Fans of Academy Award winner Robert De Niro can check out some of his most famous costumes -- without heading for Hollywood.
Thirteen costumes worn by De Niro are on display -- through April first -- at the main entrance of the University of Texas Co-Op in Austin.
De Niro last year donated his collection of film-related materials - scripts, costumes and correspondence - to the cultural archive at UT's Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center.
The current display is called: "Robert De Niro in Costume: Selections From the Archive."
The exhibit features costumes from films ranging from "Raging Bull" to "Backdraft" to "Meet the Fockers."
The items went on display this week.
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