Debbie Reynolds: The Auction, Part II

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Welcome to the Debbie Reynolds: The Auction, Part II! This sale features over 400 additional treasures from Debbie Reynolds's one-of-a-kind collection, covering the full spectrum of cinema from the dawn of Hollywood film production, the golden age of Hollywood's extravagant historical costume epics, through some of the latest blockbusters.

The sale highlights four Marilyn Monroe screen-worn costumes, including her iconic green and black sequined leotard from Bus Stop, a light aqua suit from Niagara, a strapless pale green silk gown from Let's Make Love and her aubergine gray evening dress and Bolero jacket from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.

A number of important motion picture cameras are offered, including two notable historic cameras. The sale begins with Charlie Chaplin's Bell & Howell Model 2709 serial number 227. This special camera was purchased by Chaplin himself, one of the few Bell & Howell 2709s owned by an individual, and was likely used to shoot some of his most important work including The Kid (1921) and The Gold Rush (1924). Also featured is the Panavision PSR 35mm with matching serial numbers used by George Lucas for principal filming of Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope. This is one of only a handful of privately owned Panavision cameras.

In addition to the camera offerings, we are proud to present Orson Welles's RKO two-man camera crane used on the set of his first two iconic and seminal films, Citizen Kane (1941) and The Magnificent Ambersons (1942). It was from the chair perched on the front that Welles's vision took shape and the signature camera angles were achieved.

Other highlights include Hedy Lamarr's elaborate Indochinese costume designed by Adrian from Lady of the Tropics, a pair of Barbra Streisand costumes from Funny Girl, Judy Garland's ivory satin wedding dress from The Pirate, Betty Grable's blue and black beaded dance costume from My Blue Heaven, Ava Gardner's period gown designed by Walter Plunkett from Show Boat and many others.

We hope you find something new and exciting in these treasured pieces of Hollywood history from Debbie Reynolds's collection.

Joseph Maddalena and the PIH Staff
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Lee J. Cobb “Cramden” three piece brown suit designed by Ray Aghayan from Our Man Flint304 - Lee J. Cobb “Cramden” three piece brown suit designed by Ray Aghayan from Our Man Flint
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(TCF, 1966) Dark brown three piece wool suit. Ernie Tarzia label handwritten “L. J. Cobb March 1965” and Pathe cleaning tags in all three pieces. Desi
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Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold to j****g for (400.00 + 92.00) x 1 = 492.00
 
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Barbra Streisand white ballerina costume and headpiece designed by Irene Sharaff from Funny Girl305 - Barbra Streisand white ballerina costume and headpiece designed by Irene Sharaff from Funny Girl
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(Columbia, 1968) White swan ballerina costume accented with swan feathers, sequins and bugle beads. Headpiece made of iridescent beads and swan feathe
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Estimates : 8,000.00 - 12,000.00
Sold to j****g for (8,000.00 + 1,840.00) x 1 = 9,840.00
 
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Barbra Streisand “Fanny Brice” sailor outfit designed by Irene Sharaff from Funny Girl306 - Barbra Streisand “Fanny Brice” sailor outfit designed by Irene Sharaff from Funny Girl
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(Columbia, 1968) Red, navy and ivory two-piece sailor outfit. Columbia cleaning tag. Also included is an ivory long sleeve blouse with neck scarf. Des
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Estimates : 8,000.00 - 12,000.00
Sold to f***r for (25,000.00 + 5,750.00) x 1 = 30,750.00
 
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Julie Andrews turquoise harem outfit with turban designed by Donald Brooks from Star307 - Julie Andrews turquoise harem outfit with turban designed by Donald Brooks from Star
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(TCF, 1968) Turquoise and ivory harem outfit of raw silk heavily beaded with gold and green bugle beads accented with faux turquoise stones and coordi
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Estimates : 2,000.00 - 3,000.00
Sold to r*****e for (4,000.00 + 920.00) x 1 = 4,920.00
 
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Julie Andrews silver and black sequined star outfit designed by Donald Brooks from Star!308 - Julie Andrews silver and black sequined star outfit designed by Donald Brooks from Star!
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(TCF, 1968) Silver lamé wide pant outfit and black velvet cape with stand up collar adorned with clear plastic stars and rhinestones. No label....
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Estimates : 4,000.00 - 6,000.00
Sold to f***r for (7,000.00 + 1,610.00) x 1 = 8,610.00
 
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Daniel Massey “Noel Coward” dark blue satin short robe designed by Donald Brooks from Star!309 - Daniel Massey “Noel Coward” dark blue satin short robe designed by Donald Brooks from Star!
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(TCF, 1968) Dark blue satin short robe with black lapel and tasseled belt. Peppino label typed “Daniel Massey”. Designed by Donald Brooks. Worn by Dan
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Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold to a******2 for (500.00 + 115.00) x 1 = 615.00
 
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Pair of French replica coal heaters used in Star! and other 20th Century Fox productions310 - Pair of French replica coal heaters used in Star! and other 20th Century Fox productions
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(TCF, 1968) Pair of white and gold painted French replica metal coal heaters. Measuring 99” tall, 29” wide and 16” deep. One has damage to a leg that
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Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold to l********h.. for (450.00 + 103.50) x 1 = 553.50
 
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Panavision Mitchell 65mm AC rack-over camera used for SFX photography in 2001: A Space Odyssey311 - Panavision Mitchell 65mm AC rack-over camera used for SFX photography in 2001: A Space Odyssey
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(MGM, 1969) Serial number 6552. Comes with 4 magazines, 4 Panavision lenses: 28mm Super 70 T.3, Super Panatar 100mm T2.3, and two other miscellaneous
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Estimates : 30,000.00 - 50,000.00
Sold to f***r for (70,000.00 + 16,100.00) x 1 = 86,100.00
 
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2001: A Space Odyssey original U.S. 40 x 60 poster on linen312 - 2001: A Space Odyssey original U.S. 40 x 60 poster on linen
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(MGM, 1968) Artist Robert McCall was called upon by director Stanley Kubrick to create a range of futuristic space-themed designs for his seminal film
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Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold to r****1 for (1,000.00 + 230.00) x 1 = 1,230.00
 
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Marianne McAndrew and E. J. Peaker dresses designed by Irene Sharaff from Hello, Dolly!313 - Marianne McAndrew and E. J. Peaker dresses designed by Irene Sharaff from Hello, Dolly!
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(TCF, 1969) Light blue period dress with bows, ivory chiffon covering, wool cape with ivory embroidery with matching purse. No label. Designed by Iren
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Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold to j**********v for (5,500.00 + 1,265.00) x 1 = 6,765.00
 
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Joyce Ames pale pink gown and shoes designed by Irene Sharaff from Hello, Dolly!314 - Joyce Ames pale pink gown and shoes designed by Irene Sharaff from Hello, Dolly!
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(TCF, 1969) Pale pink satin ribbed gown with shoulder sash and iridescent beading on sleeves and collar. No label. Matching shoes with ON-STAGE Fashio
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Estimates : 200.00 - 300.00
Sold to f***r for (1,400.00 + 322.00) x 1 = 1,722.00
 
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Goldie Hawn micro-mini dress with black & white checked wool jacket from Cactus Flower315 - Goldie Hawn micro-mini dress with black & white checked wool jacket from Cactus Flower
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(Columbia, 1969) Goldie Hawn was notorious during her TV Laugh-In and early film roles for showing off her gamine frame in the shortest skirts and dre
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Estimates : 1,000.00 - 2,000.00
Sold to j****g for (3,750.00 + 862.50) x 1 = 4,612.50
 
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Seven Academy Award figures316 - Seven Academy Award figures
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Seven fiberglass Grecian female statues painted white and gold and used at the 1960s/1970s Academy Awards. These figures were lining the red carpet as
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Estimates : 1,000.00 - 2,000.00
Sold to j****g for (5,500.00 + 1,265.00) x 1 = 6,765.00
 
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The Great White Hope original painting of the champion’s victory celebration & 4 principal costumes317 - The Great White Hope original painting of the champion’s victory celebration & 4 principal costumes
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(TCF, 1970) Extra large-scale original concept scene painting by David J. Negrón depicting the celebration festivities in the streets following...
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Estimates : 800.00 - 1,200.00
Sold to f***r for (1,000.00 + 230.00) x 1 = 1,230.00
 
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Donald Sutherland and Elliot Gould golfing knickers from M*A*S*H318 - Donald Sutherland and Elliot Gould golfing knickers from M*A*S*H
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(TCF, 1970) Black & white check tweed knickers worn by Sutherland as “Hawkeye Pierce” and Elliott Gould’s “Trapper John” red and gold plaid wool...
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Estimates : 300.00 - 500.00
Sold to f***r for (1,000.00 + 230.00) x 1 = 1,230.00
 
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Ingrid Bergman “Libby Meredith” coat and hat designed by Donfeld from A Walk in the Spring Rain319 - Ingrid Bergman “Libby Meredith” coat and hat designed by Donfeld from A Walk in the Spring Rain
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(Columbia, 1970) Cinnamon wool coat with brown fox trim and coordinating hat. Coat has no label. Hat has Columbia label handwritten “8907 I. BERGMAN”.
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Estimates : 1,000.00 - 2,000.00
Sold to j****g for (2,500.00 + 575.00) x 1 = 3,075.00
 
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Mitchell AP-65 Todd-AO widescreen motion picture camera used on Hello, Dolly! and Patton320 - Mitchell AP-65 Todd-AO widescreen motion picture camera used on Hello, Dolly! and Patton
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Mitchell 65mm 5-perf model AP-65, serial number AP-3, Mitchell beam splitter reflex. Lightweight handheld system and two 400 ft. magazines...
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Estimates : 30,000.00 - 50,000.00
Sold to f***r for (30,000.00 + 6,900.00) x 1 = 36,900.00
 
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Raquel Welch "Myra" naval officer uniform designed by Theadora Van Runkle from Myra Breckinridge321 - Raquel Welch "Myra" naval officer uniform designed by Theadora Van Runkle from Myra Breckinridge
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(TCF, 1970) Signature naval officer’s uniform jacket and pants of ivory crinoline with gold buttons and 3-bar epaulets, with matching cap and 2 identi
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Estimates : 400.00 - 600.00
Sold to j****g for (1,700.00 + 391.00) x 1 = 2,091.00
 
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Debbie Reynolds complete introduction period outfit from What’s the Matter with Helen?322 - Debbie Reynolds complete introduction period outfit from What’s the Matter with Helen?
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(United Artists, 1971) Complete 1930’s ensemble consisting of a pepper-brown wool overcoat, a two-tone chocolate wool and mocha satin long-sleeve butt
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Estimates : 1,000.00 - 2,000.00
Sold to j****g for (1,500.00 + 345.00) x 1 = 1,845.00
 
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What’s the Matter with Helen? original U.S. one-sheet poster on linen323 - What’s the Matter with Helen? original U.S. one-sheet poster on linen
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(United Artists, 1971) U.S. 27” x 41” linen-backed one sheet poster for one of Debbie Reynolds’ sexiest film roles, and a cult horror title as well by
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Estimates : 200.00 - 300.00
Sold to m**s for (275.00 + 63.25) x 1 = 338.25
 
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