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Sheet Music Mam'selle from The Razor's Edge Tyrone Power Gene Tierney 1947

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Sheet Music, Mam'selle, Theme From the French Cafe Scene. From the Darryl Zanuck 20th Century Fox Production, The Razor's Edge. Starring Tyrone Power, Gene Tierney, John Payne, Anne Baxter and Clifton Webb. Based on the W Somerset Maugham Novel. Lyrics by Mack Gordon and Music by Edmund Goulding. 1947 20th Century Fox Leo Feist Music New York Copyright. Four Pages. Unmarked Condition. Covers show normal creasing. Pictures give a good representation of Sheet Music Condition. Last Picture shows what a Ready Made 12x16 Mat with a 9x12 Picture Opening can do for overall Piece Presentation.


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Priced $8.99. Categorized under Musical Instruments & Gear >> Sheet Music & Song Books >> Sheet Music >> Movies, TV. Condition: Used, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States. Shet Music, Mam'sele, Theme From the French Cafe Scene. From the Daryl Zanuck 20th Century Fox Production, The Razor's Edge. Staring Tyrone Power, Gene Tierney, John Payne, Ane Baxter and Clifton Web. Based on the W Somerset Maugham Novel.