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    Christopher Walken "Horseman" cape and trousers from Sleepy Hollow. (Paramount, 1999) Original (2) costume pieces including (1) floor-length cape of damask gray silk lined with crimson satin and painted black in areas, studio distressed and with remnants of theatrical blood. The high collar features snaps to affix at the shoulders of the tunic (not present) and (1) matching pair of riding pants with side zipper closure, elastic waistband, and spandex from knees to stirrup cuffs, decorated in crimson and silver ribbon details retaining handwritten "C.W." on interior waistband. Incredible and costume pieces designed by the brilliant Colleen Atwood, worn by Walken from the beginning of the film and a prime example of the best of production design elements expected of director Tim Burton. Exhibiting heavy studio distressing, production wear, handling and soiling. In very good to fine condition.

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    December, 2019
    17th Tuesday
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