See Which Piece of Movie History You Can Own in This Hollywood Auction

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A treasure trove of amazing props, cars and more from some of Hollywood biggest films is hitting the auction block, giving you a chance to own the collectibles June 2018.
The animatronic head of Tom Cruise, who played Lestat in the 1994 favorite "Interview With a Vampire," is up for grabs. The head was used when Kirsten Dunst's character slits Lestat's throat. It's constructed with glass eyes, internal fangs, sculpted cut throat and theatrical blood. The "skin" is affixed over an internal animatronic armature that could be operated remotely. It's going for $2,000 - $3,000.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Harley-Davidson motorcycle from "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" is estimated to sell between $200,000–$300,000.
Helen Hayes's "Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna" dress from the 1956 film "Anastasia" is starting at $800. The vintage, original long black lace dress with purple nylon interior lining has ribbing throughout the bodice.
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Charlton Heston's chariot from "Ben-Hur" is estimated to sell between $120,000–$150,000.
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Elizabeth Taylor's "Cleopatra" headdress from the 1963 film is starting at $1,000. The headdress is made of off-white wool and embroidered with gold bullion thread.
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The starting bid for a vintage sphinx prop from the 1963 film "Cleopatra" is $4,000.
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Jean Simmons' "Varinia" dress from the 1960 film "Spartacus" is in good condition, with starting bids at $3,000.
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The classic Dodge from the 1963 Disney film "Son of Flubber" is going for $8,000–$12,000.
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The "Pinhead" bust from the 1996 film "Hellraiser: Bloodline" starts at $2,000.
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Bidding for Sean Connery's James Bond miniature flare gun from 1965's "Thunderball" is starting at $12,000.
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Bidding starts at $2,000 for Leatherface's chainsaw prop from the 1986 film "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2."
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Ten photographs of Shirley Temple from the 1937 film "Heidi" are 8x10 inches and are going for $200–$300.
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A "Sonny and Cher" caricature light globe from "The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour," which aired on CBS from 1971 to 1974, was actually part of the stage decor. This one's going for $400–$600.
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A “Death Star” model from "Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi" is estimated to sell between $150,000–$250,000.
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This is a "Black Beauty" replica from ABC's 1966 "The Green Hornet" series. This vintage 1966 black Imperial Crown, measuring 235x77 inches and customized to replicate the original car used in the show, is between $8,000–$12,000.
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Deborah Kerr's snood from the 1956 Turner Classic Film "The King and I" is said to be in very good condition and is starting at $400.
Slider's flight helmet from the 1986 Paramount film "Top Gun" is starting at $4,000.
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Another view of Slider's flight helmet from the 1986 Paramount film "Top Gun."
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Seven "The Wizard of Oz" special portrait photographs, from the 1939 MGM film, are starting at $200.
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An Industrial Light and Magic life-size “Darth Vader” figure from "Star Wars" is estimated to sell between $60,000–$80,000.
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