Memorabilia from “Cabaret” attracted some of the fiercest bidding.
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Liza Minnelli's signature "Cabaret" bowler hat, boots and halter top vest fetched $81,250 at a Los Angeles auction.Her hand-annotated shooting script for the 1972 movie had sold for $15,000, organizers Profiles in History said Wednesday.The three-day "Love, Liza" auction in Los Angeles, coming from the vast personal collection of the actress and singer, raised over $1.2 million, with some items selling for more than triple their presale estimates.Minnelli, 72, said earlier this year that she wanted to downsize her life and sell off the collection she had amassed over decades and kept in more than six locations.
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