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    Gorgo (7) original color scene concepts paintings. (MGM, 1961) Collection of (7) color concept paintings accomplished in pencil, gouache and ink and multimedia on 20 x 15 in. artists' board with an image size ranging from 1.75 x 2.75 in. to 18 x 9.5 in. Beautiful renderings, all depicting the monster destroying famous landmarks in European cities including London Bridge, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame, and others. Some with handwritten captions below art. All retain King Bros. production inkstamps on the verso including "See Gorgo it's alive in new Automotion". All signed Edgar Kiechle. With expected production wear. All in vintage fine condition.

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    June, 2016
    29th Wednesday
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    The movie quite literally changed my life. I have included a pic of me in Sly's Rocky 3 Cashmere overcoat, would much appreciate if it is possible for you to forward this email to Sly to let him know the overcoat is in good hands, and will be well taken care of, (as will be the Rambo knife forging tools, the other lot I won!) Wish you very happy holidays and a great 2016!
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