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    "Roy Shooting Marty" Original Photo Taken by James Dean. An extremely original 8" x 10" silver gelatin photo taken by James Dean in 1954 and developed by photographer Roy Schatt. It features Schatt aiming the camera at actor Martin Landau, who befriended Dean when the two met on the set of Beat the Clock in 1952. The photo was published on page 74 of James Dean: A Portrait. Schatt studio stamp en verso along with handwritten notes: "Martin Landau & Roy Schatt/Taken by James Dean." One of only two or three known to have been printed, it is in Excellent condition.

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    October, 2006
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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