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Hostage Burnt FBI SWAT Vest‏ Outfit Screen Worn W/COA Strarring *Bruce Willis*! -SOLD-
(click on image to enlarge) Burnt FBI SWAT Vest (no size indicated / severely burned and discolored / FBI button on patch on front and back / heavily worn and marked), Shin and Forearm Pads (plastic and foam pads / velcro straps / heavily burned and melted / black tape used to wrap around / some straps have completely melted), SWAT Helmet & Scope Mount (helmet size large / modified snowboard helmet / clip in front center for attaching night vision scope / scope is missing but swivel attachment remains / heavily worn and tarnished), Responsive Gear Leather Tactical Boots (size 9 / rubber outsole / leather linings on exterior / heavily burned / includes original box with boots (screen worn) (AGENT #2). Comes with a COA from Premiere Props!
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The Last Stand Lewis Dinkum (Johnny Knoxville) Screen Worn Movie Costume W/COA
(click on image to enlarge) The Last Stand Lewis Dinkum (Johnny Knoxville) Costume. ... Straight from the set of The Last Stand, this is Lewis Dinkum (Johnny Knoxville) screen worn, hero, thick burgundy terry 'Arus Bathrobes' robe, white with panda on the front 'LRG' t-shirt, dark brown leather and fleece bomber hat with ear flaps, black cotton with dancing frogs 'Pookies' pants, and black leather with yin yang sign on the side lace up the front boots. Includes wardrobe tag!... Don't miss your chance to own this item today! INCLUDES A FREEBIE... The Last Stand Dinkum (Johnny Knoxville) HERO Badge Movie Prop W/COA. The Last Stand Dinkum (Johnny Knoxville) HERO Badge Movie Prop...SEEN ALL THROUGHOUT THE TRAILER & MOVIE...EVEN CAN SEE IT ON POSTER. "Hero" is a term that means the item was used or worn in the key part of a scene or movie. This "Hero" prop is rare and valuable. ....ONLY 3 WERE HERO SCREEN USED FOR PRODUCTION. Retirement Is for Sissies. Straight from the set of The Last Stand, this is Lewis Dinkum (Johnny Knoxville) screen used, hero, plastic toy police badge #5858. (approx. 2 3/4" x 2 1/2").
Price: $599.99
Draft Day 2014 Cleveland Brown #85 Screen Worn Uniform Jersey & Helmet W/COA! *SOLD*
(click on image to enlarge) SOLD... Screen worn with COA, Cleveland Browns Authentic "Nike" number 85 jersey with 'Marshall' on the back, and Cleveland Browns "Riddell" Authentic helmet. Good production used condition.
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I Dream Of Jeannie HERO Henry Beckman Cocoa Beach Police Uniform Screen Worn Shirt‏ W/LOA
(click on image to enlarge) I Dream Of Jeannie HERO Henry Beckman Cocoa Beach Police Uniform Shirt W/LOA! props and costumes from the classic TV comedy's of the 1960's are extremely rare and sought after. This is the screen worn hero Cocoa Beach, Florida, Police Officer Uniform shirt worn by character actor Henry Beckman (playing the Police Officer), when he stops Barbara Eden in her "master's" car, in the episode "The Used Car Salesman" (Season 4, Episode 5). It originally aired on November 4th, 1968. This is his official uniform shirt with epaulets, and COCOA BEACH, FLA. POLICE embowered patches on both sleeves (short sleeve of course). A very rare memorabilia from this beloved Sit-Com. Henry Beckman (26 November 1921[1] – 17 June 2008) was a Canadian stage, film and television actor. He appeared in well over 100 productions in the United States and Canada, including recurring roles as Commander Paul Richards in the 1954 Flash Gordon space opera television series, Bob Mulligan in the ABC sitcom I'm Dickens, He's Fenster, George Anderson in the television adaptation of Peyton Place, Captain Clancey in the Western comedy-drama Here Come the Brides, and conniving U.S. Army Colonel Douglas Harrigan in McHale's Navy and Colonel Platt in the movie McHale's Navy Joins the Air Force. He made four guest appearances on the CBS court drama series Perry Mason, including the role of David the murderer in the 1960 episode, "The Case of the Flighty Father." He appeared in the Gunsmoke episode, Uncle Sunday. In the 1970s Beckman guest-starred on many TV series including Columbo, Barney Miller, Happy Days, The Rockford Files, and four appearances on Quincy, M.E.. In the 1980s he played security guard Alf on the Don Adams sitcom Check It Out!, and was also a non-celebrity contestant on the TV game show Scrabble. He continued to act through his late 70s on shows like The Commish, MacGyver, The X-Files and many others. He also won two Canadian Etrog Awards, now known as the Genie Award, his last one in 1978 for Blood and Guts. ...Beckman was the author of How to Sell your Film Project, a how-to guide on getting independent films produced, and Hollywood With its Pants Down, a witty look at some of actors he worked with over the years. Henry is the father of respected astrophysicist and software engineer, Dr. Brian Beckman, who currently works at Microsoft as well as several online projects. ... He died in Barcelona, Spain on 17 June 2008 with his second wife Hillary at his side. ...Description 1998 The X-Files: Chinga Season 5, Episode 10 Episode, Actor - Old Man 1995 The Outer Limits: Under the Bed Season 1, Episode 11 Episode, Actor 1993 The X-Files: Squeeze Season 1, Episode 3 Episode, Actor - Det. Frank Briggs 1992 The Commish: The Witches of Eastbridge Season 2, Episode 5 Episode, Actor - Dr. Kranz 1990 MacGyver: Rush to Judgement Season 5, Episode 20 Episode, Actor - Judge 1990 I Love You To Death Movie, Actor - Wendel Carter 1986 Check It Out! TV Show Series, Actor - Alf 1985 Fame: His Majesty Donlon Season 5, Episode 7 Episode, Actor - William 1981 Death Hunt Movie, Actor - Luce 1980 The Rockford Files: Deadlock in Parma Season 6, Episode 12 Episode, Actor - Sheriff 1979 The Brood Movie, Actor - Barton Kelly 1979 Quincy: Money Plague Season 5, Episode 9 Episode, Actor - Sheriff Brady 1978 Quincy: Matters of Life and Death Season 3, Episode 14 Episode, Actor - Sheriff Hartman 1978 Blood And Guts Movie, Actor - Red Henkel 1977 Happy Days: Nose for News Season 5, Episode 12 Episode, Actor - Prof. Garrity 1976 Silver Streak Movie, Actor - Conventioneer 1975 Bronk TV Show Series, Actor - Harry 1974 Gunsmoke: Cowtown Hustler Season 19, Episode 22 Episode, Actor - Thaddius McKay 1974 Gunsmoke: The Guns of Cibola Blanca Season 20, Episode 4 Episode, Actor - Dr. Rhodes 1974 Cannon: The Avenger Season 4, Episode 7 Episode, Actor - Billy Burrows 1974 Why Rock The Boat? Movie, Actor - Philip L. Butcher 1974 Ironside: Fall of an Angel Season 8, Episode 13 Episode, Actor - The Angel 1974 Devil Times Five Movie, Actor - Dr. Brown 1973 Get Back Movie, Actor - Will 1972 The Merry Wives Of Tobias Rouke Movie, Actor - Tobias 1971 Funny Face TV Show Series, Actor - Pat 1971 Night Gallery: They're Tearing Down Tim Riley's Bar Season 1, Episode 13 Episode, Actor - Policeman 1971 Bonanza: A Time to Die Season 12, Episode 25 Episode, Actor - Dr. Phelps 1969 The Undefeated Movie, Actor - Thad Benedict 1969 Sweet Charity Movie, Actor - Policeman 1969 The Stalking Moon Movie, Actor - Sgt. Rudabaugh 1968 Bonanza: Child Season 10, Episode 2 Episode, Actor - Charlie Matson 1968 Here Come the Brides TV Show Series, Actor - Capt. Charley Clancey 1968 I Dream of Jeannie: Have You Heard the One About the Used Car Salesman Season 4, Episode 5 Episode, Actor - Policeman 1968 Madigan Movie, Actor - Patrolman Philip Downes 1967 The Andy Griffith Show: Aunt Bee the Juror Season 8, Episode 7 Episode, Actor - Mr. Gilbert 1967 The Wild Wild West: The Night of the Vicious Valentine Season 2, Episode 20 Episode, Actor - Lambert 1967 The Caper Of The Golden Bulls Movie, Actor - Bendell 1967 Garrison's Gorillas: The Great Crime Wave Season 1, Episode 14 Episode, Actor - Berger 1967 Bewitched: How to Fail in Business with All Kids of Help Season 3, Episode 30 Episode, Actor - Wilkerson 1966 Perry Mason: The Case of the Dead Ringer Season 9, Episode 26 Episode, Actor - March 1965 The Wild Wild West: The Night of the Torture Chamber Season 1, Episode 13 Episode, Actor - Bradford 1965 Combat!: Dateline Season 3, Episode 23 Episode, Actor - Mueller 1965 The Satan Bug Movie, Actor - Dr. Baxter 1965 The Munsters: Hot Rod Herman Season 1, Episode 36 Episode, Actor - Baylor 1965 The Glory Guys Movie, Actor - Salesman 1965 Mchale's Navy Joins The Air Force Movie, Actor - Col. Platt 1964 The Jack Benny Program: Andy Williams' Guest Season 15, Episode 3 Episode, Actor - Butcher 1964 Kiss Me, Stupid Movie, Actor - Truck Driver 1964 Marnie Movie, Actor - 1st Detective 1964 Peyton Place TV Show Series, Actor - George Anderson 1963 Arrest and Trial: Isn't It a Lovely View Season 1, Episode 2 Episode, Actor - Trella 1963 The Twilight Zone: Valley of the Shadow Season 4, Episode 3 Episode, Actor - Man No. 1 1963 The Lieutenant TV Show Series, Actor - Maj. Barker 1962 McHale's Navy TV Show Series, Actor - Col. Douglas Harrigan 1962 Route 66: Hell Is Empty, All the Devils Are Here Season 2, Episode 31 Episode, Actor - Wasson 1962 Have Gun, Will Travel: Beau Geste Season 6, Episode 5 Episode, Actor - Hogan 1962 13 West Street Movie, Actor - Joe Bradford 1962 Gunsmoke: Uncle Sunday Season 8, Episode 14 Episode, Actor - Sunday 1962 I'm Dickens...He's Fenster TV Show Series, Actor - Mulligan 1960 Dennis the Menace: The Christmas Horse Season 2, Episode 12 Episode, Actor - Fleming 1960 The Twilight Zone: A Thing About Machines Season 2, Episode 4 Episode, Actor - Policeman 1960 The Donna Reed Show: The Model Daughter Season 3, Episode 11 Episode, Actor - Hale 1959 Police Station TV Show Series, Actor - Det. Abramson 1956 The Wrong Man Movie, Actor - Prisoner 1953 Niagara Movie, Actor - Motorcycle Cop The Third Man: The Big Kill Season 3, Episode 8 Episode, Actor - Garson I Spy: Amateur Episode, Actor - Ashby...I Dream of Jeannie is an American sitcom with a fantastical premise. The show starred Barbara Eden as a 2,000-year-old genie, and Larry Hagman as an astronaut who becomes her master, with whom she falls in love and eventually marries. Produced by Screen Gems, the show originally aired from September 1965 to May 1970 with new episodes, and through September 1970 with season repeats, on NBC. The show ran for five seasons and produced 139 episodes. The first season consisted of 30 episodes filmed in black and white.
Price: $589.99
Red 2 Sarah Ross (Mary-Louise Parker) HERO Jacket SCREEN USED Matched W/COA! *SOLD*
(click on image to enlarge) SEEN THROUGHOUT THE LAST 1/4 OF THE FILM INCLUDING THE ENDING...WHEN SHE IS IN BRUCE WILLIS ARMS. ...Red 2 - Sarah Ross (Mary-Louise Parker) screen worn, hero, black faux fur with gold colored zippers, self belt, 'Maje' jacket (size 36). SEEN THROUGHOUT THE LAST 1/4 OF THE FILM INCLUDING THE ENDING...SEE PHOTOS ABOVE OF SCREEN SHOTS FROM THE FILM...THIS JACKET WAS WORN MORE THEN ANY OTHER JACKET/COAT BY HER IN THE FILM INCLUDING THE MOST IMPORTANT SCENES THAT SHE WAS INVOLVED IN. ... Includes COA. SEE MORE PHOTOS BELOW IN PHOTO GALLERY INCLUDING SCREEN SHOTS OF MATCHING JACKET FROM ON SCREEN.
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Janet Jackson Shoe Mold by "Shoemaker to the Stars" Pasquale Di Fabrizio W/LOA! *SOLD*
(click on image to enlarge) SEE MORE PHOTOS ABOVE IN THE PHOTO GALLERY...Janet Jackson Shoe Mold by Pasquale Di Fabrizio These are original shoe mold made for singer and actress Janet Jackson by "Shoemaker to the Stars" Pasquale Di Fabrizio! This one of a kind mold was hand crafted (after a personal fitting) then was used to create footwear for Jackson's specific needs. Length from back heel to toe is about 9.5 inches. Measures about 3 inches from ankle to back heel, mold is marked as a size 38. Molds are in excellent condition with no sign of damage. Auction will also include the original box the molds were stored in along with paper cut out designs used to make the shoes. A letter of authenticity will be included. Pasquale Di Fabrizio was a well-known and respected shoemaker based in Los Angeles. He passed away in 2008. ... Seeing Stars: Where the Stars Shop Di Fabrizio Shoes 903 N. Fairfax Ave Los Angeles, CA He has made dance shoes for Michael Jackson. He has made boots for the rock group Kiss. And he made all of the shoes for Sylvester Stallone's "Rocky" movies. Who is he? He's Pasquale Di Fabrizio, who calls himself "The Stars’ Shoemaker." And that title certainly fits. From his little shop on Fairfax Avenue (near Farmers Market) Di Fabrizio has hand-made shoes for the biggest names in show-biz, including: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas, Elizabeth Taylor, Jack Nicholson, Madonna, Sharon Stone, Whoopi Goldberg, Danny DeVito, Richard Gere, Dolly Parton, Tina Turner, Geena Davis, Uma Thurman, Liza Minnelli, Jane Fonda, Nicole Kidman, Hugh Hefner, Barbara Mandrell, James Woods, Paul Sorveno, Lynda Carter, Mickey Rourke, Jennifer Connelly, Bo Derek, and formerly Ronald Reagan, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, George Peppard and Telly Savalas. But it doesn't come cheap. Prices for shoes made by this Italian master start at $500 and up. In fact, Mr. Di Fabrizio no longer sells directly to the stars - instead he sells only to TV and movie production companies, for whom money is no object. He says that sometimes the stars don't remember to pay. According to Di Fabrizio, Sly Stallone and Mickey Rourke still owe him. His shop on Third Street has a wall full of B&W photos of the stars, and is filled with shoe boxes labeled with the names of his celebrity clients. Di Fabrizio says that Warren Beatty met future wife Annette Bening in his shop. He also says that when Sly Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger were feuding once, they made up here. Di Fabrizio's first celebrity client was Dean Martin, who then brought in Frank Sinatra, and the rest is history. Sometimes, the stars need more than just a pair of shoes. Mr. Di Fabrizio says that he sometimes gives stars a lift - literally. He notes that his shoes added 3 1/2 to 4 inches Sly Stallone's height. He also helped with Elizabeth Taylor's bunions, and designed a special pair of shoes which helped Danny DeVito limp as 'The Penguin' in "Batman Returns." Besides the movies, Di Fabrizio also makes shoes for Broadway shows, such as 'Rent', 'Phantom of the Opera', 'A Chorus Line', 'Victor/Victoria', 'La Cage aux Folles', and 'Dream Girls'. He did the first pair of big black shoes for Mickey Mouse, and also the pair of walkin' boots that Nancy Sinatra wore when she appeared au natural in 'Playboy'. Occasionally, Di Fabrizio auctions off some of his celebrity shoes. A pair he made for Judy Garland sold for $126,000. He has even written a book about his life with the stars. Its title? "The Soul (Sole) of a Shoemaker"
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John Schneider (Bo Duke) Personally Owned Pre-Dukes 1977 Stage Worn Outfit from his High School Musical!!! SOLD
(click on image to enlarge) SOLD...John Schneider Personally Owned Pre-Dukes 1977 Stage Worn Outfit...he wore these & Made them for his high school musical Annie Get Your Gun. They are made of silk (satin) material very heavy duty. They have a tear on the backside left butt area...no size as they were hand made!!! SEE MORE PHOTOS BELOW ON THIS PAGE (Just click on ALL images to enlarge)!
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John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
complete outfit pants & shirt
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
front side of shirt
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
shirt tag
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
backside of shirt
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
front side of pants
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
pants clasp
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
backside of pants
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
John Schneider's Personal Owned Outfit
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John Richard Schneider III (born April 8, 1960) is an American actor and singer. He is best known for his portrayal of Bo Duke in the 1970s-80s American television series The Dukes of Hazzard, and of Jonathan Kent in the 2001–2011 TV series Smallville (an adaptation of Superman).
Alongside his acting career, Schneider performed as a country music singer in the 1980s, releasing nine studio albums and a greatest hits package, as well as eighteen singles. This total includes "I've Been Around Enough to Know", "Country Girls", "What's a Memory Like You (Doing in a Love Like This)" and "You're the Last Thing I Needed Tonight", all of which reached the top of the Billboard country singles charts.
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