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    Charlton Heston - Screen Worn Movie Costume from "Town and Country". A major star in the Hollywood firmament, Charlton Heston is certainly one of Hollywood's most regarded entertainers. Offered here is the complete number-one hero outfit worn in his 2001 film, "Town and Country". Now retired due to health concerns, it is unlikely that Heston will accept any more film roles, making this costume a unique capstone to an incredible career. The outfit offered here consists of Heston's hand tailored blazer, trousers, shirt, tie and scarf. The garments were obtained directly from the film's studio, and include a signed letter of authenticity, with hologram seal affixed, from New Line Cinema. Cataloged and guaranteed by Startifacts.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2003
    20th-23rd Thursday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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