Actresses Donate Shoes to Auction
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) _ Shoes donated by Bette Midler, Bridget Fonda and Laurence Fishburne are being auctioned on the Internet to benefit the homeless.
San Francisco-based Zappos.com, an Internet-only shoe store, is conducting the auction to benefit the St. Anthony Foundation.
Brook Schaaf of Zappos said the auction, which ends Sept. 15, may generate ``from $500 to the sky is the limit.″
Fonda’s burgundy high-heels are from 1992′s ``Single White Female.″ Midler donated black pumps from last year’s ``Isn’t She Great.″ Fishburne contributed sneakers he wore while training for a sequel to the 1999 hit movie ``The Matrix.″
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