'Godfather' script sells for £175,000
Sold at a New York auction, the script was bought for 20 times its expected price, setting a new record for the sum being paid for a film script, the previous record being held by Clark Gable's copy of the Gone With The Wind script.
Brando's script was just one item available in an auction of property taken from his Los Angeles home, where he lived from 1960 until his death last year, reports BBC News.
Another hot item was a letter from The Godfather author Mario Puzo asking Brando to take the role of Don Corleone, which took $132,000 (£74,011).
The auction made a total of more than $2.3m (£1.3m).