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    Errol Flynn Signed Contract and Telegrams. A two-page letter-document on MGM Radio Attractions letterhead dated March 12, 1952, signed by Flynn and MGM booking agent Leslie Peterson on the last page in black and blue ink, respectively. The agreement is in regards to Flynn's appearing in episodes of Modern Adventures of Casanova. Also included are two telegrams between Flynn and peterson relating to the document. Flynn's lifestyle had caused both his health and his career to deteriorate; shortly after this letter, a debt-ridden Flynn moved from Hollywood to Europe in a failed bid to revive his career. The documents are in Very Fine condition with the usual file and staple holes. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2007
    14th-15th Saturday-Sunday
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