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    Judy Garland Signed Contract. Eleven-page employment agreement, dated January 4, 1961, with Roxlom Films for "her services as an Actress in the role of 'Irene Hoffman' in the motion-picture photoplay tentatively entitled 'Judgment at Nuremberg.' " Her salary was set at $35,000 for two weeks and "if the time elapsing between the Commencement Date and the completion of Artist's services ... shall exceed 2 consecutive weeks", Garland was to be paid $3,500 "per day for each full day of such excess". Also signed by producer Stanley Kramer. Garland was nominated for the 1962 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the movie. The document is creased with the standard staple holes to the upper left corner and binder holes at the top. Page nine is missing, but overall, the item is in fine condition. With COA from PSA/DNA.

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