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    Irving Thalberg and Ray Miland Signed Document. Featured is a 15-page agreement, dated August 22, 1931, between actor Ray Miland and MGM, employing Miland. It reads, in part: "The producer hereby employs and engages the artist to render his exclusive services as an actor for and during the term of this agreement ... the artist agrees that he will act, pose, and appear solely and exclusively for and as requested by the producer in such roles and in such photoplays as the producer may delegate." It also stipulates that, unless period costumes are required, Miland will provide his own wardrobe. The agreement was for a period of six months at $250 per week, with subsequent periods and salaries detailed. Signed by Irving Thalberg as Vice President and "R. Miland" and "Raymond Alton Miland" at the bottom of page 15. In fine condition, with scattered faint creasing and a paper clip impression on the last page. With COA from PSA/DNA.

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