Props and costumes from two movies of famed actor Charlton Heston go up for auction. A pair of the fake granite tablets from the 1966 epic, THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, is expected to bring in as much as $60,000. And, the costume that Heston wore in BEN-HUR is also among the collection of memorabilia to be sold. This costume is the one that Heston wore when his character Judah Ben-Hur hears a sermon from Jesus. These items can remind us of not only the legacy of a good man like Charlton Heston, but also remind us that these movies filled with biblical truth continue to hold value.
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