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"The Hollywood Foreign Press Association presented this award for Best Documentary Film at the 1973 ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. The MGM film was a musical documentary directed by Robert Abel and Pierre Adidge. It provided a behind-the-scenes perspective on Elvis on a 15-city U.S. tour, as well as footage from his legendary live performances. Statue is composed of a metal sculpture of a globe encircled by a film strip upon a decorative base mounted to a marble pedestal. The letters "HFPA" appear in the metal design beneath the globe. An engraved plaque is mounted to the marble pedestal. Measures 8.5" in height. Square base measures 3" x 3". Flaking to gilt finish at the bottom of the figure, small shallow chip to base edge and loosening at joints so that the components will rotate 360 degrees. Weighs 4 lbs., 5 oz. With an LOA from Robert Abel's daughter."
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