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    Mexican Uniform and Flag from "The Alamo." John Wayne drew on what he learned from John Ford and Howard Hawks when he made his own directorial debut in 1960 with The Alamo, his sprawling, ambitious, epic take on one of history's most famous last stands (the full-scale replica set alone took two years to build). The uniform consists of a pair of beige trousers and a red and blue jacket with white trim and a Republic Pictures property stamp on the lining; the flag is a replica of the Second National Flag of Mexico measuring 40" x 60". Both are in Excellent condition with a mild amount of staining from age and use during production. Accompanied by COA from L.A. Prop & Wardrobe Co.

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    October, 2006
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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