24 June 2004
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BILL MURRAY SUITS FROM "ED WOOD" AND "CHARLIE'S ANGELS"
Touchstone Pictures, 1994; Columbia, 2000
Two suits worn by the actor; the first being an off-white raw silk two-piece suit worn when he portrayed John 'Bunny' Breckinridge; an interior label in the jacket reads "Vincent Costumes, Inc./New York City/Bill Murray;" seen in the opening scene when Ed Wood, as portrayed by Johnny Depp, first comes to the theatre and then in the later restaurant sequence when the group reads the bad reviews; the second being a funky tuxedo ensemble worn when he portrayed John Bosley; an interior label on the maroon and gold brocade jacket reads "John David Ridge/Mr. Bill Murray;" an interior label on the beige dress shirt reads Distinctive Shirtmakers/Anto/Beverly Hills/BM (Bill Murray)/March 2000," (the black tuxedo pants not being labeled); seen in the 'party scene.' Included are costumer's tags outlining when outfit was worn, a 'certificate of authenticity' from Reel Clothes & Props, a 'letter of provenance' from Sony Pictures and a reprinted black and white image of Murray wearing the suit from "Ed Wood."
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