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Lee, Harper
AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (“HARPER LEE”) STATING HER PREFERENCE THAT NO OTHER FILM BE MADE OF TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
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Lee, Harper
AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (“HARPER LEE”) STATING HER PREFERENCE THAT NO OTHER FILM BE MADE OF TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
Estimate
3,0004,000
LOT SOLD. 2,500 USD
JUMP TO LOT

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Lee, Harper
AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (“HARPER LEE”) STATING HER PREFERENCE THAT NO OTHER FILM BE MADE OF TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
1 1/2 pages on monogramed card stock (7 1/2 x 5 1/4 in.; 189 x 132 mm), [Monroeville, Alabama,] 26 December 2008, to Carolyn Schroeder of Dallas, Texas, accompanied by the original autograph envelope; very lightly creased.
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Thank you for your kind request, but I do not wish to see another production of 'To Kill a Mockingbird'. I think the Pakula/Mulligan film was for forever.” The 1962 film adaptation of Harper Lee's first novel—produced by Alan J. Pakula and directed by Robert Mulligan—is one of the most beloved works in American cinema, an opinion clearly shared by the book's author. The American Film Institute has ranked the film as the 25th greatest American movie of all time and Atticus Finch as the greatest movie hero of the twentieth century. In 1995, 'To Kill a Mockingbird' was placed on the National Film Registry. 

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