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    Geena Davis - Screen-Worn costume for "Thelma and Louise". A highly identifiable pair of women's blue jeans, this artifact displays the Guess label, with jeweled multi-colored studs and rhinestones sewn around the pockets. These pants were worn by lead actress Geena Davis in her Oscar-nominated performance in the classic film, "Thelma and Louise" (also significant as the film that launched the career of heart throb Brad Pitt). The pants, as worn by Davis, can be seen in most of the film, and were obtained directly from the film's studio. Included is a photo and a letter of authenticity detailing the costume's history. Cataloged and guaranteed by Startifacts.

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    November, 2003
    20th-23rd Thursday-Sunday
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