(Las Vegas,NV)  —  Actress and Las Vegas resident Debbie Reynolds is selling off  her large collection of  Hollywood memorabilia.  The “Review-Journal” says the items include the famed “subway dress” Marilyn Monroe wore in “The Seven Year Itch,” and the ruby slippers from “The Wizard of Oz.”  

Also being sold is the headdress the late Liz Taylor wore in “Cleopatra.”  Todd Fisher, the son of the 79-year-old Reynolds, says she’s “heartbroken” over the sale after an unsuccessful effort to launch a museum in both Vegas and Tennessee. 

The first auction will be held June 18th at Los Angeles’ Paley Center, with at least two more planned.


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