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    A Chill Wills Jacket from "Giant." Warner Bros., 1956. Made of a light-weight brownish-colored wool, single-breasted, three front slit pockets, three button front closure, inside designer label reads "Bullock's Los Angeles / Broadhill / Sportswear for Men," further Warner Bros. label reads "4/20/55 / Prod 403 / Chill Wills / 2 Pc Suit / Dbled / 2-2859," red paper drycleaning tag stapled to lining; worn as the actor portrayed "Uncle Bawley" in the scene at the Benedict ranch when a cocky James Dean [as "Jett Rink"] shows up covered in oil and proceeds to get into a fight with Rock Hudson [as "Bick Benedict"].

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2012
    30th Friday
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