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133. Collection of studio signed letters and correspondence including Irving Berlin to Eddie Mannix discussing There's No Buisiness Like Show Business and more. (1927-1983) Collection of (23) pages of correspondence and ephemera including (3) signed Tim Rice faxes with 1-complaining to the Hollywood Reporter that his name was omitted from a story regarding the 23rd anniversary of Jesus Christ Superstar, (1) signed Lewis Mumford, (1) signed William Saroyan, (1) signed Oscar Hammerstein to Eddie Mannix regarding Annie Get Your Gun, (1) signed Rachel L. Carson, (1) signed Moss Hart to MGM’s “Dore Schary” regarding Hart’s draft for a screenplay of A Star is Born, (2) signed Alex Haley, (1) signed Clare Booth Luce to “Miss Bigman” lamenting there has been no movie interest for her successful stage play, Margin for Error and wondering if Walter Winchell believes that only play goers are pro-semetic and moviegoers not?, (1) signed Pearl Buck to Mannix, and more. All exhibit age and handling. In vintage and contemporary good to very good condition. $400 - $600
134. Extraordinarily rare MGM Studios original opening title artwork from the Golden Age of Hollywood. (ca. 1940s) Vintage original early title card accomplished in enamel on approx. 17 x 11.25 in. board with openings cut out of the “Ars Gratia Artis” frame and the laurel at the bottom of the frame for a 3-D in which the mascot lion could be projected,with a theater mask below it.A print of the theater mask has been added for display. Unexamined out of frame. In vintage fine condition. $6,000 - $8,000
 






























































































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