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    Ten Tall Men Original Leather Bound Final Draft Presentation Film Screenplay Illustrated With Film Stills (1951). 9" x 11", 131 pages with photocopied typescript on the rectos only. Bound in blue leather by Ronnie Gousman with titles and rules stamped in gilt on the front board and spine. This copy with twenty-one 7.5" x 10" black-and-white publicity stills from the film mounted on pages throughout the text. Screenplay by Roland Kibbee and Frank Davis. The title page is marked "FINAL DRAFT / March 16, 1951" but there are several inserted revised pages dating to April 23, 1951. The consignor provides verbal provenance that this is Burt Lancaster's personal script, but no presentation or ownership markings are present. Excellent condition. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    March, 2019
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
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