30,000.00USD+ (5,400.00) buyer's premium + taxes, fees, etc...
SOLD at 2011 May 15 @ 14:51UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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(Nassour Studios, 1955) Without question the most iconic and erotically-charged female comic-book character brought to the television screen, most surprisingly at the height of censorship and conservative family values. Blonde Amazon Irish McCalla, at 6 ft. 1 in and sporting an exceptional classic figure for a woman of her stature, was the ideal personification of the golden-age comic mythical jungle heroine. From her own collection come two variations, one screen-worn and the other for personal publicity appearances, of her faux-leopard tunic and loincloth complete with belts, horns, scabbard (one with knife intact), armbands, chokers, earrings, and one leather moccasin, plus an additional screen-worn tunic. Both screen-worn tunics bear original wardrobe labels, one with silk yellow-label “IRISH McCALLA”, white-label “Designed by Lydia, Hollywood”, and yellow-cloth “10498-5/ 2-C”, the other with Western Costume Co. inscribed: “IRISH McCALLA/ 10-1373-1”, and the screen-worn loincloth also bears an identical Western Costume label. The publicity and appearance combination does not bear any labels, but is certified by McCalla’s family to be her own costume for that purpose. Each of the various accessories, earrings, chokers, etc. match reference photos provided, some of which are signed by Irish McCalla, or comparisons to series episodes. Easily the most significant and exciting costume offering to date for any female action character from the realm of comics, serials, and early television.