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Beatles, Orson Welles memorabilia up for auction

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A section of plastic backdrop the Beatles signed before their American television debut could fetch almost a million dollars. Heritage Auctions also has items belonging to Orson Welles up for bidding. (April 2) Video provided by AP

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