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‘Wizard of Oz’ Hourglass, Chris Evans’ ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Shield are up for auction

Fans of classic movies like The Ten Commandments, The Sound of Music, Mary Poppins, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and the original Star Wars trilogy will have a chance to own a piece of Hollywood history when Heritage Auctions puts up for sale about 400 props, costumes and vehicles from historic Hollywood movies next month.

The hourglass of The Wicked Witch of the West has arrived The Wizard of Oz and Chris Evans’ Captain America shield inside Avengers: endgame goes up for auction on December 13 as part of the Hollywood & Entertainment Signature Auction in Dallas, Texas. A 1973 “Herbie” Volkswagen Beetle that appeared in Disney’s 1980 movie Herbie Goes Banana will be offered, as well as a prop Ferrari car used in a crash scene in Ferris Bueller’s day off.

The auction will also feature four dresses that Marilyn Monroe wore throughout her on-screen film career, including a mermaid dress used in 1957. The Prince and the Showgirl, a sweater worn in John Huston’s the asphalt jungle, and a showgirl leotard the screen legend wore while promoting Gentlemen prefer blondes in 1953.

The Wizard of Oz


Other iconic costumes include Ursula Andress’s white bikini she wore when she played Honey Ryder in the 1962 James Bond movie Dr. noand a dress Kate Winslet’s Rose character wore when the doomed ocean liner collapsed Titanic.

Also up for auction is Brandon Routh’s Man of Steel outfit Superman is coming backand Helen Slater’s uniform worn as the title character in 1984 super girl. The Batman franchise is represented by The Joker outfit Cesar Romero wore in the ABC original Batman TV series, and the hood that Christian Bale wore Batman begins.

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