Five really expensive film props

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Dorothy's famous blue and white dress from The Wizard of Oz has just been sold at auction for £1 million.

But it's not the first movie prop that's been sold for a lot of money. Here's Newsround's top of the props.

1. James Bond's car

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Complete with revolving licence plates, an ejector seat and bullet proof shields, James Bond's car sold for £2.6 million in 2010. The Aston Martin DB5 featured in the film Goldfinger.

2. Willy Wonka's Golden Ticket

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An original golden ticket from the 1971 film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate factory sold for around £18,000 in 2012. The ticket is printed with the words "in your wildest dreams you could not image the marvellous surprise that await you".

3. Katnis's leather jacket

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It might be quite a new film, but Hunger Games fans are just as keen to get their hands on props. Katniss's leather hunting jacket sold for around £5,000.

4. The Sound of Music costumes

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The famous outfits made from curtains in The Sound of Music sold for over £1 million. The Von Trapp children wear the outfits when they sing the song 'Do Re Mi' in the film.

5. Ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz

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Dorothy's dress might have been worth a million, but her ruby slippers were pricey too. These slippers from The Wizard of Oz were sold for around £400,000.