. A bias label is inscribed "AD4," and a Paramount label is present. The gown is believed to have been created for Lombard for <I> No </I> <I> Man </I> <I> of </I> <I> Her </I> <I> Own </I> (Paramount, 1932). It was previously attributed as a Florence Vidor gown. Accompanied by the original Christie's lot tag. Photo credit: Getty Images Previously exhibited at The Hollywood Heritage Museum, Hollywood, California. PROVENANCE Lot 113, "Entertainment Memorabilia Including Costumes from The Collection of Paramount Pictures," Christie's, New York, Sale number 7117, December 12, 1990 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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JEANETTE MacDONALD LOVE PARADE WEDDING GOWN

Lot 275: JEANETTE MacDONALD LOVE PARADE WEDDING GOWN

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Description: An ivory silk satin wedding gown worn by Jeanette MacDonald in her debut film role as Queen Louise in <i> Love </i> <i> Parade </i> (Paramount, 1929). The slender-fitting long-sleeve gown is heavily hand embellished with rhinestones, paste stones, silver tone bugle beads, and artificial pearls in a foliate motif with a center front gathering and slit to the trained skirt. Costume design by Travis Banton. Accompanied by two black and white studio images and an original Christie's lot tag. PROVENANCE Partial lot 50, "Entertainment Memorabilia Including Costumes from The Collection of Paramount Pictures," Christie's, New York, Sale number 7117, December 12, 1990 From the Collection of Glenn Brown <iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="315" src="//www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/4Jg0bj-yDR4" width="420"></iframe>

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JEANETTE MacDONALD THE FIREFLY CAPE ORNAMENT

Lot 276: JEANETTE MacDONALD THE FIREFLY CAPE ORNAMENT

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Description: A gold bullion braided cape ornament worn by Jeanette MacDonald in her role as Nina Maria, a beautiful singing spy for Spain during the Napoleonic Wars in <I> The </I> <I> Firefly </I> (MGM, 1937). The ornament is embellished with small gold sequins, beaded and sequin fringes, and a rosette closure. Costume design by Adrian. Accompanied by a copy of the film and a studio image. PROVENANCE From the MGM haberdashery department From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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JEANETTE MacDONALD THE FIREFLY SPENCER JACKET

Lot 277: JEANETTE MacDONALD THE FIREFLY SPENCER JACKET

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Description: A crimson silk velvet Spencer style jacket worn by Jeanette MacDonald in her role as Nina Maria, a beautiful singing spy for Spain during the Napoleonic Wars, in <I> The </I> <I> Firefly </I> (MGM, 1937). The tailored jacket has puffed long sleeves and is embellished with silk faille frogs to the sleeves and center front, with silk faille cord trim to collar and tails, box pleated organdy to the collar, and hand finishing work. Costume design by Adrian. Accompanied by a copy of the film. Previously exhibited at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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MARION DAVIES POLLY OF THE CIRCUS LEOTARD

Lot 278: MARION DAVIES POLLY OF THE CIRCUS LEOTARD

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Description: A black velvet leotard designed by Adrian for Marion Davies in <I> Polly </I> <I> of </I> <I> the </I> <I> Circus </I> (MGM, 1932). The leotard is embellished with a foliate pattern formed from small rhinestones in casing and sprays of small bugle beads. Davies wore a grey version of this leotard as a trapeze artist in the film. The leotard was later seen in <I> San </I> <I> Francisco </I> (MGM, 1936). Post-production alterations are present. Accompanied by copies of the films. Link to a wardrobe image of Davies modeling a leotard identical to this one. Previously exhibited at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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ADRIAN IDIOT'S DELIGHT COSTUME

Lot 279: ADRIAN IDIOT'S DELIGHT COSTUME

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Description: A black panne velvet performance costume worn in <I> Idiot's </I> <I> Delight </I> (MGM, 1939). Norma Shearer and two other trapeze artists wear costumes identical to this one during a performance. The costume is embellished with small sequins in a spiral vine pattern. Accompanied by a velvet cap, not original to the costume, and a copy of the film. Previously exhibited at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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HARRIET HOCTOR THE GREAT ZIEGFELD RHINESTONE HAT

Lot 280: HARRIET HOCTOR THE GREAT ZIEGFELD RHINESTONE HAT

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Description: A taxi cap solidly covered with gradated rhinestones worn by Harriet Hoctor while performing "Harriet Hoctor Ballet" with six Borzi in <I> The </I> <I> Great </I> <I> Ziegfeld </I> (MGM, 1936). Costume design by Adrian. <I> The </I> <I> Great </I> <I> Ziegfeld </I> was nominated for seven Academy Awards and won three, including Best Picture. Accompanied by a black and white studio image of Hoctor and an MGM studio feather not original to the piece. Previously exhibited at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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ZIEGFELD FOLLIES DANCE COSTUME

Lot 281: ZIEGFELD FOLLIES DANCE COSTUME

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Description: A shimmering pale blue long coat worn by a dancer in the "Limehouse Blues" number that starred Fred Astaire and Lucille Bremer in <I> Ziegfeld </I> <I> Follies </I> (MGM, 1945). The silk wool blend costume has a band collar, long kimono sleeves with golden yellow satin revers, decorative frog closures, and an opening-to-front skirt with gathered apricot satin and a graduated hemline. A bias label reads "Irene Austin 1325." Sharaff is credited with designing the costumes for this sequence; Irene was the film's costume supervisor. Accompanied by a copy of the film. PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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JOAN CRAWFORD MANNEQUIN DANCE COSTUME

Lot 282: JOAN CRAWFORD MANNEQUIN DANCE COSTUME

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Description: A dance costume worn by Joan Crawford in Mannequin (MGM, 1937). The costume comprises a sleeveless bodice with a peplum covered with solid jet-like and gold tone sequins, pleated tulle embellished with sequins to the shoulder, and a pair of sequin-covered dance pants. Costume design by Adrian. The bodice is inscribed "Pat Denise," indicating that the costume may have been used in an additional production. Pat Denise, also known under the Russian pseudonym Alexandra Denisova, was a dancer with a career in Hollywood that began in the 1940s. Accompanied by a black and white studio image of Crawford. Previously exhibited at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas and at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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ELEANOR POWELL BROADWAY MELODY OF 1940 BODICE

Lot 283: ELEANOR POWELL BROADWAY MELODY OF 1940 BODICE

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Description: A gold lamé dress bodice from a gown worn by Eleanor Powell while dancing with George Murphy to "Between You and Me" in <I> Broadway </I> <I> Melody </I> <I> of </I> <I> 1940 </I> (MGM, 1940). The bodice is embellished with gold bullion, sequins, brass leaves, gold metal and wood beadwork. Costume design by Adrian. Post-production alterations are present. The gown also appeared in the closet of Lana Turner in <I> Ziegfeld </I> <I> Girl </I> (MGM, 1941). Accompanied by two black and white publicity images and a copy of <I> Ziegfeld </I> <I> Girl </I>. Previously exhibited at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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MARIA OUSPENSKAYA CONQUEST ADRIAN GOWN

Lot 284: MARIA OUSPENSKAYA CONQUEST ADRIAN GOWN

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Description: An emerald green silk velvet Adrian period gown worn by Maria Ouspenskaya as Countess Pelagia Walewska in <I> Conquest </I> (MGM, 1937). The long-sleeve gown has a fitted bodice with pleated velvet embellishment to cuffs, pleated organdy to collar, an attached underskirt of moiré with satin stripes with an organdy fichu with pleated trim and a velvet bow. A bias label in the dress reads "8314." Accompanied by a copy of the film. Previously exhibited at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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CHARLES BOYER CONQUEST UNIFORM JACKET

Lot 285: CHARLES BOYER CONQUEST UNIFORM JACKET

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Description: A tricolor uniform jacket worn by Charles Boyer in his Academy Award nominated role as Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte upon meeting Countess Marie Walewska, played by Greta Garbo, in <I> Conquest </I> (MGM, 1937). The cutaway jacket of forest green, crimson, and ivory wool has piping details, decorative gold tone buttons, and gold bullion embroidery work to the tails. Inscribed "Napoleon" to interior lining. Accompanied by a pair of MGM vintage epaulettes and an MGM studio medal, not original to the costume, and a copy of the film. PROVENANCE Lot 556, "Animation Art/Collector's Carrousel," Sotheby's, New York, Sale number 7074, December 19, 1997 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT MARIE ANTOINETTE PERIOD COAT

Lot 286: JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT MARIE ANTOINETTE PERIOD COAT

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Description: A steel blue wool period cutaway coat worn by Joseph Schildkraut as Duke d'Orléans during the court scene in <I> Marie </I> <I> Antoinette </I> (MGM, 1938). An MGM label is inscribed "Schildkraut 15-9214." Men's costume design by Gile Steele. Accompanied by a copy of the film. Previously exhibited at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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TYRONE POWER MARIE ANTOINETTE WAISTCOAT

Lot 287: TYRONE POWER MARIE ANTOINETTE WAISTCOAT

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Description: A pale green silk brocade waistcoat worn by Tyrone Power as Count Axel de Fersen in <I> Marie </I> <I> Antoinette </I> (MGM, 1938). The waistcoat has apricot striping and foliate sprigs, with gold tone filigree buttons, and an MGM label that reads "Tyron Power." Men's costume design by Giles Steele. Accompanied by a copy of the film. Additionally, featured in the American Movie Classics documentary <I> The </I> <I> Hollywood </I> <I> Fashion </I> <I> Machine </I>: <I> Faded </I> <I> Sequins </I>, <I> Tattered </I> <I> Dreams </I>, <I> Saving </I> <I> Hollywood's </I> <I> Classic </I> <I> Costumes </I> (AMC, 2000). Previously exhibited: The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, "Hollywood 2000: The Eighth Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibit," February through April 2000, with a corresponding ensemble from the collection at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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ROBERT MORLEY MARIE ANTOINETTE PERIOD COAT

Lot 288: ROBERT MORLEY MARIE ANTOINETTE PERIOD COAT

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Description: A persimmon silk velvet justacorps, a style that preceded the frock coat, worn by Robert Morley in his Academy Award nominated role as King Louis XVI in <I> Marie </I> <I> Antoinette </I> (MGM, 1938). The coat is embellished with gold bullion embroidery and has gold tone buttons with topaz colored rhinestones. An MGM label reads "Morely #1 1030-9775 13." Men's costume design by Gile Steele. Accompanied by a handwritten note found in the coat pocket inscribed "Then there is indeed nothing more to say!" believed to be written by Morley as a line reminder. Also accompanied by a floral brocade gold lamé waistcoat with rhinestone embellished globe buttons and MGM cleaning tag and a lace dickey inscribed MGM that are not original to the costume as well as a copy of the film. Additionally, featured in the American Movie Classics documentary <I> The </I> <I> Hollywood </I> <I> Fashion </I> <I> Machine </I>: <I> Faded </I> <I> Sequins </I>, <I> Tattered </I> <I> Dreams </I>, <I> Saving </I> <I> Hollywood's </I> <I> Classic </I> <I> Costumes </I> (AMC, 2000). Previously exhibited: The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, "Hollywood 2000: The Eighth Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibit," February through April 2000. PROVENANCE Partial lot 550, "Animation Art/Collector's Carrousel," Sotheby's, New York, Sale number 7074, December 19, 1997 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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JOHN BARRYMORE MARIE ANTOINETTE DRESSING ROBE

Lot 289: JOHN BARRYMORE MARIE ANTOINETTE DRESSING ROBE

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Description: A deep garnet dressing robe worn by John Barrymore, as King Louis XV while dining with Gladys George as Madame Du Barry in <I> Marie </I> <I> Antoinette </I> (MGM, 1938). The robe is embroidered with gold bullion sprays of wheat and has a wild mink collar and cuffs and golden frog closures. Costume design by Gile Steele. Accompanied by a studio dickey inscribed "MGM" that is not original to the costume and a copy of the film. Additionally, featured in the American Movie Classics documentary <I> The </I> <I> Hollywood </I> <I> Fashion </I> <I> Machine </I>: <I> Faded </I> <I> Sequins </I>, <I> Tattered </I> <I> Dreams </I>, <I> Saving </I> <I> Hollywood's </I> <I> Classic </I> <I> Costumes </I> (AMC, 2000). Previously exhibited: The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, "Hollywood 2000: The Eighth Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibit," February through April 2000. PROVENANCE Lot 553, "Animation Art/Collector's Carrousel," Sotheby's, New York, Sale number 7074, December 19, 1997 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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MARIE ANTOINETTE BALL GOWN

Lot 290: MARIE ANTOINETTE BALL GOWN

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Description: A rose velvet gown worn to the masquerade ball in <I> Marie </I> <I> Antoinette </I> (MGM, 1938). The gown comprises an overdress embellished with quilted silk trimming, ribbon rosettes, silver lamé braid work, silver bullion fringes and a full pannier skirt, a petal pink silk organdy dickey that has been professionally recreated onto the original bodice of the underdress, and a velvet tricorn hat with ostrich plumes, silver lamé braid work and silver bullion fringes. Professional conservation has been performed by Bill Hargate Studios to bring the costume back to original splendor. Accompanied by additional pieces original to the costume and a copy of the film. Additionally, featured in the American Movie Classics documentary <I> The </I> <I> Hollywood </I> <I> Fashion </I> <I> Machine </I>: <I> Faded </I> <I> Sequins </I>, <I> Tattered </I> <I> Dreams </I>, <I> Saving </I> <I> Hollywood's </I> <I> Classic </I> <I> Costumes </I> (AMC, 2000). Previously exhibited: The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, "Hollywood 2000: The Eighth Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibit," February through April 2000, and The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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MAE BUSCH MARIE ANTOINETTE GOWN

Lot 291: MAE BUSCH MARIE ANTOINETTE GOWN

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Description: A pastel green silk brocade gown worn by Mae Busch as Mme. La Motte while discussing The Affair of the Diamond Necklace, a historic event that was one of the causes ultimately leading to the French Revolution in <I> Marie </I> <I> Antoinette </I> (MGM, 1938). The gown comprises a fitted bodice with decorative ruching and piping, lace trim, and Pompadour sleeves and a pannier skirt with pleated ruffle trim. The fabric has been previously attributed as being from the 18th century. The gown was later seen in <I> Singin' </I> <I> in </I> <I> the </I> <I> Rain </I> (MGM, 1952) and <I> Scaramouche </I> (MGM, 1952). Professional restoration has been performed by Bill Hargate Studios to bring the costume back to original splendor. Accompanied by fabric pieces original to the costume and a copy of the film. Additionally, featured in the American Movie Classics documentary <I> The </I> <I> Hollywood </I> <I> Fashion </I> <I> Machine </I>: <I> Faded </I> <I> Sequins </I>, <I> Tattered </I> <I> Dreams </I>, <I> Saving </I> <I> Hollywood's </I> <I> Classic </I> <I> Costumes </I> (AMC, 2000). Previously exhibited: The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, "Hollywood 2000: The Eighth Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibit," February through April 2000, and The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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NORMA SHEARER MARIE ANTOINETTE SKIRT AND CUFFS

Lot 292: NORMA SHEARER MARIE ANTOINETTE SKIRT AND CUFFS

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Description: A laurel green silk brocade skirt with gold lamé floral springs worn by Norma Shearer as the title character in her Academy Award nominated role in <I> Marie </I> <I> Antoinette </I> (MGM, 1938). The skirt was part of a fur trimmed gown Shearer wears while discussing The Affair of the Diamond Necklace, a historic event that was one of the causes ultimately leading to the French Revolution. Costume design by Adrian. Accompanied by the original silver lamé double-layered lace cuffs, three pieces of silver lamé lace and gold lamé point de esprit with snaps, identical to the under layer of the cuffs as well as a copy of the film. Previously displayed at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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NORMA SHEARER MARIE ANTOINETTE CORSET

Lot 293: NORMA SHEARER MARIE ANTOINETTE CORSET

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Description: An ivory silk damask corset worn by Norma Shearer as the title character in her Academy Award nominated role in <I> Marie </I> <I> Antoinette </I> (MGM, 1938). The boned corset has a petal pink floral spring motif and is embellished with ecru re-embroidered lace with scalloped edges, ruched ribbon work and a decorative cream satin ribbon that laces up the center front. The corset is worn by Marie Antoinette as she prepares to flee Paris. Costume design by Adrian. Accompanied by a copy of the film. Additionally, featured in the American Movie Classics documentary <I> The </I> <I> Hollywood </I> <I> Fashion </I> <I> Machine </I>: <I> Faded </I> <I> Sequins </I>, <I> Tattered </I> <I> Dreams </I>, <I> Saving </I> <I> Hollywood's </I> <I> Classic </I> <I> Costumes </I> (AMC, 2000). Previously exhibited: The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, "Hollywood 2000: The Eighth Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibit," February through April 2000, and at The Sharon Landa Gallery in Hollywood, California, 1971. PROVENANCE "M-G-M Auction After Sale," David Weisz Co., Los Angeles, 1970 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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NORMA SHEARER MARIE ANTOINETTE DRESSING GOWN

Lot 294: NORMA SHEARER MARIE ANTOINETTE DRESSING GOWN

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Description: A steel blue silk brocade dressing gown with gold lamé floral springs worn by Norma Shearer as the title character in her Academy Award nominated role in <I> Marie </I> <I> Antoinette </I> (MGM, 1938). The gown is trimmed with chocolate sable. Shearer wears the gown when she is reunited with Count Axel de Fersen, played by Tyrone Power. Costume design by Adrian. Professional conservation has been performed by Bill Hargate Studios to bring the costume back to original splendor. Accompanied by a petal pink corset and petticoat recreated based on the original film pieces, a gold tone cross necklace for display purposes, and a copy of the film. Additionally, featured in the American Movie Classics documentary <I> The </I> <I> Hollywood </I> <I> Fashion </I> <I> Machine </I>: <I> Faded </I> <I> Sequins </I>, <I> Tattered </I> <I> Dreams </I>, <I> Saving </I> <I> Hollywood's </I> <I> Classic </I> <I> Costumes </I> (AMC, 2000). Previously exhibited: The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, "Hollywood 2000: The Eighth Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design Exhibit," February through April 2000, and The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences exhibition space in Beverly Hills, California. PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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TRAVIS BANTON EMBELLISHED SILK SHAWL

Lot 295: TRAVIS BANTON EMBELLISHED SILK SHAWL

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Description: A pale apricot silk satin shawl circa 1927 designed by Travis Banton for an unknown Paramount production. The shawl is embellished with hand sewn rhinestones, paste, and mirrored beads forming large exotic flowers and rows of paste lining the borders with beaded fringes. Accompanied by the original lot tag. Approximately 54 by 53 inches PROVENANCE Partial lot 50, "Entertainment Memorabilia Including Costumes from The Collection of Paramount Pictures," Christie's, New York, Sale number 7117, December 12, 1990 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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CLAUDETTE COLBERT ATTRIBUTED EMBELLISHED BODICE

Lot 296: CLAUDETTE COLBERT ATTRIBUTED EMBELLISHED BODICE

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Description: A cream silk crepe bodice with elaborate silver tone beading, sequins and mirrored embellishment. The tailored bodice has padded shoulders, a peplum, and silk chiffon lining. The piece was purchased at a Hollywood consignment boutique that received many items from stars and the studios. This piece was attributed by the shop owner as being consigned by the secretary of Claudette Colbert, who received it as a gift from Colbert. It is believed to be designed by Travis Banton. PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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CLAUDETTE COLBERT ZAZA GOWN

Lot 297: CLAUDETTE COLBERT ZAZA GOWN

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Description: A cream silk satin gown with heavy rhinestone and faceted glass embellishment in a foliate motif worn by Claudette Colbert as a glamorous singer in <I> Zaza </I> (Paramount, 1939). Although Edith Head was the costume designer for <I> Zaza </I>, this elaborate gown has been attributed in the book <I> Those </I> <I> Glorious </I> <I> Glamour </I> <I> Years </I> by Margaret J. Bailey as being designed by Travis Banton at the request of Colbert. Banton was quoted as describing it as "an extravaganza, and profusely so, frankly vulgar." The figure-hugging trained gown was later worn by Ann Dvorak in <I> Flame </I> <I> of </I> <I> Barbary </I> <I> Coast </I> (Republic, 1945). Accompanied by an apricot ostrich plume, two black and white studio images, an original lot tag, and a copy of <I> Flame </I> <I> of </I> <I> Barbary </I> <I> Coast </I>. Appears in the books <I> Those </I> <I> Glorious </I> <I> Glamour </I> <I> Years </I>: <I> The </I> <I> Great </I> <I> Hollywood </I> <I> Costumes </I> <I> of </I> <I> the </I> <I> Nineteen </I> <I> Thirties </I> by Margaret J. Bailey (Secaucus, NJ: Citadel Press, 1982) and <I> Hollywood </I> <I> Costume </I>: <I> Glamour </I>! <I> Glitter </I>! <I> Romance </I>! by Dale McConathy with Diana Vreeland (New York: Harry N. Abrams Inc., 1977) and previously exhibited at the corresponding exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The gown was misattributed in the book and exhibit as a Mae West costume for <I> Belle </I> <I> of </I> <I> the </I> <I> Nineties </I> (Paramount, 1934). PROVENANCE Partial lot 50, "Entertainment Memorabilia Including Costumes from The Collection of Paramount Pictures," Christie's, New York, Sale number 7117, December 12, 1990 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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LINDA DARNELL HOTEL FOR WOMEN GOLD LAMÉ GOWN

Lot 298: LINDA DARNELL HOTEL FOR WOMEN GOLD LAMÉ GOWN

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Description: A gold lamé gown and bolero worn by Linda Darnell for her debut film role in <I> Hotel </I> <I> for </I> <I> Women </I> (20th Century, 1939). The gown has hand smocking embellishment, short puffed sleeves, a set-in waistband, ivory silk lining to skirt, a graduated hemline, and a bias label that reads "19809 Darnell." The long-sleeve bolero is embellished with hand smocking embellishment, padded shoulders, and hand finishing to interior. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from sister and heir of Linda Darnell, Undeen Darnell Hunt, and two black and white film images. PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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LINDA DARNELL SWEET AND LOW-DOWN SUIT

Lot 299: LINDA DARNELL SWEET AND LOW-DOWN SUIT

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Description: A blue grey twill suit worn by Linda Darnell as Trudy Wilson in <I> Sweet </I> <I> and </I> <I> Low </I>-<I> Down </I> (20th Century, 1944). The suit comprises a tailored double-breasted jacket with ebony velvet trim and buttons, hand finishing work, and a flared skirt with a grosgrain waistband and bias labels that read "42917-Linda Darnell" and "1 69 1 0615." Costume design by Yvonne Wood. Accompanied by a copy of the film and two colorized studio images. PROVENANCE Partial lot 362, "Western Costume 'Star Collection,' Part III," Butterfield & Butterfield, Los Angeles, December 3 & 4, 1994 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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ALEXIS SMITH WHIPLASH GOWN

Lot 300: ALEXIS SMITH WHIPLASH GOWN

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Description: A figure-hugging gown worn by Alexis Smith while performing "Just for Now" in the noir film <i> Whiplash </i> (Warner Bros., 1948). The bodice is black with gold lamé pleated stripes and padded shoulders. The heavy crepe skirt has a drop waistband with a draped gold lamé panel and side slit. The gown has an attached mesh understructure with a Warner Brothers label that reads "1671-681." Costume design by Milo Anderson. Accompanied by a copy of the film. PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown <iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="315" src="//www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/Uop-eCTa5Fs" width="420"></iframe>

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LANA TURNER HONKY TONK GOWN

Lot 301: LANA TURNER HONKY TONK GOWN

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Description: A navy crepe gown worn by Lana Turner in <I> Honky </I> <I> Tonk </I> (MGM, 1941). The gown has a boned bodice with short puffed sleeves with black silk satin embellishment and a long skirt with godets with silk satin trimming and black organdy under ruffles. A bias label reads "Lana Turner 2256." Some post-production alterations are present. Costume design by Robert Kalloch. Accompanied by a pair of lace cuffs believed to be original to the costume, a copy of the film, a black and white studio image, and an original Christie's lot tag. PROVENANCE Lot 345, "Film and Television Memorabilia Including Costumes," Christie's, New York, Sale number 7821, December 18, 1995 From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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LANA TURNER MADAME X COSTUME SKETCH

Lot 302: LANA TURNER MADAME X COSTUME SKETCH

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Description: A Jean Louis mixed media costume sketch of Lana Turner holding a Christmas angel for <I> Madame </I> <I> X </I> (Universal, 1966). The sketch is signed "jean Louis" in black marker. The sketch procured at Uniquities Consignment House sale of Jean Louis sketches held September 25-October 24, 1992. Accompanied by a copy of the sale program. Framed, 28 1/2 by 24 1/2 inches PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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FRANCES FARMER COME AND GET IT PERIOD COSTUME

Lot 303: FRANCES FARMER COME AND GET IT PERIOD COSTUME

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Description: A crimson floral and paisley print period costume worn by Frances Farmer, who plays duel roles in <I> Come </I> <I> and </I> <I> Get </I> <I> It </I> (United Artists, 1936). The costume comprises a tailored bodice with crepe revers, black silk satin trim, with a Samuel Goldwyn Co. label inscribed "Farmer 1900-3 D."; a long skirt with decorative ruching to the hem and hanging panels trimmed with black silk satin trim to backside with a Samuel Goldwyn Co. label inscribed "Farmer 1900-3 D."; a large bow that was attached to the back; and three carved jet-like buttons. Costume design by Omar Kiam. Accompanied by a copy of the film. PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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JANET GAYNOR THE YOUNG IN HEART SILK DRESS

Lot 304: JANET GAYNOR THE YOUNG IN HEART SILK DRESS

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Description: A cream silk dress with a handpainted bow pattern worn by Janet Gaynor in <i> The </i> <i> Young </i> <i> in </i> <i> Heart </i> (Selznick, 1938). The dress has short puffed sleeves, a gathered panel inserted into the center front skirt, and hand finishing work. A Selznick Pictures label is present and typed "Janet Gaynor 106-WW-159." Costume design by Omar Kiam. Accompanied by a black and white studio image. PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown <iframe allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="315" src="//www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/7MmYMQFD-GM" width="420"></iframe>

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LORETTA YOUNG RACHEL AND THE STRANGER DRESS

Lot 305: LORETTA YOUNG RACHEL AND THE STRANGER DRESS

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Description: A chocolate homespun style woven pioneer dress worn by Loretta Young in <I> Rachel </I> <I> and </I> <I> the </I> <I> Stranger </I> (RKO, 1948). The dress has a tailored bodice with wooden buttons and hand finishing details to interior with a gathered skirt. A bias label reads "Cp7-531-L.Young Period 1780." Costume design by Edith Head. Accompanied by eight black and white studio images. PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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JOAN FONTAINE FRENCHMAN'S CREEK PERIOD COSTUME

Lot 306: JOAN FONTAINE FRENCHMAN'S CREEK PERIOD COSTUME

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Description: An ecru with handpainted silver striping period costume worn by Joan Fontaine as Dona St. Columb, an aristocratic English woman who falls in love with a French pirate in <I> Frenchman's </I> <I> Creek </I> (Paramount, 1944). The costume comprises a polonaise with boned and corseted bodice with puffed sleeves with organdy and re-embroidered lace to interior and attached draped overskirt with a Paramount label that reads "J.Fontain [sic]"; a full skirt with decorative ruching to the graduated hemline and a Paramount label inscribed "J. Fontain [sic]"; and a small coin pouch. Costume design by Raoul Pene Du Bois. Accompanied by four black and white studio images of Fontaine in the costume. PROVENANCE From the Collection of Glenn Brown

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