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    A Rita Hayworth Dress from "The Naked Zoo." R&S Film Enterprises, Inc., 1971. Made of silk chiffon with a lime green and yellowish floral pattern, "dress" portion is actually palazzo pants which resemble a floor-length skirt when worn, long butterfly sleeves, gathered bustline with tie, back zip-up closure, designer label reads "Posh Couture;" worn as the actress portrayed "Helen Golden" in this cult 'youth culture' exploitation flick that co-starred the hippie rock band, Canned Heat! (Please note there are some slight rips and tears in dress due to fragile nature of chiffon.)

    This lot was consigned directly by William Grefe, the director, writer, and producer of "The Naked Zoo;" a letter from him is included with this lot.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2012
    24th Tuesday
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