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John Heard Mary Beth Hurt Signed Autographed 'Head Over Heels'

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John Heard Mary Beth Hurt Signed Autographed 'Head Over Heels'

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A fantastic glossy 8x10 photo hand-signed by Hollywood legends John Heard amp; Mary Beth Hurt. It comes with our lifetime guarantee of authenticity COA with matching serial-numbered, tamper-proof hologram stickers. All of our items are guaranteed authentic for life and are backed by our 20+ years in the autograph business. All items are hand-signed; we never sell copies or reproductions of any kind.

John Heard Mary Beth Hurt Signed Autographed 'Head Over Heels'

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