18 November 2003
JANET GAYNOR AND DAVID O. SELZNICK SIGNED CONTRACT FROM "A STAR IS BORN"
Selznick International Pictures, 1937
An eighteen-page contract dated October 9, 1936 outlining the agreement between actress Janet Gaynor and producer David O. Selznick for the original film version of this now well-known tale of Hollywood stardom gone awry; signed by both in black fountain pen ink. Other ephemera related to the film is included; a final shooting script dated October 16th, 1936, a program from the premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on April 20, 1937, a Western Union telegram to David O. Selznick dated May 31, 1937 and a campaign book.
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