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    To Have and Have Not (Warner Brothers, 1944). Insert (14" X 36").
    Based on a best-selling novel by Ernest Hemingway, stars Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall met and fell in love during the filming of this, their first film together. Several years later, following Bogie's divorce from Mayo Methot, they would be married, one of the most legendary unions in Hollywood history. The famous, "You know how to whistle, don't you?" scene does not appear in the novel; rather, it was written by director Howard Hawks as a screen test for Bacall. He liked her performance so much that he decided to work it into a later draft of the screenplay. This highly desirable insert has staple holes in the top and bottom border, a tiny stain in the top right, light fold wear, a credits snipe glued to the lower portion, and a corner bend in the lower left. None of these minor flaws detract from the overall attractiveness of this piece, especially considering the smoldering image of Bogart and Bacall. Fine/Very Fine.


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