DescriptionTomorrow at Seven (RKO, 1933). One Sheet (27.25" X 41").
This show stopping and fabulous Art Deco image is what makes posters of this era so wonderful and interesting. Known for his portrayal of the convict-turned-detective, Boston Blackie, Chester Morris plays a crime writer sucked into the murder plot he has been researching. Silent star Vivienne Osborne costars, character actors Frank McHugh and Allen Jenkins providing comedic relief as a pair of bumbling cops. A Heritage first, this vibrant stone litho one sheet features outstanding, eye-catching stone litho art of Morris and Osborne. It has had touchup applied to the folds, a couple of small tears in the borders, and pinholes in the background corners. There is an unaddressed pinhole in Chester Morris' chin. Very Fine on Linen.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000.
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