| This costume was worn by character “John Smith” portrayed by Bruce Willis in the 1996 motion picture “Last Man Standing”, co-starring Christopher Walken and Bruce Dern. These garments were custom made for Mr. Willis and consist of an 1930’s navy suit jacket with black and white broken pinstripe, notch lapel, welt breast pocket, two lower flap pockets, three button closure, matching vest with two upper and two lower welt pockets and six button closure. Internal Western Costume labels with "25228-I, Bruce Willis, 40, 3I 1/2", "24I68-I, Bruce Willis, 40, 3I 1/2" clearly typed in black ink. The cotton button down dress shirt is cream, white and taupe with diagonal stripes and breaks. Internal Anto label with "BW Sept. 1995" sewn into the collar. Tie has been added for display purposes only and is not included with the sale of this item.
Mr. Willis wears this costume in multiple scenes throughout the film, most notably when he kills Doyle’s guards and rescues “Felina” (Karina Lombard). “Last Man Standing” revolves around drifting gunslinger John Smith, who arrives in a small town in Texas during the Prohibition era that has been overrun by an ongoing gang war.
This costume was acquired direct from the “Collection of Bruce Willis”, and is in excellent screen worn condition. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity.
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