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    Al Pacino Signed Bobby Deerfield Soundtrack Vinyl LP With Folded Poster (Casablanca, NBLP 7071). A copy of the Bobby Deerfield soundtrack signed by the screen legend with a blue felt tip. The 1977 film was directed by Sydney Pollack and the soundtrack was composed and conducted by Dave Grusin. It was the film Pacino starred in after Dog Day Afternoon and before . . . And Justice for All. Pacino was nominated for Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Motion Picture Drama. In Good condition with edge wear throughout, corner bumping, a large promo cut in the upper right corner of the album jacket. Includes movie poster folded in the jacket. Comes with a sticker of authenticity from Beckett, attached to the bottom right corner. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2019
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
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