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    A John Wayne Personally-Owned Script from "The Flying Leathernecks." RKO, 1951. Tan covers, screen play by Beirne Lay, Jr. and James Edward Grant, ownership signature (not in Wayne's hand) in pencil on top margin reads "Mr. John Wayne," dated "October 19, 1950," marked "Part I Revised Final Script," 114 pages, with numerous colored script change pages throughout.
    11" x 8 1/2"

    PROVENANCE:
    This script was originally sold in the Heritage Auctions auction titled "The Personal Property of John Wayne," Sale 7045, October 6-7, 2001, Lot 44391, final price realized was $3,000; included is the original 'Certificate of Authenticity' from that auction outlining how this piece was consigned by Ethan Wayne, John Wayne's youngest son.


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    Auction Dates
    April, 2014
    26th-27th Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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