ByDarren Teo, writer at
Born in Vancouver, raised in Singapore. Screenwriting Major at LMU's SFTV. Part time Seth Rogen body double.
Darren Teo

Hollywood doesn't just make money from the box office. Beyond ticket sales, some studios auction iconic props to die-hard fans for exorbitant prices.

Here are some of the most expensive film props, and the crazy prices that fans were willing to pay:

1. Harrison Ford's Pistol, Blade Runner.

Sold for: $270,000

2. General Lee Dodge Charger, The Dukes of Hazard.

Sold for: $450,000

3. Full-Scale T-800, Terminator 2: Judgement Day.

Sold For: $488,750

4. Delorean DMC-12, Back to the Future.

Sold For: $541,000

5. Starship Enterprise Replica, Star Trek: The Next Generation

Sold For: $576,000

6. George Lucas' Camera, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.

Sold For: $625,000

7. Ruby Slippers, The Wizard of Oz.

Sold For: $660,000

8. Lion Costume, The Wizard of Oz.

Sold For: $700,000

9. Aubrey Hepburn's Black Leather Dress, Breakfast at Tiffany's.

Sold For: $792,000

10. Flying Car, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

Sold For: $805,000

11. James Bond's Submarine Car, The Spy Who Loved Me.

Sold For: $860,000

12. Costumes from 'Do-Re-Mi' Scene, The Sound of Music.

Sold For: $1,560,000

13. James Bond's Aston Martin DB5, Goldfinger.

Sold For: $4,408,456

14. Aubrey Hepburn's Ascot Dress, My Fair Lady.

Sold For: $4,551,000

15. Marilyn Monroe's White Dress, The Seven Year Itch.

Sold For: $4,600,000



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