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    A Connie Francis Custom-Made Decoupaged Wooden Purse Related to "Where The Boys Are," 2008. Trapezoid-shaped, beaded handle, front side shows a detail from the 1960 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film poster, signed in black felt-tip ink in the upper right corner "Connie / Francis," back side features a color image of the singer wearing a leopard-print bathing suit, bottom signed in black felt-tip ink by the artist "Joan Studwell / 2008," inside lined in leopard-print velour, interior pouch holds a small recording device that plays the entire theme song from the film as sung by Francis in 1960 -- the Neil Sedaka/Howard Greenfield composition she is most associated with, even 55+ years later!
    8" x 10" x 3"


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