Alien Resurrection

Christie (Gary Dourdan) Costume

Stock #70828

”Wow, man. So, like, what did you do?" "I died.”

A coat and waistcoat worn by Christie (Gary Dourdan) in Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s 1997 science fiction sequel, Alien Resurrection.

Two hundred years after her death, Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) awakens to find she has been cloned and begins to develop alien characteristics. Ripley along with a crew of smugglers must escape the perilous ship and she must decide who she is in order to save humanity again.

Christie, Betty captain Frank Elgyn’s (Michael Wincott) right-hand man, wore his costume in scenes near the beginning of the film - most notably when the Betty crew tried to outpower Ripley as she played with a basketball. Christie’s waistcoat appears throughout the film.

The coat is made from a khaki rigid canvas with green netting sections under the sleeves and on the front pockets. Large metal eyelets and wooden toggles feature as decoration, and green cord loops are attached down the left front side and at the pockets. Made from a brown textured fabric, the waistcoat features padding with vertical stitching. The front features two pockets at the bottom and a curved pocket on the right breast, all edged with brown bias binding. The back of the waistcoat is slightly longer and curved. This set includes a sheet with printed images taken on set of Dourdan in the costume with reference notes at the side of each.

The coat has been intentionally distressed to give it a rugged appearance with markings and various stitching to repair tears, while the waistcoat has some paint markings on the back. The set remains in very good production-used condition.

Materials: Man-Made Woven Fibres, Ferrous Metals.

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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