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    A Rita Hayworth Personally-Owned and Signed Script from "Tonight and Every Night." Columbia, 1945. With grayish covers, no authorship noted, dated "May 22, 1944," marked "Revised Final Draft," 106 pages, with the character "Rosalind" [Hayworth's role] circled in red pencil throughout and those pages dog-eared, signed in red pencil in the left corner of the cover "Rita Hayworth;" included with a short typed note on the star's personalized notepaper, dated "January 22, 1945," reading in part "Dear Mr. Rosensteel: / ...I am enclosing / the script I used on my last / picture," signed in blue fountain pen ink "Rita Hayworth;" included with the original transmittal envelope showing the star's Beverly Hills return address. (Please note the original paperclip is still affixed to the notepaper and has left a rust stain.)
    11" x 9" and smaller

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2012
    24th Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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