The last time I visited Universal Studios Hollywood's costume and prop archive exhibit was back in April earlier this year and I'm glad I waited this long to return as even though there are lots of new artifacts on display, there were many authentic costumes, props and models I'd seen before.
If you're a fan of the hardest working man in show business, be sure to also check out this preacher costume worn by the actual James Brown in The Blues Brothers that was previously on display at this ever-changing exhibit.
If you're a fan of the series which ran for eight seasons until earlier this year, be sure to also check out these original costumes worn by James Roday and Dulé Hill in Psych.
This is the outfit the actor wore in the fifth season episode 'Company Picnic' and the fun 'Chore Wheel' prop from the season nine episode, 'Roy's Wedding'.
If you're a fan of the faux documentary comedy series, be sure to also check out these other costumes and props that featured in The Office on display on previous visits.
Stay tuned for even more new cinematic and televisual finds from my visit on October 9, 2014, including:
Original movie costumes from 47 Ronin
Mary Tyler Moore's dress from 1967's Throughly Modern Millie
Russell Crowe's boxing outfit from Cinderella Man
Film costume and props used by Jennifer Lopez in Out Of Sight
Tim Roth's movie costume from The Musketeer
Plus don't forget to check out all these stop-motion animation concept sketches, puppets and sets from The Boxtrolls which were also showcased at the NBC Universal Experience exhibit.
And if you do visit the L.A. theme park don't forget to stop by in between riding all the simulators and rollercoasters and enjoy all these fantastic bits of history from the world of cinema and TV on display.