Some of Yul Brynner's keep-sakes will go on the auction block next month in Paris. Included among the lots are Brynner's silk costumes he wore in The King and I for which earned him an Academy Award in 1957. The dazzling actor, who died of long cancer in 1985, will also have his 30 pipes and two cigarette cases on the auction block. Some of his other memorabilia to be auctioned off include the six shooters, throwing knives and black hat he wore in The Magnificent Seven.
--By Katia Lundy