Debbie Reynolds is set to make millions as she reluctantly auctions off 3,500 items of film memorabilia


Debbie Reynolds is set to make millions as she reluctantly auctions off 3,500 items of film memorabilia

“I”m heartbroken”: Debbie Reynolds is set to make millions as she reluctantly auctions off 3,500 items of film memorabilia

2:07 PM on 7th June 2011

Not keeping it in the family: Debbie Reynolds talks to her daughter Carrie Fisher and son Todd Fisher at a preview of her Hollywood costume and prop collection in Beverly Hills

Not keeping it in the family: Debbie Reynolds talks to her daughter Carrie Fisher and son Todd Fisher at a preview of her Hollywood costume and prop collection in Beverly Hills

Star lot: The subway dress Marilyn wore in Seven Year Itch is expected to go for up to 2million at auctionStar lot: The Subway Dress, worn by Marilyn Monroe in The Seven Year Itch is expected to fetch up to $2 million

Star lot: The Subway Dress, worn by Marilyn Monroe in The Seven Year Itch is expected to fetch up to 2 million

Headwear: Actress Debbie Reynolds poses with two headdresses worn by Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra

Headwear: Actress Debbie Reynolds poses with two headdresses worn by Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra

Collector: Debbie Reynolds is selling her impressive collection of movie costumesBack in the day: Debbie Reynolds starred with Gene Kelly in Singin

Avid collector: Debbie Reynolds, who starred with Gene Kelly in Singin” in the Rain (right), is selling her impressive collection of movie costumes

Season Didn

Season”s greetings: Reynolds poses next to the Kris Kringle costume from the Miracle on 34th Street and Judy Garland”s blue cotton test dress and ruby slippers that did not make the final cut in The Wizard of Oz

Black and white: Audrey HepburnMost expensive costume ever made Barbra Streisand

Glamourous memorabilia: Audrey Hepburn”s iconic Ascot dress from My Fair Lady (left) and Barbra Streisand”s Hello Dolly dress which cost more than $100,000 to make

Charlie ChaplinDo-Re-Mi dress: Julie Andrews

Slightly tattered: Charlie Chaplin”s signature bowler hat from films including The Tramp, and Julie Andrews” Do-Re-Mi costume from The Sound of Music