Premiere Props assembles star-studded lineup for March 13 auction
Elvis Presley’s “King of Rock ‘n’ Roll” custom designed jumpsuit and his initialed bracelets and rings will be on the auction block. Fans of the Beatles can bid on a rare 1965 Fan Club postcard autographed by each of the Fab Four from their second U.S. tour.
As Sandra Bullock waits in anticipation for Oscar night, fans can get their hands on her costumes from her Academy Award nominated turn in The Blind Side. A signed program by Judy Garland from her last film ever, I Could Go On Singing, is also up for bid.
Collectors can own movie costumes and props used by Harrison Ford, Denzel Washington, Milla Jovovich, Keri Russell and Charlize Theron or from movies such as Blade Runner, The Book of Eli, Extraordinary Measures, The Road and more.
The live auction will take place on Saturday, March 13, at Premiere Props’ warehouse at 128 Sierra St. in El Segundo. There will be a preview from 9 a.m. to the start of the sale at 11 a.m. The Extravaganza Auction can be seen on Premiere Props’ live broadcast show online.
“The March Extravaganza Auction combines items from classic Hollywood and the blockbusters of today,” said Dan Levin, vice president of marketing for Premiere Props. “This is an amazing opportunity for all collectors, whether you are a fan of the Hollywood new school or the old.”
The Extravaganza Auction will feature movie collectibles and props including:
Elvis Presley custom designed Nudie Cohen jumpsuit – Dijon mustard jumpsuit with eagle embroideries on the front shoulders, back and at the ankles, outlined by rhinestone. Includes tags from official Nudie’s of Hollywood label and another that reads, “Name: Elvis Presley;”
Elvis Presley – three gold bracelets with diamond initials, EAP for Elvis Aaron Presley, EP for Elvis Presley and G for Elvis’ Circle G ranch;
Elvis Presley – 4-carat tourmaline stone ring with 4 1/2 carats in diamonds ring worn during his performances;
Beatles autographed fan club postcard – black and white glossy postcard signed by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison from their Shea Stadium performance in 1965;
Official 1965 Beatles backstage tour pass – issued to Rampart Record Manager Eddie L. Davis;
Sammy Davis Jr. custom designed Nat Wise shirt – red “Nat Wise” long sleeve button-down dress shirt worn by Sammy Davis Jr.;
I Could Go On Singing – Judy Garland and Dirk Bogarde signed program;
The Blind Side – Leigh Anne Touhy’s (Sandra Bullock) screen-worn navy with brown plastic detail “Gucci” top and navy “Elie Tahar” skirt. Includes wardrobe tag;
The Road – The Man’s (Viggo Mortensen) hero aged tan puffy jacket, heather grey hoodie, very aged and distressed Levis jeans;
The Road – The Woman’s (Charlize Theron) hero distressed olive parka jacket, brown gloves, aged Levis jeans and tan beanie;
The Book of Eli – motorcycle with two tube like gas tank, small leather seat, armor covering the engine, armor over and around both tires, electric start, gear shifts pedals, broken speed limit sign covering the handle bars, and spoke front wheel;
Blade Runner – storyboards owned by Sherman Labby, the production illustrator;
Extraordinary Measures – Dr. Stonehill’s (Harrison Ford) gray “Mod-O-Doc” t-shirt and blue Wrangler denim jeans. Includes wardrobe tag;
Whip It – Smashley Simpson’s (Drew Barrymore) screen worn orange dress with “Smashley Simpson” writing on the back;
Armored – Black with neon paint art “Met Custom Truck Bodies” custom-made armored truck, features a 6-cylindar diesel engine.
Premiere Props is the leading marketing memorabilia company to market, authenticate, package, and distribute exclusive movie memorabilia. Since 2001, Premiere Props has represented more than 300 movies to date and continues to grow. Premiere Props works with some of the largest motion picture studios and independent distributors in the world, such as Paramount Pictures, Twentieth Century Fox, Miramax, MGM, The Weinstein Company, Sony Screen Gems, Lionsgate, TriStar, Spyglass Entertainment, Summit Entertainment, Alcon and many more.
Created in 1942 by Hollywood heavyweights Samuel Goldwyn, Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney and the Warner brothers, the Entertainment Industry Foundation (formerly Permanent Charities Committee) was established on the belief that the entertainment industry was in a unique position to truly help others. The Entertainment Industry Foundation harnesses the collective power of the entertainment industry to raise awareness and funds for critical health, educational and social issues to make a positive impact in local communities and throughout the nation.
For details call 310-322-PROP or 888-761-PROP or visit the Web site www.premiereprops.com
View the fully illustrated catalog and sign up to bid absentee or live via the Internet during the sale at www.LiveAuctioneers.com
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