Two legends leave behind a huge piece of their legacy in Las Vegas, some of which you can buy.
Todd Fisher lost his mother and sister, Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, all in the same year. However, it's easy for him to see his family whenever he wants.
"That's a little unusual. Some people run home movies, you know I run elaborate home movies as my home movies," said Fisher.
Fisher moved his studio from North Hollywood to Las Vegas. Now he's auctioning some of the family's stuff to the fans.
"There is a very personal side to it, but you know what Debbie and Carrie had a big extended family and those people, their fans, are my family," said Fisher.
There are boxes and shelves of things that haven't yet made it to the auction house, but there are also things Fisher hasn't even had time to go through. They're still adding things to the auction block.
"There are going to be surprises because I don't even know everything at this moment. We still unearth things every day," said Fisher.
Some stuff you will definitely have a shot at:
- signed albums
- handmade scrapbooks
- prop furniture
- costume pieces
Fans could take something home that once lit up a strip stage.
The auction will be held Feb. 11 at 10:00 a.m. and you can bid online or in person.