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    Fifth Avenue Girl (RKO, 1939). Six Sheet (81" X 81").
    This is one of the best high society/romantic/screwball comedies ever made. Ginger Rogers is featured here twice on this fabulous six sheet as "Mary Grey," pretending to be the mistress of Walter Connolly. The second star of the film was the script, written by one of the best breezy dialogue writers in Tinseltown, Allan Scott (Top Hat, Follow the Fleet, Swing Time, Carefree, etc). You won't find a better large Ginger Rogers image than on this winner! There is some edge wear with small tears and chips in the left panel, small tears in the right border of all panels, and a fold tear in the bottom border of each panel. There are centerpoint crossfold separations and creases in the bottom left of one panel. Large format posters from this period are hard to find and this may be the only known example of this large format poster. Fine+.


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    July, 2011
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
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