John Saxon Photo Diary Book with Pics Signed by Bob Wall f...
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DescriptionJohn Saxon Photo Diary Book with Pics Signed by Bob Wall from Enter the Dragon (Warner Bros., 1973). Original hardcover booklet with gold gilt cloth and board cover reading, "Twelve Weeks in Hong Kong, a Photographic Diary, Limited Edition, By John Saxon". The book includes reminiscences and interviews with Saxon regarding his experience making Enter the Dragon as Roper with Bruce Lee. Also included are 5-10.25" x 6.75" color photographs of Lee from the production with 4-signed by photographer Bob Wall. Includes a numbered (1203) "AN Audience with John Saxon" booklet. The book's interior back cover flap that holds all the peripheral material is signed by John Saxon. Accompanied by a COA numbered, "0725." A small tear on the exterior back cover. In otherwise Very Good condition. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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