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    Midnight's Good Intentions Book. Retired canine Flag Five member Midnight hosts a reading of his recently published memoirs titled "Good Intentions" in Season 1 Episode 8. At the signing, around the 13:00 mark, he reads from his book and impresses Walter. The Tick on the other hand is simply impressed that a dog is talking. This lot includes the book and note card, which are in Very Good condition. Dimensions are approximately 9" x 6" x 1".
    All lots in this auction were obtained directly from the production set for "The Tick" - a Prime Original and are accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity from Sony Television Studios guaranteeing its authenticity.
    This lot will be shipped by ScreenBid from its Hawthorne, California offices.


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    May, 2020
    27th Wednesday
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