Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills is hosting a public viewing of the unbelievable movie items up for auction at their annual Hollywood Legends event next month. The whopping 260 pages of museum quality (if Hollywood only had a museum quality museum) artifacts range from Marilyn Monroe’s prescription bottles to Humphrey Bogart’s gray wool fedora. Mind boggling rarities like Monroe’s false eyelashes and hair clippings saved by JFK’s barber share space with costumes from forgettable sci-fi epics and Lucille Ball’s 1980 Chrysler Town & Country station wagon. The auction company is hosting a free public preview through May 6th. I know that governing California was taxing on Arnold Schwarzenegger, but don’t mistake that prop from Terminator for the real thing.