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    Thomas Mitchell "Gone With the Wind" Loan-Out Agreement. 1939 was arguably the greatest year of the Movies, and Thomas Mitchell was the year's top character actor, winning the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award for Stagecoach and landing the plum role of Scarlett O'Hara's descending-into-madness father in Gone With the Wind. This two-page contract dated January 26, 1939, between Columbia Pictures and Selznick International Pictures, agrees to loan-out Mitchell for the role of "Gerald O'Hara" in the Civil War epic. The contract is signed by secretary Daniel T. O'Shea on the last page in black ink. In very Fine condition with light tanning and creasing, and a paperclip indentation to the upper left corner. Also included is a b&w 8" x 10" still of Mitchell in the film.Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    April, 2007
    14th-15th Saturday-Sunday
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