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    Andrew Garfield "Eduardo Saverin" Screen Used "Girl Rating" Algorithm from The Social Network (Columbia, 2010). Original glass window pane set piece with dry erase algorithm from the pivotal scene when Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) asks Eduardo Saverin (Garfield) for an algorithm to be used for his website for "FaceMash," which
    would become Facebook. The upper writing screen matches, shot backwards through the glass, as Garfield begins writing the algorithm. The bottom text was written for the likewise screen matched close up shot at the end of the scene. The glass is framed and the entire frame is mounted to pressboard with prop #, film title and filming location written on the verso with chip to lower right frame. Measures 34" x 25" with the framed pane measuring 28.25" x 20.25". In production used Fine to Very Fine condition. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    July, 2021
    16th-18th Friday-Sunday
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