Classic Hollywood Memorabilia Sold At Auction For Big Bucks
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Charlie Chaplin‘s cane, costumes from “The Sound of Music” and a jacket worn by Steve McQueen in “Bullitt” have sold for several million dollars at an auction of Hollywood memorabilia.
The Los Angeles Times reports (http://lat.ms/1bLyYVn ) that a cane from Chaplin’s “Modern Times” went for $420,000 at the auction held Sunday and Monday. That includes auction house fees.
Calabasas-based Profiles in History says the “Sound of Music” clothing went for $1.56 million, including the dress Julie Andrews wore while singing “Do-Re-Mi.”
The tweed jacket from “Bullitt” fetched $720,000.
A Dorothy dress from “The Wizard of Oz” sold for $360,000, a polka dot dress worn by Lucille Ball went for $168,000, and $54,000 was the price for an outfit worn by (The Dude) – Jeff Bridges – in “The Big Lebowski.”