Charlie Sheen "Major League II" Screen-Worn Indians "Wild Thing" Jersey w/Wardrober LOA
Screen-used Cleveland Indians home jersey actually worn by star Charlie Sheen in the 1994 production of "Major League II," reprising his role as bad-boy pitching sensation Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn. It's sourced directly from specialty wardrober SportsRobe, (aka A.I.S.), of Culver City, CA, the exclusive maker of all uniforms for both films as well as countless other sports-related productions, including *61 and The Express.
Displays all correct specs and identifiers and was never licensed to retail or made available for signings, promotions, etc. Unlike various knock-offs from Major League I and II, this screen-worn garment features heavy red, white & blue spandex braiding on shoulder seams and sides, with classic "INDIANS" sewn-on front in bold red/blue double-tackle twill with "VAUGHN" and "99" sewn on reverse in same format. Vaughn's number "99" is also sewn on front in red block font. Original "[size] 46" flap tag is pinned in neck. It displays subtle but obvious use and wear by Sheen and a DVD of the film will provide an unlimited amount of photo-matches for additional provenance and impressive display options.
A letter from super-collector and film-worn specialist John Kanuit on behalf of SportsRobe is included.
Sportsrobe Letter, Letter From Original Owner
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