Marilyn Monroe gown auctioned for $218,000 as ‘Star Wars’ and Marvel props also sell big

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New York Daily News

An iconic Marilyn Monroe dress and props from “Star Wars” and Marvel movies highlighted a heavyweight Hollywood auction that reached its grand finale Monday. A white-and-sheer gown worn by Monroe in the 1954 musical-comedy “There’s No Business Like Show Business” was the priciest of the 1,700 items sold during four-day “Hollywood Legends” event, fetching $218,750. That winning bid blew past the $80,000 to $100,000 price range estimated by Julien’s Auctions, which organized the event in Los Angeles. Other top sellers included the red, white and blue shield handled by Chris Evans’ Captain Americ…

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