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    The Beatles: Lot of 4 Original Production Copy Cartoon Storyboards, 1964-65 (A). Lot of four (4) original production copy storyboards, all printed, distributed, and used by staff writers and cartoonists during the production of The Beatles cartoon in 1964 and 1965. Measuring approximately 11 x 14 each with about 9 pages per copy, included in this lot are the production copies for the episodes "Run for Your Life," "If I Fell," "Tell Me Why," and "Rock & Roll Music". Acquired directly from the archive of one of the series' lead writers, Jack Mendelsohn, who also served as a main screenwriter on "Yellow Submarine." Accompanied by certificates of authenticity from Mendelsohn for each storyboard. Some expected signs of handling wear from production usage, otherwise fine. From The Tom Fontaine Music Memorabilia Collection.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2004
    17th Saturday
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