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    Gummo and Groucho Marx Signed Agreement. A two-page document on NBC letterhead, dated September 27, 1956, and signed by both Gummo and Groucho Marx. The agreement settles a pay dispute involving an unaired episode of The Best of Groucho. Gummo left the Marx Brothers during their early vaudeville days when he was drafted during World War I, and the presence of his signature along with Groucho's makes for a very desirable piece. In Fine condition with mild tanning, wrinkling, and tearing to the edges, along with the usual staple and binder holes.Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2007
    14th-15th Saturday-Sunday
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