Only in Hollywood: Superman and other legendary characters lost their clothes at this auction

The layer of the first “Superman” movie sold this Monday for almost $ 200,000 at an auction in Hollywood, announced the house responsible for the sale.

The accessory used by the actor Christopher Reeve closed at $ 193,750, leading the auction of about 400 collectibles for moviegoers Julien’s Auctions made in Los Angeles.

Only a total of six layers were used during the filming of the film, which premiered in 1978.

Superman recharges its energy with radiation from the sun's rays. Photo: Getty Images

Several "Star Trek" costumes were also sold, including the uniform that Patrick Stewart wore in his role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard, sold for $ 28,800 dollars.

Spock's Romulan costumes played by Leonard Nimoy in "Journey to the Stars: The New Generation" went for $ 20,000.

The suit he wore Dan Akroyd in "Ghostbusters 2" It was also auctioned for $ 32,000, said Julien’s Auctions, which specializes in Hollywood collectibles.

Although it was originally announced as one of the main items to be sold, Bilbo Baggins' pipe, played by Ian Holm in the trilogy "The Lord of the Rings", was not auctioned on Monday.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here