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    Henry Thomas' "Elliott" opening scenes screen-worn outfit from E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Henry Thomas' "Elliott" opening scenes screen-worn outfit from E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. (Universal, 1982) Steven Spielberg's epic Sci-Fi film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, innovated a genre, broke box-office records and touched countless hearts. The central character in this family drama was a boy named "Eliott" played with heartbreaking conviction by Henry Thomas. This is the costume worn by Thomas as "Elliott" in the opening scenes of this classic film, including the first face-to-face meeting between "E.T." and "Elliott" in the cornfield. Costume consists of (1) pair of boy's blue jeans (1) red, white and blue "Durable Press" brand boy's flannel, button-down shirt and (1) "The North Face" brand orange, down parka with button and zipper front closure and velcro flap hip pockets. Signed by Henry Thomas internally on lower right, "E.T. Jacket Henry Thomas". Exhibiting studio-distress, age and minor soiling. In good condition. Accompanied by a COA from Henry Thomas.

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    July, 2013
    28th Sunday
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