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    Arnold Schwarzenegger "Jack Slater" signature ensemble from Last Action Hero. (Columbia, 1993) Original (5) piece ensemble including (1) brown suede jacket with rounded collar, 2-diagonal hip slash pockets, buttoning wrist cinches, elastic side hem cinches, interior lined in chocolate satin, with zipper front closure, (1) brick red short-sleeve crewneck tee retaining internal stamped, "Last Action Hero" on neck, (1) pair Levi brand denim jeans, (1) pair Tony Lama black leather and snakeskin cowboy boots with special rubber soles added for stunts, retaining internal handwritten, "Arnold, Rubber soles use for stunts", size "12D", and (1) brown leather belt with sterling silver and brass belt buckle featuring bas relief gold metal LAPD Sergeant badge, gun and text, "Marksmanship, Slater". Exhibiting age and production wear, shirt with uneven fading around neck from previous display. In very good to fine condition.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2019
    25th Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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