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Alan Rickman Donates Autographed Script Pages, More for Charity Auction

Rickman
Posted by: sue
December 02, 2007, 05:33 PM

Actor Alan Rickman has donated a few items he has gathered from his role as Professor Severus Snape in the Harry Potter films to a charity auction. Included in the auction are Alan Rickman's original cast and crew Hogwarts/Quidditch shirt, two pages of his working script sides from Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire, and headshot photo of the actor. Both the script pages and the photo are autographed by Mr.Rickman. The auction is for ANSA, or Artists for a New South Africa which support programs to help AIDS orphans in Africa. You can find out more and bid here via Charity Folks. This auction runs until December 14. Good Luck! Thanks to ANSA!

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