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    A Large Collection of Architectural Drawings of Sets from the Alfred Hitchcock Film "Torn Curtain." Universal, 1966. Approximately 50, all rendered in pencil on onionskin, all folded numerous times, all highly detailed professional architectural drawings of the various sets from the film, each specifically labeled such as "Brownstone / New York Street / Museum Room I / Int. Farm Kitchen / Interrogation Rm / Ext Restaurant / East Berlin St" and "Lindt's Priviate Work Rm" among others, all noting various dates from 1965 to 1966 when the film was in pre-production, all with copious notes, exact measurements, and other specifications about every last detail; amazing to see the exhaustive amount of work that went into creating each set of this thriller by the master, Alfred Hitchcock, which starred Paul Newman and Julie Andrews.
    All Approximately: 44 x 41" (though some are smaller or larger)


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    Auction Dates
    April, 2015
    18th-19th Saturday-Sunday
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