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    I'll Take Romance & Other Lot (Columbia, 1937). Fine/Very Fine. Second Draft Script (Multiple Pages, 8.5" X 11") & One Sheet (27" X 41". Musical.
    Offered is a bound hardcover treatment and second draft script of I'll Take Romance. Inside is a letter to star Grace Moore from Everett Riskin, the producer of the film explaining the musical numbers and asking for Miss Moore's input. The hardcover script then contains the second treatment of the story written by George Oppenheimer followed by the second draft of the script written by Jane Murfin, both of which contain notes written by Miss Moore herself. Starring Grace Moore, Melvyn Douglas, Helen Westley, Stuart Erwin. Directed by Edward H. Griffith. Included with the hardbound script for I'll Take Romance is a one sheet for So This is Love (Warner Brothers, 1953). Unrestored items that display signs of use. May include light edge or fold wear, minor fold separations, pinholes, minor tears, faint toning, or some stains. The one sheet has several pieces of cellophane tape on the verso. Fine/Very Fine.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2019
    17th Sunday
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