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    A Steve McQueen Owned Script from "Soldier in the Rain." Allied Artists, 1963. Leather-bound by California Bookbinding, with the film's title and "Steve McQueen" gold-stamped on the cover, and "1963" gold-stamped on the spine, screenplay by Maurice Richlin and Blake Edwards; 129 pages, with numerous colored revision pages and handwritten annotations throughout; from the personal collection of screen icon Steve McQueen, who co-starred in the sleeper hit with comedy legend Jackie Gleason; McQueen plays loveable Sgt. Eustis Clay, while Gleason portrays military lifer Master Sgt. Maxwell Slaughter. (Please note there is light toning to the scripts interior pages.)
    11" x 8 1/2" x 1"


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    March, 2017
    18th Saturday
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