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    Tyrone Power "Martin 'Marty' Maher" jacket, shirt and pants from The Long Gray Line. Tyrone Power "Martin 'Marty' Maher" jacket, shirt and pants from The Long Gray Line. (Columbia, 1955) (1) Green wool military jacket with four open flap pockets, bronze colored metal buttons (one replaced) and tan lining. Western Costume Co. label typed "66-2141-2 / T. Power / 43 ch#18" and handwritten "43". Exhibits one and three quarter inch repair on front. Dark red stain on back shoulder and bottom. Lining exhibits soiling especially along collar. (2) Green wool military four button, two open flap pocket shirt. Western Costume Co. label typed "66-2280-1 / T. Power / 43" and handwritten "No Body Pad 15 ½ / 35". Exhibits very minor pulls overall. (3) Green wool military four pocket hook & eye button front closure pants. Western Costume Co. label typed "66-2306-1 / T. Power / 33 31" and handwritten "Old Chge W/PAD 40x32 #75". Exhibits very minor wear overall with a small white stain on top front. Military patches and pins added for display purposes. Designed by Jean Louis. Worn by Tyrone Power as "Martin 'Marty' Maher". Jacket worn when he is told he is too old for active duty. Shirt worn when he becomes a father and pants worn when visitors come through and at home when Maureen O'Hara passes away in The Long Gray Line.

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    December, 2013
    21st Saturday
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