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Subway Sadie (First National, 1926). Lobby Cards (2) (11" X 14"). A Cinderella story about a young girl named Sadie (Dorothy Mackaill) who falls in love with a lowly subway guard (Jack Mulhall), only to find out later that he's a millionaire's son, whose father owns the subway line! The film also features former Keystone Kop Charles Murray in a funny running gag as the subway motorman. These attractive and colorful lobby cards simply scream "Jazz Age," particularly the card that features the flapper fashion show. That card shows pinholes in the top border, a small tear in the lower right, and a light crease in the top right corner. The other card displays very minor creasing in the two bottom corners. Both cards are extremely appealing, and present very nicely. Very Fine+.

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Auction Dates
March, 2008
11th-12th
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