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    A Woody Allen Costume from "Small Time Crooks." Dreamworks SKG, 2000. A white linen jacket, three button front closure, three front pockets, no designer label present; matching pants, pleated front, cuffed hems; silk shirt in a black, yellow, and white elaborate print, long sleeves, seven button front closure, label reads "Versace / Classic V2;" white leather belt with gold-colored metal adornments, stamped in part "Avanti;" a pair of beige leather loafers, label reads in part "Carlo Morandi;" a pair of tan-colored cotton socks; and a set of white silk long underwear; worn by Woody Allen as he portrayed "Ray" in the extended sequence where he runs into "May" [Elaine May] at Ruby Foo's and then later meets up with "Frenchy" [Tracey Ullman] as they break up.

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    December, 2014
    6th Saturday
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