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    A Cast and Crew Signed Script from "The Man in the Iron Mask." United Artists, 1939. With yellow covers, front cover annotated in pencil, screenplay by George Bruce, dated "February 27, 1939," marked "Final Continuity," approximately 150 pages, with numerous colored script change pages throughout, signed in black fountain pen ink on various pages throughout by cast and crew members such as director James Whale (who also added a telephone number), Montagu Love, Alan Hale, and Peter Cushing and many now-unknown crew members. (Please note the front cover is now loose and the whole script is yellowed and dog-eared due to age.)
    11" x 9" x 1"

    From the Book Sail / John McLaughlin Collection


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    Auction Dates
    March, 2013
    30th Saturday
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