Transcript for Burt Reynolds Holds Auction
And we move on to Burt Reynolds, the star of boogy nights and smokey and the bandit. He has hit hard times, he's writing a book, teaching acting classes and holding an auction where you will not believe the personal items he's willing to sell off. Here's Cecilia Vega. Reporter: He's the Hollywood hunk who's mustache-brand of masculinity has entertained generations, and now Burt Reynolds, the man who has everything, is giving everything up. The 78-year-old putting more than 600 items from his personal collection on the auction block next month. The Hollywood star reportedly facing tough financial times. Writing, I've collected so many things that I truly adore, but it truly is the time to downsize. Remember those famous baby blue monogrammed cowboy boots Reynolds wore in "Striptease?" . Starting at $300, they could be yours. How about that jacket from "Smokey and the bandit 2," $800. Make it 12. I'm going to load it up. Even his best supporting actor golden globe for boogy nights starting at $2,000. You know, if you hang on to things long enough, they get back no style. Reporter: Not just movie swag, hundreds of personal items up for grabs. This carriage starting at $3,000, a gift from Dolley parton. And his rolodex, with contact information for merv griffin and whoopi dwogoldberg. And you will need serious cash for this, $10,000. It seems everything is up for sale except for that famous mustac mustache. For "Good morning America," Cecilia Vega, ABC news, San Francisco. He's selling 71 belt buckles. I feel sad for him. It's fairly tragic. I hope he gets what he's looking for. I wouldn't mind taking the acting class. He could teach us how to recline naked on a bearskin rub. You need a lesson in that? Maybe I'm using my outside voice. Not my inside voice. You just said that. Filter. Filter. Over to rob Marciano who has a better filter. At least put the red jacket
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