Marnie (Universal, 1964). Very Fine-. Studio Issue...
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DescriptionMarnie (Universal, 1964). Very Fine-. Studio Issued Photo Contact Sheets (11) (11.25" X 14.25").
Following The Birds, Tippi Hedren returns for more torment at the hands of Alfred Hitchcock. The pain is psychological, though, and the tormentor does not swoop from the sky but instead looms in the past. Sean Connery puts down his martini to help her confront her demons. This is a beautiful group of studio contact sheets which many unseen and behind-the-scene images. These are unrestored Kodak Safety contact sheets that display well and show minimal signs of surface wear, such as light edge wear, key book hole punches, and some markings on some of the images.
Estimate: $800 - $1,600.
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