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SID CAESAR CAROL KANE ELLIOTT GOULD MARGAUX HEMINGWAY PRESS KIT SIGNED AUTOGRAPH OVER THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE 1984

Caesar, Sid Carol Kane Elliott Gould Margaux Hemingway Press Kit Signed Autograph Over The Brooklyn Bridge 1984
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Caesar, Sid Carol Kane Elliott Gould Margaux Hemingway Press Kit Signed Autograph Over The Brooklyn Bridge 1984
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Caesar, Sid Carol Kane Elliott Gould Margaux Hemingway Press Kit Signed Autograph Over The Brooklyn Bridge 1984Caesar, Sid Carol Kane Elliott Gould Margaux Hemingway Press Kit Signed Autograph Over The Brooklyn Bridge 1984Caesar, Sid Carol Kane Elliott Gould Margaux Hemingway Press Kit Signed Autograph Over The Brooklyn Bridge 1984Caesar, Sid Carol Kane Elliott Gould Margaux Hemingway Press Kit Signed Autograph Over The Brooklyn Bridge 1984Caesar, Sid Carol Kane Elliott Gould Margaux Hemingway Press Kit Signed Autograph Over The Brooklyn Bridge 1984Caesar, Sid Carol Kane Elliott Gould Margaux Hemingway Press Kit Signed Autograph Over The Brooklyn Bridge 1984Caesar, Sid Carol Kane Elliott Gould Margaux Hemingway Press Kit Signed Autograph Over The Brooklyn Bridge 1984
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED PRESS KIT BY SID CAESAR, CAROL KANE, ELLIOTT GOULD AND MARGAUX HEMINGWAY..

THIS IS A 9 INCH BY 12 INCH FOLDER FROM OVER THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE. FOLDER CONTAINS 8 8 INCH BY 10 INCH BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOS OF SCENES FROM MOVIE. ORIGINAL PRESS KIT WAS A PROMO ITEM AND WAS NOT AVAILABLE FOR RETAIL SALE. THE PRESS KIT WAS DISTRIBUTED TO MOVIE THEATER OWNERS AND MEMBERS OF THE PRESS. SIGNED BY CAROL KANE, ELLIOTT GOULD, SID CAESAR, MARGAUX HEMINGWAY ON FRONT OF FOLDER. CONDITION OF THE PRESS KIT, PHOTOS AND AUTOGRAPHS IS VERY GOOD.

Alby Sherman (Elliot Gould) is a Jewish man whose father dies when he was young. He and his mother (Shelly Winters) run a delicatessen in Brooklyn, but Alby dreams of opening his own restaurant in Manhattan, a project which is very expensive. Finding the perfect location, a restaurant who's owner is moving to another location, he asks his wealthy Uncle Benjamin (Sid Caesar) to lend him the money. His uncle imposes an odious blackmail on him: Alby will have the money only if he leaves his "shikse" Catholic girlfriend (Margaux Hemingway) and get married to a "nice Jewish girl" (Carol Kane).