HERO COCHISE VEST WORN BY David Harris
David Harris signature vest worn as “Cochise” in The Warriors. Light brown synthetic leather vest with black trim in a geometric pattern, lined in polyester and handwritten in black ink near the maker’s label (East Gate), “Cochese”. Worn by Cochise, the soldier who dresses in Native American Indian accoutrements and who successfully makes it back to Coney Island with his Warrior brethren. The vest is the only one known to have survived the production with the original embroidered insignia patches intact on the back – the stylized Warriors logo and winged-skull symbol. The other vests from the production had their patches removed and were put back into general use for Paramount productions. Authentication paperwork traces the only known survivor vest directly back to the Paramount Wardrobe department where it was aquired by 'The Golden Closet'.
SCREEN USED FURIES BASEBALL BAT
Late 1960s Louisville Slugger baseball bat screen used by a member of the Furies gang in The Warriors brawl. A Mickey Mantle 125 Hillerich & Bradsby Powerized. Some marks and knicks but overall excellent condition. Marked 'PAR' on the base of the bat in sharpie. Obtained directly from Paramount studios prop department.
HERO FURIES MLB JERSEY
White with black pinstripes MLB Jersey. Complete with yellow and black embroidered patch stiched to back that reads "Furies". Black marker written on the interior of the jersey reads PAR along with the initials B.H.
THE WARRIORS FULLY SIGNED ONE SHEET POSTER