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    Judith Anderson The Ten Commandments Screen-Worn Costume. Tagged "The Greatest Event in Motion Picture History," The Ten Commandments would prove to be Cecil B. DeMille's highest-grossing film, as well as his last. Included is a floor-length tunic style dress screen-worn by Judith Anderson in the 1956 epic, created by Academy Award-winning costume designer Edith Head. Head was nominated for an Oscar for The Ten Commandments costume designs, and this piece evidences her renowned talent. The dress has a Paramount tag attached to the inner waistline, with Anderson's name written in black ink, and is accompanied by an image of Anderson wearing the dress in the film. In Excellent condition.

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    April, 2008
    5th Saturday
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