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    Michael J. Fox "Marty McFly" Western ensemble from Back to the Future Part III. (Universal, 1990) Original Western-style (3) piece ensemble including (1) pink and blue cotton shirt with burgundy piping at collar, on chest and back panels and sleeves, crème suede fringe at lower chest and sleeves, with maroon, pewter, purple and pink embroidered atom symbols, and pearlized pink snap button front and sleeve closure, (1) pair of maroon pants with pink piping on outer legs, pockets and belt loops, and zipper front closure, retaining internal handwritten, "M. Fox" on waistband, with (1) pink and tan leather with red snakeskin belt (buckle not seen on screen), retaining internal handwritten, "M.J.F" in black ink. Iconic, instantly recognizable, this was "Marty's" (Fox) failed attempt to blend into the period fashion worn throughout the film. Exhibiting some production wear. In very good to fine condition. Provenance:  Sotheby's, Beverly Hills, May 21, 1997, Lot 483.

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