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    Michelle Pfeiffer "Catwoman" stage-2 costume from Batman Returns. (Warner Bros., 1992) Original costume includes (1) "stage 1" latex body suit with white zipper details exhibiting latex deterioration, (1) "stage 3" rubber cowl with blonde hair attached to interior and makeup and adhesive residue with original costumer's tag, "M. Pfeiffer 'Cat ?' stg 3". Mounted on a production made foam latex lifecast of Pfeiffer, (1) pair of Di Fabrizio brand boots with 4-stunt heals worn by stunt woman, "Heather Ryan" with a production hold tag handwritten, "Michelle flat boots Catwoman, hard and soft", (1) corset with knee and elbow pads for stunt sequences worn by Pfeiffer and retaining costumer tag handwritten, "Stage 3, largest corset, stunt". Catwoman costumes were made in 3-stages of distress. This Stage 1 distressed corset was worn when Catwoman meets Batman (Michael Keaton) and the Penguin (Danny Devito) for the first time. The Stage 3 tattered cowl was worn after the Penguin's helicopter umbrella drops Catwoman through a glass greenhouse and when Schreck escapes the Penguin's cage in the abandoned Gotham Zoo. José Fernandez sculpted the cowl used to create the foam latex versions worn by Pfeiffer. Of the 36 cowls made for production, 9 for each stage of distress, most were destroyed during production or deteriorated, making this cowl a rare piece of Batman history. Comes with an LOA from Jose Fernandez.

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    June, 2017
    26th Monday
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