(Gardena) Who has never dreamed of being a frenzied disco star, like John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever? For all those who would like to realize this fantasy, the famous costume worn by the actor in the film will be auctioned.

Unforgettable, these three pieces of polyester will go to the highest bidder at an event organized in California on April 22 and 23. Enough to allow the future buyer to ignite the dance floor – provided you do not get too close to a real flame.

With his pie server collar shirt, in which Travolta has captured many hearts, this suit is the centerpiece of the “Hollywood: Classic and Contemporary” collection, put under the hammer by Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills.

“When we talk about disco, we think of Saturday Night Fever, we think of the Bee Gees, we think of John Travolta,” observes Martin Nolan, managing director of this auction house.

The costume, with its high waist, its bell bottom pants, allows you to go back in time, to the time when Staying Alive was a hit on all the turntables. The story doesn’t say if it immediately imparts the same sexiness as its illustrious wearer, but it should still snag around $200,000.

Like the voice of Bee Gees singer Barry Gibb, the final price could go even higher, according to Nolan.

This costume is one of over 1400 items offered at this auction, from famous films of the past 100 years.

Other items that are sure to pique interest include Charlie Chaplin’s cane, the hoverboard from Back to the Future III, and the original headdress worn by Theda Bara in the 1917 film Cleopatra.

Harry Potter fans will also be able to bid on various accessories and wands from the saga. Costumes from the John Wick, Batman, Iron Man and Star Wars franchises are also for sale.