Pretty Woman boots and Cruise's Top Gun jacket among famous film items up for auction

October 20, 2020

Julia Roberts' Pretty Woman boots and Tom Cruise's Top Gun bomber jacket are going under the hammer as part of a large movie auction.

More than 900 items of film and TV memorabilia worth an estimated £4.4m will be sold off in December.

Other highlights include the lightsaber used by Ewan McGregor in Star Wars: Revenge Of The Sith - which could fetch around £120,000.

James Bond's MI6 training suit - donned by Daniel Craig in Skyfall - is estimated to go for around £20,000.

The boots worn by Roberts in her hit role in Pretty Woman could make around £15,000.

Tom Cruise's jacket from classic 1986 film Top Gun is estimated to sell for £16,000.

Fans can also get their hands on Michael J. Fox's jacket from Back To The Future Part II, Tom Hanks' helmet from Saving Private Ryan, and Russell Crowe's shield from Gladiator.

The hat worn by Jack Nicholson in Batman, David Bowie's crystal ball from Labyrinth, and Brad Pitt's red jacket from Fight Club are also up for grabs.

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Prop Store is the company holding the online auction and its boss, Stephen Lane, set it up as a way of pursuing his love for movies.

He started searching for the props and costumes from his favourite films and now, almost 20 years later, has over 30 employees and more than 25,000 combined square feet of memorabilia.

Prop Store's Entertainment Memorabilia Live will take place on 1 and 2 December.

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