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    Shooting script and prop golf ball used in the title sequence of Caddyshack. Shooting script and prop golf ball used in the title sequence of Caddyshack. (Orion Pictures, 1980) Oversize 3 in. custom made golf ball created expressly for and used in generating the opening title sequence of the golf comedy, Caddyshack. Made of hollow cast resin, painted white and with the Caddyshack title in orange across the face. In the famous opening sequence, a gopher dancing to Kenny Loggin's "I'm Alright" is interrupted by the flight of this ball, which stops screen left, serving as the main title card. The prop is signed on the back by title designer Dan Perri. Also included is Perri's personal 8.5 x 11 in. 123-page shooting script complete, but with some paper loss on edges of page 1. Lot is accompanied by an LOA from Perri.

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    December, 2013
    21st Saturday
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