Memorabilia from Debbie Reynolds, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and more to go up for auction

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Memorabilia from Debbie Reynolds, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and more to go up for auction
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EL SEGUNDO, CALIF.- Premiere Props announced today they will be auctioning off over 750 pieces of memorabilia, props and costumes on Saturday, December 12, 2020 at the Premiere Props headquarters in El Segundo, CA. The virtual auction will begin at 11:00am PST. Fans around the world will be able to watch and participate in the auction in real time at Hollywood Live Auctions and Premiere Props.

The auction also marks the beginning of a long-term collaboration with The Debbie Reynolds’ Archives and her son Todd Fisher with a collection of props, costumes and photos from Reynolds’ career.

“My mother’s wish was to cater to her fans and give them the chance to own and cherish her costumes and props,” said Todd Fisher. “We are excited to bring thousands of her items, at all price points, from her archive collection directly to her fans through Premiere Props’ Hollywood Live Auctions.”

Items from The Debbie Reynolds’ Archives include:

• Elaborate custom-made stage costumes designed by the legendary costumer Bob Mackie for her stage shows

• Stage worn gold-sequined rhinestone jumpsuit with ostrich feathers from the “Debbie and Donald O’Connor” live show from her “Ginger Rogers Tribute”

• Red, white and blue spangled costume worn during the “Bicentennial” segment of her 1976 one-woman stage show

• Stage worn and autographed dance shoes from her Las Vegas show

• A complete rare family preserved early photo shoot collection of Carrie Fisher in her preteen and teen years, never released or shown to the public. Plus, original photos of Carrie, Debbie and Todd Fisher.

• Actual pieces of flooring from the Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio together with autographed posters and photos that were on display at the studio. The dance floor was originally from MGM studios (1930s) and Fred Astaire, Eleanor Powell and other major stars from the era danced on it. The floor was purchased by Reynolds and installed in 1976 at her studio where stars including Michael Jackson (rehearsing for his Thriller concert tour), Ann Miller, and Michael Crawford used it.

• An original poster from “Singing In The Rain” autographed by Debbie Reynolds and Donald O’Connor

• Autographed prints of Reynolds’ MGM “pals” including Jimmy Stewart, Bettie Davis, June Allyson, Ann Miller, Esther Williams, Jane Russell, and Jack Lemmon, among others.

• All include an actual section of the original dance floor.

• A collection of rare, autographed Star Wars posters direct from Carrie Fisher’s personal collection.

• A rare collection of autographed Debbie Reynold’s original studio prints from her award-winning films.

The auction, which takes place on Frank Sinatra’s birthday, will include a collection of ten never before seen photos from Sinatra’s 1951 wedding to Eva Gabor, along with their family members, taken by celebrated photographer Jules Schick.

Additional items up for auction include:

Elvis Presley
• KING CREOLE - screen worn shirt (1958) Yellow/cream colored custom long sleeve silk shirt worn in the film

• FOLLOW THAT DREAM – screen worn sunglasses (1962) Renauld of France green tinted sunglasses with metal frame worn in the film, along with collection of black & white photos of Elvis wearing the glasses

• Personal brown leather and wool Kentfield jacket (1956)

Michael Jackson
• White “tux style” crystal glove from the Victory tour

• Signed leather jacket from the 44th Annual GRAMMY Awards (2002)

• Personally owned and worn autographed fedora (1998)

James Bond
• CASINO ROYALE: James Bond’s (Daniel Craig) Visa card, Vesper Lynd’s (Eva Green) business card, blueprints, casino plaques and poker chips

• DR. NO: Casino plaques

• GOLDENEYE: Screen used stunt pistol

• QUANTUM SOLACE: Edward Slate’s (Neil Jackson) AmEx card

• SKYFALL: Poker chips and casino plaques

• SPECTRE: James Bond’s (Daniel Craig) tuxedo shirt and Dr. Madeleine Swann’s (La Seydoux) Hoffler Klinik card

• THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH: Casino plaques

• THE GODFATHER: PART III (1990) Assistant Art Director Franckie Diago’s Leatherbound Planner. Planner contains over 50 pages of production notes from the art department including production renderings of Don Michael Corleone’s (Al Pacino) home, production notes, fabric samples, original photographs of the cast and crew, including Francis Ford Coppola

• BLACK PANTHER (2019): Iconic concept (prototype) mask designed for Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman)

• ANNABELLE (2014): Red velvet and wood rocking chair from the film

• KISS: Custom Hand Painted KISS Autographed Leather Jacket (1984). One of a kind hand-painted and autographed leather jacket of the four original band members Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Peter Chriss and Ace Frehley

• ROB ZOMBIE: Full Size Spaceship and Alien Creature from acclaimed filmmaker and musician Rob Zombie’s music video EVERYONE’S F***ING IN A UFO.

• QUEEN MARY: Original cabin sink and display case from the ship built in 1930 with the support of Queen Elizabeth

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