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    A 'Women's Wardrobe' Continuity Script from "The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!" Paramount, 1988. Housed in an off-white binder, handwritten annotation in black felt-tip ink on cover reads "Police Squad / Women's Wardrobe," screenplay by Jerry Zucker, Jim Abrahams, David Zucker, and Pat Proft, dated "February 11, 1988," marked "Revised," 109 pages, with numerous colored script change pages throughout, with further additional pages having detailed, handwritten descriptions (in various colors of ballpoint ink or pencil) of each costume change for the female stars including Priscilla Presley and Jeanette Charles [who played "Queen Elizabeth II"] among others, with countless color Polaroid snapshots glued to pages showing the stars in their various costumes (with approximately 20 of Priscilla alone) -- overall, a comprehensive, behind-the-scenes look at this cult comedy.
    Binder: 12" x 11" x 2"

    This script was consigned directly to Heritage Auctions by Deahdra Scarano, one of the costumiers on the film (see previous two lots).

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    August, 2014
    23rd Saturday
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