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    A Steve McQueen Costume from "Papillon." Allied Artists, 1973. A three-piece suit: a blazer made of black wool with beige pinstripes, peaked lapels, double-breasted, three front pockets, Western Costume Co. label in inside breast pocket reads "No. 2058-1 / Steve McQueen / Chest 40 1/2 / Sleeve 30;" a matching vest, four front pockets, six button front closure, same WCC label, stamp on inside lining reads "A #22 / W.C. Co / Suit 3 Pc;" and a matching pair of trousers, flat front, cuffed hems, same stamp as vest; worn by the actor as he portrayed "Henri 'Papillon' Charriere" in the film that garnered him a Golden Globe nomination for 'Best Motion Picture Actor - Drama' though sadly, he lost out to Al Pacino in "Serpico."

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    December, 2012
    14th Friday
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