"The Godfather" Costly Script



Marlon Brando's personal script from the 1972 movie "The Godfather" fetched a staggering $312,800 at a New York auction on Thursday

It maybe the most expensive auction ever. Yes it could be, as movie legend Marlon Brando's personal script from the 1972 movie "The Godfather" sold for a staggering $312,800 at a New York auction on Thursday, becoming the highest ever paid for a film manuscript.

The high-profile auction at Christie's also included Mario Puzo's letter asking Brando to play gangster Don Corleone in the film, which has been sold for $132,000. Also there was the actor telegram to Marilyn Monroe, which sold for $36,000, while a photograph of the film icon and actress Rita Moreno in the 1968 movie "The Night Of The Following Day" fetched $48,000.

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