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    A Tommy Lee Jones-Related Set of Prop Documents from "JFK." Warner Bros., 1991. The first an Italian newspaper clipping reading in part "Clay Shaw / ha lavorato a Roma," paper-clipped to a three-page typed memo on "District Attorney / Parish of Orleans" letterhead from "Jim Garrison" outlining Shaw's CIA connections, used in the scene where Kevin Costner (as "Garrison") is questioning Tommy Lee Jones (as "Clay Shaw") on Easter Sunday; the second is a "New Orleans Police Department / Booking Form" with typed information about "Clay Shaw" above his finger prints, though not the one actually seen in the film, this piece is similar to the one used as a quick insert shot in the scene where "Shaw" has been arrested and is being questioned by an officer at the police station; also included is a color Polaroid showing Tommy Lee Jones in costume on set showing props on his hands and wrists, though it's somewhat dirtied; included is a Letter of Provenance from the prop master of the film.
    11" x 8 ½"

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    December, 2013
    12th Thursday
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