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    A George Bessolo Signed Contract from Selznick International Pictures, Inc., 1939. Fifteen pages, typed, dated "January 25, 1939," outlining the extensive agreement the actor had with SIP, Inc. which included his role of "Brent Tarleton" in "Gone With The Wind" (though the film's title or that actual role is not specifically spelled out in the pages), Bessolo received "Fifty Dollars ($50.00) per week" for his work and he further agreed to "keep producer advised / at all times where he may be located.../ current address of Artist (being) 1447 N. Michigan / Pasadena, Calif. / (and) ...Artist shall be subject to Producer's / call at all times;" signed in black fountain pen ink on the last page "George Bessolo" and by a studio executive.
    11" x 8 1/2"

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