Fans of late movie icon James Dean have been given a rare opportunity to own a piece of the star's history - the stage boards he first tread on are up for sale.
The owners of the now-closed Fairmount High School in Indiana are selling off the building's stage in the hope an avid Dean devotee will pay big bucks for the place the legendary actor first performed.
The company plans to knock down the derelict school after the stage is sold.
A price tag for the stage has not been confirmed.
The Rebel Without A Cause star graduated from the high school in 1949, and died six years later, aged 24, after a car crash in California.