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    Helen Slater "Supergirl" costume from Supergirl. (TriStar, 1984) Vintage original (4) piece superhero costume including (1) Long sleeve collarless blue spandex tunic with integral briefs, velcro and snap back closure, velcro strips on the back for affixing cape and applique iconic red and yellow "S" emblazoned on the chest, (1) red lycra "flying" miniskirt with saffron self belt and lining, 2-reinforced holes in the side for FX rigging, hook and eye and snap back closure belt waist, (1) red wool knee-length cape with snaps and velcro at collar for attachment to tunic and bright yellow "S" icon on the back and (1) pair of red leather knee-high boots with yellow leather ornaments and zipper and velcro back closure. Tunic retains maker's label handwritten, "Helen Slater". Skirt handwritten, "Blue Backing Flying". Cape handwritten, "Walking". Exhibiting wear and age. In vintage very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2018
    5th Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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