Seinfeld Script Signed by Jason Alexander George Costanza Beckett COA
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This beautifully presented Seinfeld script is personally hand signed by the Jason Alexander who played George Costanza. The script is authenticated by Beckett Authentication. The script episode is one the most iconic Seinfeld episodes “The Chinese Restaurant”
- This Seinfeld script was personally hand signed by Jason Alexander.
- We hand selected iconic photos from the show for the backdrop
- The frame measures at 850mm x 1077mm
- The frame in the photos is the actual frame for sale and not a concept
- The signed script is proven to be authentic as it comes with Certificates of Authenticity from two companies. Item ships affixed with two holograms one from MJB Memorabilia serial-numbered and tampered proof Authentication Hologram and Beckett Authentication Services
- There is free shipping done to any destination in the world.
- You can view the memorabilia piece before purchasing it through a zoom meeting, Skype, Facetime, 0477555557
- The Frame comes with a Database Hologram Verification Number 100102 and T77033
- It costs $1295 only.
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About The Chinese Restaurant episode
The Chinese restaurant episode is one of the most iconic Seinfeld episodes and was dreamt up by the shows creator based on a real life wait in a Chinese restaurant. There are a number of facts why this is one of the most iconic episodes
Nothing really happens in this episode and Larry David threaten to quit as Warren Littlefield who was the president of NBC at the time thought the script was missing pages, he did not get it, he thought they were trying to save money.
This was one of two episodes that Kramer (Michael Richards did not appear in. The actor is noted saying he felt hurt being left out of this episode, he thought he was being written out of the show.
The episode plays out in real time and on the one set.
NBC predicted the episode to be the most unliked episode, but it became a fan favourite.
- George: “She called, he yelled ‘Cartwright’; I missed her.”
- Jerry: “Who’s Cartwright?”
- George: “…I’m Cartwright…”
- Jerry: “You’re not Cartwright
- George: “OF COURSE I’M NOT CARTWRIGHT!”