Late movie legend Marlon Brando‘s personal effects will be sold at New York
auction house Christie’s on June 30 in the most high-profile sale since
Marilyn Monroe’s estate was auctioned in 1999.
Organizers expect to raise more than $1 million from the sale of
250 items from Brando’s former Los Angeles home, which include the script from
his 1972 classic The Godfather, his Oscar nomination certificate for On The Waterfront and the infamous black outfit her wore in the first Superman movie.
A Christie’s spokesperson says, “Marlon Brando was an extremely private and elusive individual and the sale offers a rare privilege–an intimate insight
into the lifestyle and career of a famed screen colossus.
“Brando meticulously retained memorabilia from his acting career and these treasure troves help unravel the methods of his iconic and legendary
characterizations, and offer an unsurpassed window into the world of this
enigmatic acting genius.”
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