Tuesday, 31 May 2011

Debbie Reynolds To Sell Hollywood History

Living legend Debbie Reynolds (Singing in the Rain) is selling her vast collection of Hollywood memorabilia to raise money for the planned Hollywood Motion Picture Museum. Her collection started in the 1960s, effectively spanning thirty years of Hollywood history.

According to reports, the public sale will be conducted live in Beverly Hills and on eBay by Julien Entertainment of Hollywood in association with Odyssey Auctions of Corona, California on December 6 2011.

Items to go on sale include costumes word by Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Julie Andrews and Vivien Leigh.

Some of the iconic items that fervent bidders will be eyeing include Marilyn Monroe’s famous subway dress from The Seven Year Itch, Audrey Hepburn's 'Ascot' dress from My Fair Lady as well as Barbara Streisand’s show-stopper from Hello Dolly.

Well, Hello Dolly

You too can own this dress...

The rain in spain

Anyone got a few million handy?

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