Pelé’s shirt from the movie "Escape to Victory"
Autographed by Pelè and other movie actors.
In 1981, John Huston directed what is perhaps the most famous football movie. “Escape to Victory” is loosely based on a real event (a 1942 match played in Ukraine between Luftwaffe pilots and a mix of Dynamo and Lokomotiv) and stars many football champions (Ardiles, Bobby Moore) and Pelè, who, in addition to John Wark (Sco), Mike Summerbee (Ingh) and Kevin O'Callaghan (Irl), has signed the jersey worn during the movie.
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