Charlie Chaplin's cane sells for US$91,800
A bamboo cane that Charlie Chaplin used in the classic 1930s spoof "Modern Times" sold for US$91,800 at a sale of movie memorabilia.
Christie's didn't release the buyer's identity.
Two prop mustaches Chaplin wore in "The Great Dictator" fetched US$23,000 and US$34,300 at Tuesday's auction.
The Planet Hollywood restaurant chain bought a moon buggy used in the 1971 James Bond film, "Diamonds Are Forever," for US$45,900.
"We're very excited to get this important piece and will be driving it straight back, where it's going to our new Las Vegas casino," said Planet Hollywood chairman Robert Earl.
Also on Tuesday, a signed 1982 photo showing the members of the band U2 looking pensive in a grassy field sold for US$15,960 at an auction in Dublin, Ireland.
"We are delighted with the price. It has more than exceeded expectations," said the James Adam & Sons auction house in Dublin, the band's hometown.
The black-and-white picture, taken by Dutch photographer Anton Corbijn, had been expected to fetch between US$8,000 and US$13,000.
Corbijn took the cover pictures for some of U2's biggest albums, including "The Joshua Tree" and "Achtung Baby."
The picture sold in Dublin shows Bono in a wide-brimmed black hat staring sideways while the other band members stand behind him, gazing straight ahead.