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    A Sean Penn Costume from the Woody Allen Film "Sweet and Lowdown." Sweetland Films, 1999. A full ensemble including: 1) a purple velvet blazer, peaked lapels, double-breasted, three frontal pockets, adorned with rhinestones and sequins in the form of constellations plus one crescent moon form on the right lapel; 2) a white cotton tuxedo shirt, label reads "Paul Chang / Custom Tailor / Chicago / Emmet;" 3) a gray satin bowtie, 4) a pair of tan cotton pants, flat front, cuffed hems, tag reads "Emmet;" and 5) two pairs of red cotton socks; worn by the actor as he portrayed "Emmet Ray" in the funny/sad scene when he tries to perform onstage inside a crescent-shaped moon but has a number of problems; interestingly, Penn was nominated for a 'Best Actor in a Leading Role' Oscar for his work in this Woody Allen film but he lost out to Kevin Spacey for "American Beauty;" additionally, Penn wears this costume on the one-sheet film poster.

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    December, 2014
    6th Saturday
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