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    A Gregory Peck Military Shirt from "Captain Newman, M.D." Universal, 1963. Tan-colored cotton, long sleeves, seven button front closure, professionally restored military shoulder patch and two collar insignias identical to those seen in the film, label reads "Machin / Shirtmaker / Los Angeles / GP" [Gregory Peck]; worn by the star as he portrayed the title character in the film that co-starred A-listers including Tony Curtis, Angie Dickinson, Eddie Albert, Robert Duvall, Jane Withers, Dick Sargent, Larry Storch, and Bobby Darrin who was nominated for a 'Best Actor in a Supporting Role' Oscar though he lost out to Melvyn Douglas in "Hud."

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    August, 2014
    23rd Saturday
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