Julien’s Auctions Icons & Idols: Hollywood
OVER 1,200 AUCTION LOTS FEATURING PROPS, MEMORABILIA AND COSTUMES!
Julien’s Auctions is proud to present our Icons & Idols: Hollywood Auction taking place in Beverly Hills and Live online at Julien’s Live (see links below) on Thursday December 2nd and Friday December 3rd 2021.
Our “Icons & Idols: Hollywood” auction on Thursday, December 2nd and Friday, December 3rd offers some of Hollywood’s most famous pop culture relics from the Golden Age of Hollywood to today’s modern and contemporary film and television classics – Batman, Die Hard, Back to the Future, Wonder Woman, The Ten Commandments, Pulp Fiction, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter and James Bond films, M*A*S*H, Seinfeld, All in the Family, Game of Thrones and more – featuring over 1,200 props, memorabilia and costumes used by Hollywood’s biggest stars and legends including Marilyn Monroe, John Travolta, Michael Keaton, Bruce Willis, Keanu Reeves, Buster Keaton, Doris Day, Jerry Lee Lewis, Flip Wilson, Charlotte Rae, Terry Moore, Burt Reynolds, and more.
Marquee highlights of this event include:
- John Travolta’s original two-piece Perry Ellis suit worn as in his iconic role as mob hit man Vincent Vega in the cult classic film Pulp Fiction;
- Patrick Swayze’s Spyder brand surfboard custom designed by Dennis Jarvis used in his iconic role as Bodhi in the film Point Break and hand signed by Swayze and inscribed “100% pure adrenaline!”;
- From the Harry Potter franchise: David Thewlis’ wand in his role as Professor Remus Lupin from the 2004 installment Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azkaban ($5,000-$7,000 pictured right), a wand used by Death Eater “Alecto Carrow” in the 2011 film Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows and Rupert Grint’s hero wand in his role as “Ron Weasley” from the same film as well as signed stamp sheets by the cast members, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint, call sheets and Hogwarts acceptance letter;
- A pair of dark leather lace-up “bovver boots” worn by James Marcus as Georgie, one of the droogs, in 1971 Stanley Kubrick film A Clockwork Orange seen in the infamous “Singing in the Rain” sequence;
- An original Heckler & Koch MP5 machine prop gun used by Bruce Willis as John McClane in the 1988 action film classic, Die Hard and a gold bar prop signed by WWE wrestler Philip Theis who plays a henchman in Die Hard with a Vengeance;
- John Wick prop weapons and costumes including a stunt SIG-Sauer MPX Carbine rifle (pictured right) used in John Wick: Chapter 3 during the production of the action film starring Keanu Reeves and his John Wick: Chapter 2 stunt black two-piece wool suit costume accompanied by a stunt sword and cleaver from the production;
- A large dragonglass dagger used to defeat the dreaded white walkers in hit fantasy series Game of Thrones made of a dense urethane rubber and a jagged long black blade made to resemble obsidian with a white handle section that resembles bone;
- A custom designed Baldoni brand accordion played by Vlasta Krsek, the “International Queen of Polka,” in the classic 1986 John Hughes film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off in the famous parade float scene with Ferris (played by Matthew Broderick), where she accompanies him as he performs the songs “Danke Schoen” and “Twist and Shout,”;
- An elaborate sash in the form of a falcon with outstretched wings worn by Yul Brynner as Rameses II in Cecil B. DeMille’s 1956 classic film The Ten Commandments;
- Liam Neeson’s stunt lightsaber made for his character, Qui-Gon Jinn, in the 1999 blockbuster Star Wars: Episode I – The Phanton Menace; (pictured right)
- Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman lasso of truth made of urethane rubber and cast from a real beaded lasso featuring a wrapped design that has been painted gold and which would later be enhanced on screen with the help of CGI; (pictured right)
- Items from the classic television series M*A*S*H such as an original script from the final episode of the hit series “Goodbye, Farewell and Amen” custom bound in green leather and cloth with gilt-stamped titling inscribed to longtime series director, Charles Dubin from producer Burt Metcalfe, a limited edition copy of “The Last Days of MASH” by Arlene Alda accompanied by a letter and envelope from Alan Alda to Charles Dubin and an original clapperboard (dated January 6, 1983) for an episode titled “Say No More;”
- Poker chips from the James Bond film franchise including a $1,000,000 poker chip and a $500,000 poker chip from the 2006 film Casino Royale starring Daniel Craig, three “Floating Dragon” casino chips from the 2012 Skyfall film and three acrylic chips from “Le Casino L’Or Noir” featured in the 1999 film The World Is Not Enough starring Pierce Brosnan;
- Personal items from the screen goddess Marilyn Monroe including a handwritten poem with the verses “Stones on the walk/ every color there is/ I stare down at you/ like a horizon/ the space air is between us beckoning/ and I am many stories up/ my feet frightened/ as I grasp towards you”, Monroe’s last 1962 American Federation of Television and Radio Artists membership card and much more;
- Terminator 2: Judgement Day costume, worn by Arnold Schwarzenegger in his iconic role as The Terminator, consisting of a black leather biker jacket with the back of the jacket cut open with distress as part of the continuity of the film as the T-800 is damaged as the film progresses, a matching pair of black leather pants with a belt, and a gray Hanes “Beefy” XL T-shirt (pictured right) as well as Robert Patrick’s Terminator 2 Judgement Day bullet ridden police shirt;
- An original pair of Nike MAG (Magnetic Anti-Gravity) movie prop replica shoes in their original box that appear in the 1989 sci-fi adventure sequel Back to the Future Part II;
- An original cowl created for Michael Keaton as Batman for the 1989 film Batman;
- Flip Wilson’s 1970 Golden Globe award for “Best Television Actor In a Musical or Comedy Show” for The Flip Wilson Show;
- A script dated “8/6/74” from the episode titled “Archie Strikes” of All in the Family signed by the series’ stars including Carroll O’Connor, Jean Stapleton, Sally Struthers, Betty Garrett, and Rob Reiner;
- A stunning floor-length peach-colored silk jersey evening gown entirely covered in bright orange sequins that Ray Aghayan designed for Doris Day to wear as Janet Harper in the 1965 comedy caper Do Not Disturb.
- Star Trek: Deep Space Nine “U.S.S. YEAGER” STARSHIP MODEL (pictured right), A model from “Star Trek: The Next Generation” & “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” VULCAN “T’PAU” STARSHIP.
There is so much more in this outstanding auction to view all 1,222 lots visit the Julien’s website. Registration is required to bid in this live auction and can be done online before the sale at the JuliensAuctions.com Registration page to bid by phone, proxy or online at JuliensLive.com/signup/ to bid live online, or by calling (310) 836-1818.
Source: Press Release (Edited)
JULIEN’S AUCTIONS LIVE AND ONLINE AUCTION
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2ND, 2021
ICONS & IDOLS: HOLLYWOOD DAY 1
Session I: 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3RD, 2021
ICONS & IDOLS: HOLLYWOOD DAY 2
Session II: 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4TH, 2021
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF ELVIRA, MISTRESS OF THE DARK
Session I: 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5TH, 2021
PROPERTY FROM THE LIFE AND CAREER OF SYLVESTER STALLONE
Session I: 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time