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    A José Ferrer Group of Film Scripts, 1950s-1960s.
    Three total including: 1) "Moulin Rouge," United Artists, 1952, green leather binding, embossed on the cover "Moulin Rouge" and on the spine "Jose Ferrer," screenplay by John Huston and Anthony Veiller, dated "5.6.62," 79 pages, from the film that garnered Ferrer a 'Best Actor in a Leading Role' Oscar nomination for his portrayal of "Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec;" 2) "Lawrence of Arabia," Columbia, 1962, black leather binding, embossed on the cover "Lawrence of Arabia / J.V.F." [José Vicente Ferrer], no authorship noted, not dated, approximately 300 pages, seeming to be a film treatment from the classic where Ferrer portrayed "Turkish Bey;" and 3) "Nine Hours to Rama," 20th Century Fox, black leather binding, embossed on the cover "Nine Hours to Rama" and "J.V.F.," screenplay by Nelson Gidding, not dated, marked "First Revised Screenplay," 144 pages, from the film about Gandhi's assassin where Ferrer portrayed "Gopal Das."
    All Approximately: 11" x 9" x 2"

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    April, 2014
    26th-27th Saturday-Sunday
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