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    A 'Dialogue Cutting Continuity' Script from "Sons of the Desert." Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1933. No covers, film editor Bert Jordan, director Hal Roach, dated "December 19, 1933," 38 pages, from the full-length comedy starring legendary funnymen Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, considered by many to be among the duo's best films; chosen in 2012 by the United States Library of Congress to be preserved in the National Film Registry for its cultural significance. (Please note the script shows moderate toning throughout, with light creasing, soiling, and handling wear.)
    14" x 8 3/4


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