Thursday, August 2, 2007

Holy Hollywood Auctions, Batman!

Would you like to buy a piece of Hollywood memorabilia from famous or iconic movies? I know I would...if I could actually afford it. :p

From Wizard Universe:

The General Lee, a ‘Blade Runner’ costume and ‘Batman and Robin’ props will go to the highest bidder beginning tomorrow
By Michael Fitzgerald
Posted August 1, 2007 5:35 PM

Some of the coolest Hollywood memorabilia goes up on the auction block tomorrow and Friday. Memorabilia company Profiles in History will take bids on items like the Statue of Liberty head from the original “Planet of the Apes,” Chewbacca’s head from “Star Wars,” the General Lee from “The Dukes of Hazzard” and the Johnny Five robot from “Short Circuit” in a live auction, over the phone and online through beginning at noon PST.

A full list can be found on the dealer’s website, but here are some items that might be of interest to you:

-General Lee (“Dukes of Hazzard”)
-Johnny Five (“Short Circuit”)
-Chewbacca’s head (“Star Wars”)
-Tony Soprano’s Suburban (“The Sopranos”)
-Tom Cruise’s Mello-Yello stock car (“Days of Thunder”)
-Uncle Rico’s van (“Napoleon Dynamite”)
-Zhora’s black leather costume (“Blade Runner”)
-The original Energizer Bunny
-A glove from the space suit of the last man on the moon, Gene Cernan
-Harry Houdini’s handcuffs
-Elvis Presley’s karate gi
-Anakin’s lightsaber (“Star Wars: Episode II—Attack of the Clones”)
-Obi-Wan’s lightsaber (“Star Wars: Episode I—The Phantom Menace”)
-Grail tablet (“Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”)
-The Statue of Liberty’s head (“Planet of the Apes”)
-Batgirl costume (“Batman and Robin”)
-Batman cape and cowl (“Batman and Robin”)

Check out some of these and other cool items included in our gallery below.

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