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  • Debbie Reynolds Hollywood Memorabilia Auction

    Debbie Reynolds' entire collection contains over 3,500 costumes and 20,000 original photographs, which are being sold through a series of auctions. Pictured, Judy Garland "Dorothy Gale" blue cotton test dress with polka dot trim and ivory sheer puff-sleeved blouse by Adrian from The Wizard of Oz (1939), which sold for $1,119,300.
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    Marilyn Monroe "The Girl" ivory pleated "Subway" dress by Travilla, the most recognized costume in film history, from The Seven Year Itch. It sold for $5,658,000.
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  • Debbie Reynolds Hollywood Memorabilia Auction

    Audrey Hepburn's iconic Ascot dress from My Fair Lady - Designed by legendary costume designer Cecil Beaton. It sold for $ 4,551,000.
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    1918 Ford Model T used in Laurel & Hardy films. It sold for $43,050.
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    Charlie Chaplin signature bowler hat from numerous productions as "The Tramp" character. It sold for $ 135,300.
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    Charlton Heston "Judah Ben-Hur" tunic and cape for royal procession into Rome from Ben-Hur. It sold for $393,600.
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    Elizabeth Taylor signature royal ceremonial headdress from the 1963 Cleopatra. It sold for $123,000.
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    Richard Burton "Mark Antony" gold embroidered off-white leather tunic and burgundy cape with short sword, by Nino Novarese for Cleopatra. It sold for $104,550.
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    Barbra Streisand "Dolly Levi" signature purple period dress with purse and bustle from Hello, Dolly! It sold for $67,650.
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    Elizabeth Taylor "Velvet Brown" racing silks and riding pants from National Velvet (1944). It sold for $73,800.
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    Marilyn Monroe "Lorelei Lee" signature red-sequined "Two Little Girls from Little Rock" showgirl gown with feathered hat by Travilla for Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. It sold for $1,476,000.
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