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    Sean Connery "Jim Malone" signature ensemble from The Untouchables. (Paramount, 1987) Vintage original (5) piece ensemble from Connery's Oscar-winning performance, including (1) beige with black detail corduroy coat with short collar, notched lapel, 1-pouch and 2-flap pockets, brown woven leather button front closure, interior lined in taupe satin, (1) brown tweed waistcoat with notched lapel, 2-hip slash pockets, and button front closure, (1) palest sage green long sleeve button-up, (1) pair heathered brown wool trousers with button front closure, retaining costumer's internal handwritten, "Malone", and (1) pair brown leather insulated gloves with cinching snap buckles. Connery wears the vest and pants throughout the movie and in his dramatic death scene. The vest retains studio-created breaches in the front for FX wiring for squibs and the back lining is also prepared with holes in the lining, coat collar has some seam separation at back. In vintage good to very good condition.

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    November, 2020
    12th Thursday
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