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Judy Garland (left) is the sort of star to inspire eternal devotion, and if your passion is matched by a stratospheric credit limit you could own a unique piece of memorabilia. A master-tape film of her last-ever concert has turned up and is expected to make anything up to £15,000 when it goes under the hammer at Bonham's on Tuesday. She is captured on the 45-minute tape performing on stage, and also duetting in her dressing room with the singer Johnnie Ray, at a theatre in Denmark shortly before her death in 1969. Remember, though, for that much dosh, you'd better duplicate it and store the original in a lead-lined vault before you wear out the copy in a few days. Also available in Bonham's entertainment sale is a pair of purple gloves and handkerchiefs worn by Jack Nicholson in Batman (yum), and an original mint-condition poster for Marlene Dietrich's 1930 film The Blue Angel, which could fetch something like £4,000.