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Mark Wahlberg’s prop from ‘Boogie Nights’ and its whereabouts

HollywoodNews.com: Do you remember how gifted Mark Wahlberg’s character Dirk Diggler was in 1997’s “Boogie Nights”?

Do you remember what he was biologically known for? Well, as a keepsake from his work on that film, Wahlberg confesses that he kept the prosthetic 13 inch penis; which is exposed in the film’s finale.

“Boogie Nights” chronicled the rise of porn star Diggler during the ‘70s/‘80s X-rated movie scene.

“I used to keep it in my desk drawer,” quips Wahlberg about the prop to The Sun, “And I’d take it out and slap my friends in the face with it.

“I don’t keep many things from my movies, but that just seemed to have personal significance.”

“Boogie Nights” was the second feature by director Paul Thomas Anderson and was nominated for three Oscars: best original screenplay, best supporting actor (Burt Reynolds) and best supporting actress (Julianne Moore).

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