In addition to the Star Trek collection, Premiere Props will be auctioning off over 1,000 Hollywood costumes and props including lost footage from The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson, John Wayne’s neckerchief from El Dorado, Ann-Margret’s costume from Tommy, a wax figure from The Nutty Professor, plus costumes from Cher, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj and David Lee Roth, among other memorabilia at the auction company’s Hollywood Extravaganza X.
- I Love Lucy – Ricky Ricardo’s (Desi Arnaz) iconic straw hat and two vases from the original set;
- Tonight Show With Johnny Carson – rare 16 MM Kinescope of an early lost episode;
- The King and I – Tuptim’s (Rita Moreno) elaborate headpiece;
- El Dorado – Cole Thornton’s (John Wayne) neckerchief that he wears throughout the film;
- The Glenn Miller Story – Glenn Miller’s (Jimmy Stewart) jacket;
- Star Wars – a piece of Chewbaca’s fur from his hero worn iconic wooly body suit;
- Mildred Pierce – Mildred’s (Joan Crawford) screen worn apron from her Oscar winner role;
- Superman Returns – the powerful piece of Kryptonite that the evil Lex Luthor (Kevin Spacey) uses on Superman;
- The Dark Knight Rises – an iconic mask worn by Bane (Tom Hardy);
- The Ten Commandments – Baka’s (Vincent Price) screen work opulent sandals
- Tommy – Ann-Margret’s knit body suit from her “Smash the Mirror-Champagne” number;
- The Big Lebowski – Bunny Lebowski’s (Tara Reid) toe;
- The Nutty Professor – Life-like standee of Professor Julius Kelp (Jerry Lewis) dressed in his screen worn hero tweed costume—shirt, vest, jacket, pants, shoes and glasses—that also includes a set of his prosthetic buck teeth;
- Team America – screen used puppet;
- Coneheads – Beldar Conehead’s (Dan Aykroyd) screen worn shirt;
- Lady Gaga – her outrageous black “Perfume Bottle” dress that she wore for the premiere in London of her perfume Fame and one of her most outlandish and magnificent outfits, the famous laser-cut crystal dress that she wore in Chicago to promote her new perfume;
- Justin Bieber – custom gold stylized Laurel wreath crown especially made for Justin Bieber after he was named “Pop Crown Prince”;
- Amy Winehouse – one of her shirts that was given to grieving fans by her father when they were standing outside of her house on the night of her death;
- Nicki Minaj – costumes from her award-winning Pepsi commercial in 2012 including her “planet” shoulder jacket and hat, as well as all of the Minaj Dancers costumes and her dress from her and David Guetta’s Turn Me On video;
- Cher – leather laced shoulder strapped form-fitting body suit from her New Attitude workout videos;
- Mary Todd Lincoln – a shawl the First Lady wore during her years at the White House.
Star Trek items to be offered in Premiere Props’ June 15 auction include:
- Star Trek – Roddenberry Variety – 12/12/79 – From the offices of Gene Roddenberry, an original Variety trade paper from Dec.12, 1979, with Roddenberry’s original mailing address label attached, announcing the release of Star Trek – The Motion Picture.
- Star Trek – Roddenberry Variety – 8/6/79 – From the offices of Gene Roddenberry, an original Variety trade paper from Aug. 6, 1979 with Roddenberry’s original mailing address label attached, announcing the first excellent box office returns for Star Trek – The Motion Picture.
- Star Trek – The Next Generation – access panel – An access panel off the Enterprise screen used from the series Star Trek – The Next Generation.
- Star Trek – The Next Generation – Data uniform – Lt. Cmdr. Data’s (Brent Spiner) uniform screen used in Season 1 and 2 of Star Trek – The Next Generation.
- Star Trek – Insurrection – Cmdr. Ricker Dress uniform – From Star Trek – Insurrection. Commander Ricker’s (Jonathan Frakes) hero screen worn uniform from the opening wedding scene.
- Star Trek – Insurrection – Data Red “Invisible” Suit – Lt. Cmdr. Data (Brent Spiner) full “invisible” red suit from Star Trek – Insurrection including helmet, body suit, gloves, belt and boots.
- Star Trek – The Next Generation – door bell panel – From the middle seasons of Star Trek – The Next Generation, a screen-used set piece door bell panel from the Enterprise.
- Star Trek – The Motion Picture – panel set piece – From the original Star Trek – The Motion Picture a screen-used “universal panel” from the Enterprise set.
- Star Trek – Voyager – PAD set piece – From the USS Voyager set, a screen-used PAD set piece.
- Star Trek – Voyager – PAD 497-8 set piece – From the USS Voyager set, a PAD 497-8 screen-used set piece.
- Star Trek – The Next Generation – access panel set piece – From Star Trek – The Next Generation an access panel set piece from the Enterprise’s standing set.
- Star Trek – The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine – Numerous body and face prosthetics and, alien lenses, custom made by The Bodytech Emporium.
“Hollywood Extravaganza X offers collectors a really wide variety of costumes and props classic Hollywood, in addition to costumes from musical icons, plus a shawl from one of our first ladies,” says Dan Levin, vice president of Premiere Props. “We always try to include something for everyone, so that everyone is able to own a little piece of Hollywood history.”
For more information, visit http://www.premiereprops.com or www.hollywoodliveauctions.com or call 310-322-PROP or toll-free at 888-761-PROP.
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