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    Jessica Lange "Dwan" dress from King Kong. (De Laurentiis, 1976) Vintage original crème gauze strapless dress with wrapped self underarm straps, left strap with hook and eye closure, double layered panels front and back with long and short layers, sides of dress are open and held together with belt and twisted straps under armpits and woven raffia belt at waist with leather cord side closure (leather cord not present), and 1-long braided raffia rope affixed to back which ties under chest and wraps several times around the waist. Ritual garment was worn by Jessica Lange during the exciting sacrificial scene when she is tied up by Skull Island natives and presented as an offering to the giant mythical ape King Kong. Jessica Lange's stardom was established in this De Laurentiis remake of the 1933 classic. Exhibiting age and production wear, with studio soiling. In vintage good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2019
    25th Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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