Judy Garland's iconic 'Wizard of Oz' dress sold for $480,000
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (KABC) -- The blue pinafore Judy Garland made famous in "The Wizard of Oz" has been auctioned off for $480,000.
It was sold Saturday as part of a two-day auction of Hollywood memorabilia, gathered by auction house Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills.
Also auctioned off was the purple skirt Marilyn Monroe wore in "River of No Return." It sold for $50,000 as did Steve McQueen's racing jacket.
Buyers also snapped up the dress Julie Andrews wore in the "Sound of Music."
The immense collection of Hollywood history also included sunglasses worn by Jean Reno in "Leon," which went for $8,320, and shades owned by Johnny Depp, which sold for $3,250.
Julien's Auctions Hollywood collection was so vast, pieces of royal wedding cakes were also auctioned off.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
- Man found tied up, burned on 605 Freeway
- Boston bombing anniversary disrupted by hoax
- South Korea ferry sinks; 2 dead, 14 injured
- Victim's mother faces murder suspects in court
- State audit: Cudahy must repay $22.7 million
- LA Register newspaper takes on digital age
- San Pedro Elks Lodge fire may be suspicious
- Murrieta suspect fixated on girls' socks
- Teen caught egging homeless woman in Lancaster
- abcnews: Conjoined twins leave Dallas hospital
- Photos: Boston Marathon bombing - 1 year later
- Google Glass raises public privacy concerns
- 'Fast & Furious' enlists Paul Walker's brothers
- OTRC: Ice Cube clarifies Paul Walker comments