Personal property of Marlon Brando highlights Hollywood memorabilia at Heritage Auctions Never-before-seen photos of Marilyn Monroe; items from the estates of Glenn Ford and Walter Matthau, in Dallas, March 30
the first time by the Academy Award-winner’s son, Charlie. The collection includes an original 1978 drawing of Matthau by celebrity caricaturist Al Hirschfeld, which may bring $1,600+, and scripts from Grumpy Old Men (estimate: 1,000+) and The Odd Couple II (estimate: $800+). Along with Hollywood mementos, a number of Matthau’s personal items are offered as well, such as a selection of Gucci suitcases, expected to bring $1,200+, and a lot of four hats he wore in various films – as well as in his everyday life – that that are expected to bring $1,000+.
Further highlights include but are not limited to:
Stan Laurel’s personally-owned collection of scripts: Estimate $10,000+
Cast- and crew-signed memento from The Day the Earth Stood Still: Estimate $500+
A prop dining room chair from Titanic: Estimate $1,200+
A facial mold use by Richard Herd to play the character L’Kor on Star Trek: The Next Generation: Estimate $2,000+
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