Bob Hope

  • Signed Leroy Neiman Print

    Published 08/09/13 in Houses
    Signed Leroy Neiman Print

    Since Bob Hope was such a golf enthusiast, of course he would have a signed Leroy Neiman print depicting his favorite sport. This one is called 16th at Cypress and is a 1982 limited-edition color…   See the Image

  • Bob Hope Played Here

    Published 08/09/13 in Houses
    Bob Hope Played Here

    Bob Hope could have either played this piano, or flicked a switch so it could play itself. It's an ebonized Yamaha C2 Grand Piano fitted with a Yamaha Disklavier Control Unit and comes with a padded…   See the Image

  • Bob Hope's Antique Bureau Cabinet

    Since this George I Japanned Parcel-Gilt Bureau Cabinet is an antique, it's estimated to go for $50,000-$70,000. The upper case has a fitted interior, mirrored exterior doors and a double domed crest…   See the Image

  • Bob Hope's Designer Desk

    Published 08/09/13 in Houses
    Bob Hope's Designer Desk

    This Karl Springer-style executive desk was the centerpiece of Mr. Hope's Palm Springs office. It consists of three parts made of lacquered vellum with python accent, and has rolling side drawers and…   See the Image

  • Antique Viennese Enamel Ewer and Charger

    This is a late-19th-century Viennese enamel ewer and charger with multiple hand-painted panels of Classical and Mythological figures, inset into highly decorated metal mounts. It's not everyone's cup…   See the Image

  • Bob Hope Slept Here

    Published 08/09/13 in Houses
    Bob Hope Slept Here

    This Italianate Baroque-style "Tester Bed" with a button-tufted upholstered headboard will accommodate a modern, full-sized mattress. It's expected to go for between $1,800 - $2,500.   See the Image

  • Bob and Dolores Hope's Furnishings to Be Auctioned

    All sorts of iconic items from the Toluca Lake and Palm Springs homes of Dolores and Bob Hope will be sold to the highest bidders by Julien's Auctions in September. Lots include Hollywood, political…   See the Image

  • Hope Lautner House

    Published 04/05/13 in Celebrity
    Hope Lautner House

    A 23,000-square-foot house needs an impressive entrance, and architect John Lautner's design for legendary comedian Bob Hope's cavernous six-bedroom, 10-bath California home definitely makes a good…   See the Image

  • Hope Lautner House

    Legendary comedian Bob Hope's theme song was "Thanks for the Memories," and this palatial Palm Springs home was the site of some of his fondest recollections. Designed in 1973 by famed architect…   Read the Blog

  • Front Facade: Hope Lautner House

    Look inside the legendary comedian's former residence, designed by famed architect John Lautner.   See the Gallery