Saturday, November 6, 2010

Back To The Future Items Sell High At The Hollywood Auction - November 6, 2010

Oct. 25, 2010 - New York, New York, U.S. - ''Back To The Future'' 25th Anniversary Trilogy Blu-Ray Release Celebration.Gustavino's New York, NY 10-25-2010.Photo By - - Phhotos, Inc. 2010.I14975BT. © Red Carpet Pictures
This has been a big month or so for Back To The Future fans. So much to keep up with as the 25th anniversary passed. I have seen Back To The Future in Blu-ray and it looks incredible. I will have a review of the set up on the site soon. The big Hollywood Auction has been taking place tonight which had Bob Gale putting up a ton of items up for bid to help raise money for the Michael J. Fox Foundation. For Back To The Future fans like myself, there was plenty of attention on a lot of incredible items up for bid. Bids went high for items. I was hoping to see the DeLorean go up over $100,000 but it got close. What was amazing to see that Marty's jacket from the future got close to the DeLorean on being the top selling item. The newspaper items would be a major collectible to me and they went from anywhere between $2,000 and $4,000. The bidding on the sports almanac was fast and furious as it went for $15,000. Here is a list of all the items that were sold and their winning bids. No, the picture with this article is not the one that was auctioned.

The most technically accurate reproduction of the iconic DeLorean: $95,000
Back To The Future II prop police baton: $650
Prop Biff's SFX "transformation" matchbooks from Back To The Future II: $2,000
Very rare prop SFX "transformation" photos of Eric Stoltz as Marty McFly: $1,300
Prop Frisbie's Pies pie plate from Back To The Future III: $1,000
Visual effects photograph of Marty disappearing from Back To The Future (just Marty in pic): $3,250
Visual effects photograph of Marty disappearing from Back To The Future (Marty with brother and sister in pic with him): $3,750
Prop USA Today newspaper from BTTF II: $2,000
Prop USA Today newspaper "Youth Jailed Martin McFly arrested" from BTTF II: $3,000
Prop future USA Today newspaper "Gang Jailed, Hoverboard rampage from BTTF II: $2,250
Prop Hill Valley Telegraph newspaper featuring George McFly from BTTF II: $2,000
Prop Hill Valley Telegraph newspaper featuring "Biff Wins Again" from BTTF II: $2,250
Prop Hill Valley Telegraph newspaper featuring "Emmett Brown Committed" from BTTF II: $4,000
Prop Hill Valley Telegraph newspaper featuring "Emmett Brown Commended" from BTTF II: $3,750
Original screen-used painting of 2015 future Hill Valley from BTTF II: $2,500
Back To The Future III double sided one sheet poster: $1,500
Screen used Gray's Sports Almanac 1950-2000 from BTTF II: $15,000
Back To The Future II one sheet poster: $1,900
The Bob Gale Experience (dinner with Bob Gale or a phone call if travel isn't possible to LA): $1,300
Back To The Future III Japanese 57 in. by 40 in. poster: $600
Screen-used OUTATIME license plate from Back To The Future ride: $3,000
Prop Hill Valley map from BTTF III used in train station: (Item was not sold but have not heard on why)
Hero screen-used Michael J. Fox "Marty McFly" 2015 resizing jacket from the future: $75,000
Marty McFly Year 2015 future Nike self lacing shoe from BTTF II: $14,000
Oh Lala prop magazine from BTTF II: $2,000
Back To The Future one sheet poster signed by Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Claudia Wells, Crispin Glover, and Thomas F. Wilson: $4,250

Oh yeah, I guess there was some other non-BTTF related items being sold in the auction. LOL. Here are some of the happenings of the rest of the auction and the winning bids.
Signed director's chair by Christopher Nolan: $350
Signed director's chair by Jodie Foster: $200
Signed director's chair by Robert Downey Jr.: $475
Signed director's chair by Seth Rogen: $125
Signed director's chair by Katherine Heigl: $100
Signed director's chair by Kristin Davis, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Cynthia Nixon: $200
Star Wars: Episode IV US subway billboard poster: $1,300
Lucy Liu "Alex Munday" costume from Charlie's Angels: $375
Prop detonator and conceptual artwork from 24 seen in season six: $225
Stunt paring knife from 24 used to stab the president in season six: $250
The Lord Of The Rings: Two Towers one sheet poster signed by 10 cast members: $1,400
Screen used T-Rex tooth from Jurassic Park: $2,750
Spider-Man 2 one sheet poster signed by Kirsten Dunst and Stan Lee: $350
Bones script signed by Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz: $500
Prop Daily Bugle newspaper covers from Spider-Man: $1,600
Xavier's school notebook and binder from X-Men: The Last Stand: $375
Silver Surfer surfboard signed by Stan Lee, Doug Jones, and Don Payne: $1,200
Bedtime Stories stunt gumballs and umbrella signed by Keri Russell, Adam Sandler, Russell Brand, Matt Lopez, and Adam Shankman: $400
Life size bust of Iron Man MARK II and Iron Man one-sheet poster signed by Stan Lee: $2,750
Avatar limited edition gicl+e print signed by James Cameron and Jon Landau: $1,100 (rapid fire bidding on that item).
Screen-used Scotty Dog puppet from Coraline: $2,750
Screen-used Angel Dog taxidermy puppet from Coraline: $2,500
Complete Cobra Neo-Viper costume from G.I.Joe: The Rise of Cobra: $3,250
Megan Fox "Mikaela Banes" Smithsonian costume from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen: $1,600
Eclipse mini-poster signed by Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner: $650
Screen-used Hero K.I.T.T. from Knight Rider (2008-09): $32,500
Superman Comics No. 1 1939: $90,000
The Green Hornet Comic No. 1 December 1940: $1,800
Batman comic strip original art by Bob Kane 1943: $37,500
Who Framed Roger Rabbit original storyboard drawing signed by artist: $250
Original Screen-used Golden Ticket from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory: $47,500
Screen-used Naboo Palace Guard jacket from Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace: $7,000
Screen-used "Daffy" puppet from Gremlins 2: The New Batch: $16,000
Screen-used prop Jeep license plate #10 from Jurassic Park: $3,000

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