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    A Script from the Alfred Hitchcock Film "Lifeboat." 20th Century Fox, 1944. Mint green covers, screenplay by Jo Swerling, dated "June 17, 1943," marked "Temporary," covers are recycled ones from "Springtime in the Rockies" due to WWII rationing, front cover further stamped in red ink "Less shooting here means more / shooting over there - save film!" perforated receipt portion from first page still intact and signed for in black fountain pen ink by an "Eddie Freimann," 154 pages; nice piece from the multiple Oscar-nominated film starring Tallulah Bankhead, William Bendix, and Hume Cronyn. (Please note the covers are creased and wrinkled and the edges are somewhat torn; interior pages still sturdy and intact.)
    11" x 9"


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    November, 2017
    11th Saturday
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