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    Early 1930's Fay Wray Signed Photograph to Ellsworth Vines. She would reach the pinnacle of her fame as the object of the giant ape's affection in the original "King Kong," which burst onto the silver screen in 1933. This photo of the beautiful starlet dating to the same era is a testament to Kong's good taste in the ladies. The black ink inscription reads, "To Ellsworth Vines, I'll try to remember this grip. Thanks so much. In sincere admiration, Fay Wray." Black fountain pen ink rates 8/10. Photo is EX-MT, measuring 7.5x9.5". Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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