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    A Glenn Ford-Received Signed Letter from Toshiro Mifune, 1975. One page, on the actor's production company letterhead, typed, dated "Aug. 2 1975," reading in part "Dear Mr. Glenn Ford, I am honored to have been able to work for the film 'Midway;' signed in black felt tip ink in the lower right corner "Toshiro Mifune."
    11" x 8 1/2"

    Ford and Mifune both starred in this 1976 Universal film that boasted a stellar cast including Henry Fonda, Charlton Heston, James Coburn, Hal Holbrook, Robert Mitchum, Cliff Robertson, Robert Wagner, Dabney Coleman, Tom Selleck, Pat Morita, and even Erik Estrada!

    Included with a "Letter of Provenance" signed by Peter Ford, son of Glenn Ford.

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    March, 2013
    30th Saturday
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