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    A James Stewart Autographed "Harvey" Sketch. One of James Stewart's most endearing performances was as Elwood P. Dowd, loyal and believing friend to "Harvey" (1950). Here's the giant rabbit himself, as drawn by Stewart in black felt tip, inscribed "Harvey" and signed by the actor near the bottom in blue felt tip. Excellent condition. Requires third party shipping.
    Image Only: 4" x 7.75"; Matted and Framed: 9.5" x 13.5"


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    December, 2011
    13th Tuesday
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