CHICAGO (AP) — More than 2,000 pieces of movie memorabilia including costumes and props used by James Dean and the lightsaber wielded by Obi-Wan Kenobi in “Star Wars” are headed to the auction block.

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The auction house Profiles in History announced Thursday that the items, which include a practice chariot used during production of “Ben Hur,” the leather jacket worn by Arnold Schwarzenegger in the first “Terminator” film and a nightgown used by Olivia de Havilland during “Gone With the Wind” filming are among the sale items.

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The “Icons & Legends of Hollywood” auction is scheduled for June 5-8 in Los Angeles.

Profiles in History says it is also selling the Harley Davidson that Schwarzenegger rode during “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.” Numerous other pieces of sci-fi film memorabilia are included in the sale, including a spacesuit worn by Sigourney Weaver’s character in “Alien,” and the flamethrower she used in the sequel, “Aliens.”

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Several “Star Wars” pieces are also due to be sold, including a 46-inch tall model of the Death Star used in “Return of the Jedi” and models of C-3PO and Darth Vader created by effects house Industrial Light and Magic are also due to be sold.

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Star Trek costumes and props from several of franchise’s motion pictures are also included.

A tuxedo worn during filming of “Giant” is one of several Dean items also slated to be sold, as is a dress Elizabeth Taylor wore in the film.

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Some of the items for sale date back to film’s early era, including a suede loincloth worn by Johnny Weissmuller in the 1932 film “Tarzan the Ape Man.”

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It’s not just costumes and props from the movies. Television items will also be up for auction. One prop, a newspaper with the headline “J.R. Ewing Shot” from the television series “Dallas” will be for sale. It’s described as in “vintage good condition” and could fetch $1,500 to $2,500. Several of the auction’s marquee items will be on display in New York at The Society of Illustrators from May 15-19.

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