Debbie Reynolds Remembers Marilyn

Actress Debbie Reynolds, whose extraordinary collection of Hollywood costumes was auctioned in 2011, has spoken to Australia’s Herald Sun ahead of the Bendigo Art Gallery‘s tribute to Marilyn, which will include several iconic dresses worn by Marilyn before passing into Debbie’s care. “OH, that dress. That flouncy white, pleated halter-neck billowing around Marilyn Monroe’s knees as …

Debbie Reynolds Auction: Part 2

The second half of Debbie Reynolds’ Collection was auctioned at Profiles in History yesterday. Marilyn’s corset from Bus Stop sold for $230,000, alongside costumes from Niagara, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Let’s Make Love. For more details on the auction, check out Scott Fortner’s MM Collection Blog or Melinda Mason’s The MMM Blog.

Debbie Reynolds Auction: Part 2

A second auction of Debbie Reynolds’ Hollywood collection is set for December 3, online and in Beverly Hills, hosted by Profiles in History. Among the items on offer are costumes worn by Marilyn in Niagara, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Bus Stop and Let’s Make Love, reports MSNBC. (Photo montage by Marilynette Lounge.)

The Debbie Reynolds Collection

The auction of Debbie Reynolds’ Hollywood collection, including several Marilyn-related items (most notably the white halter-dress from The Seven Year Itch, currently valued at $1-2 million), is set for May 14-15. More details at the San Francisco Chronicle

Debbie Reynolds’ MM Costume Sale

Debbie Reynolds appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show recently, to discuss the upcoming sale of her historic Hollywood collection, with Profiles in History later this year, including several costumes worn by Marilyn in her most famous roles – including Travilla’s white halter dress from The Seven Year Itch. More details at MM Collection Blog

Debbie Reynolds to Sell Collection

Debbie Reynolds, star of classic movies including Singing in the Rain (1952), is to put her collection of Hollywood memorabilia, worth about $5 million, on auction, after failing to find a buyer. Miss Reynolds, 78, owns several Monroe-related items, including the famous white dress designed by Travilla for The Seven Year Itch (1955.) ‘Most people collect …