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    Marlon Brando Signed Letter - English Version. A single-page photocopy of a letter dated October 1, 1971, and signed by Brando in blue felt tip. This is the original, English-language version of the letter of introduction for architect Bernard Judge, who assisted Brando with development on the Tahitian island of Tetiaroa. Addressed to Territorial Governor Pierre Angeli, it reads in part: "This will introduce Mr. Bernard Judge, AIA, of Los Angeles, California, who will present to you on my behalf the Master Plan for the development of Tetiaroa." The letter is in Excellent condition with binder holes punched in the top edge and some very minor overall wear. From the collection of Marlon Brando. Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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