Actor Hugh Grant Would Like His Film Script Back Grant says the script with notes all over it was in a bag that was stolen from his car. He's appealing for the script to be returned, and also, he says, his kids' medical cards.
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Actor Hugh Grant Would Like His Film Script Back

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Actor Hugh Grant Would Like His Film Script Back

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Actor Hugh Grant Would Like His Film Script Back

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Grant says the script with notes all over it was in a bag that was stolen from his car. He's appealing for the script to be returned, and also, he says, his kids' medical cards.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Ernest Hemingway once suffered a disaster for a writer. His wife lost a suitcase full of his manuscripts. This is not exactly the same, but the actor Hugh Grant lost a film script. It is hard for him to grab another because, he says, he spent weeks covering it with notes. He says it was in a bag that was stolen from his car. He is appealing for the script to be returned and also, he says, his kids' medical cards. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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