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    Humphrey Bogart Signed Document. A two-page, typed document, dated February 1942, in which Bogart consents to Red Skelton's doing a Bogart impression in the musical comedy "Ship Ahoy," which also featured Eleanor Powell, Bert Lahr, and Nestor Paiva, as well as jazz drummer Buddy Rich and Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra (with a 6-year-old Frank Sinatra in an uncredited role as a band singer) as themselves. The document is signed by Bogart on the last page and is in fine condition with staple holes at upper left and right corners and a light paper clip impression at the upper left margin. With COA from PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2005
    21st-22nd Thursday-Friday
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