Today is the final installment of my round-up of the movie costumes and props on display at Universal Studios Hollywood.
So far we've seen memorabilia from classic movies such as Back to the Future, Psycho, E.T., Apollo 13, The Mummy, Bridget Jones's Diary, and recent hit films like Mamma Mia and Frost/Nixon, along with stop-motion animation models from Coraline and much more.
Here are some costumes from the 1970's inspired movie MILK set in San Francisco.
Sean Penn won the Oscar for Best Actor in a Leading Role at the 81st Annual Academy Awards for his portrayal of Harvey Milk, in this biopic of the assassination of the ground-breaking gay rights activist.
The outfit on the left below is worn by James Franco as Harvey Milk's gay lover Scott Smith, and on the right are the clothes worn by Emile Hirsch as young gay campaigner Cleve Jones.
Here are a selection of mythical creature models and animatronic masks from Guillermo del Toro's fantastical Hellboy II - The Golden Army. Below is the head of cave troll, Mr. Wink.
This deceptively cute little critter is a Tooth Fairy, who looks so innocent, but in the movie is part of a ravenous swarm of tooth fairies, in a twisted take on this mythological character.
This animatronic creature head below is a Tadpole Vendor from the film's imaginatively bizarre 'Troll Market'.
Finally, this is Hellboy's 'Big Baby' gun. Luckily Ron Perlman, who plays Hellboy, is a strong guy and able to comfortably wield this impressive weapon.
Above is the motorcycle and sidecar driven by George Clooney in the 1920's romantic comedy football movie Leatherheads.
This is the Roman gladiatorial costume worn by Russell Crowe as Maximus in Ridley Scott's Gladiator movie.
The intricate dress and robe below is Connie Nielsen's costume for her character, Lucilla, the love interest for Maximus in the movie.
Elizabeth - The Golden Age
This beautifully ornate dress is a period costume from Elizabeth - The Golden Age.
War of the Worlds
These final pictures are from the original plane crash set in Steven Spielberg's 2005 War of the Worlds remake, starring Tom Cruise and Dakota Fanning.
The wreckage is from an actual airplane and apparently cost millions of dollars to recreate and can be found on the Universal Studios behind-the-scenes Tour.
And there you have some of the wealth of movie memorabilia on display at Universal Studios Hollywood. Are you as surprised as I was?
I was just expecting a theme park with some fun rides, but discovered much more.
It's well worth the visit and now that I have my Annual Pass I'm sure I'll be returning soon to check out more Hollywood movie secrets...