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When Carrie Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds passed away suddenly, they left a huge legacy of Hollywood history behind. An official announcement made on the Debbie Reynolds official website states:

OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
The Estate of Debbie Reynolds/Carrie Fisher – one of the largest collectors of movie memorabilia in the world. Warehouse liquidation of movie props, screen and stage worn costumes, shoes, hats, props and personally owned items. Items from some of the biggest names in Hollywood – Debbie Reynolds, Elizabeth Taylor, Carrie Fisher, Ann Taylor, Phyllis Diller, Peter Lawford, Jane Russell, June Allyson, Fred Astaire, Shirley MacLaine, Eleanor Powell, Liza Minnelli. Designer pieces by Bob Mackie, Ret Turner, Edith Head, Paco. Items from 20th century fox, Paramount and MGM studios. Estate portion of the Auction Proceeds to benefit UNLV Debbie Reynolds Preforming Arts Scholarship.
Auction will be Sunday, 11 February at McManus Auctions, 3864 Silvestri Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89120, 9AM.

Todd Fisher Debbie Reynolds son and Carrie’s brother said

“They have warehouses full of items from movie sets, other movie stars and of course, Star Wars memorabilia.

Debbie had a mandate. It started when she did the first auction, which was to find people that cared as much as she did and put it in their hands since she could no longer take care of all of it.

My mother was a fan. She was a little girl at the studios and she was enamored by the stars just like everybody else.

It’s why all the money made from auctioning these items is going towards the Debbie Reynolds Performing Arts Scholarship at UNLV.

Carrie and Debbie left amazing things in their work, in their writings, in their movies, all the things they did, pictures, a lot of things. But this is just a really unique little way to keep her alive and to help find that next Debbie Reynolds, that next Carrie Fisher.

It’s why she spent so much of her career giving back to countless charities,” Fisher said, “One of those charities was UNLV and Debbie felt connected to Las Vegas, connected to this university.

The lots are available for preview online now, via the official Debbie Reynolds website or Mcmanus Auctions website.

We at Fantha tracks had a look through the lots and found famous Hollywood props and costumes from a range of films including Bridge On The River Kwai, Ben Hur and Planet of the Apes.

It was the Star Wars lots that are of great interest to us, here are some of the highlights;

Sealed Scripts

A range of action Figures and carry cases including;

Comics and original Helix stationary sets

 

Finally we found random stuff you can imagine Carrie had collected over the years these include;

The auction is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 11 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Las Vegas, people can prebid online or on the day in person or online at the auction house off Silverstri Lane in Las Vegas, all the money made from auctioning these items is going towards the Debbie Reynolds Performing Arts Scholarship at UNLV.