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    Rebel Without a Cause & Other Lot (Warner Bros., R-1980s). Folded, Overall: Fine/Very Fine. British Quad (30" X 40"), Japanese Program (10 Pages, 7.25" X 10), German Program (4 Pages, 7.25" X 10.5), Insert (14" X 36"), Title Lobby Card (11" X 14"), Lobby Cards (10) (11" X 14"), One Sheets (2) (27" X 41"), & Australian One Sheet (27" X 40). Drama.
    Starring James Dean, Natalie Wood, Sal Mineo, Jim Backus, Ann Doran, Corey Allen, Dennis Hopper, William Hopper, Rochelle Hudson, Edward Platt, and Nick Adams. Directed by Nicholas Ray. Included with Rebel Without a Cause is a Japanese and a German program for A Place in the Sun (1952), an insert for Old Acquaintance (1943), a title lobby card and lobby cards for Saint Joan (1957), The Woman Beneath (1917), and Too Wise Women (1921), one sheets for 1900 (1977) and The Rainmaker (1956), and an Australian one sheet for Doctor Zhivago (R-1970s). Included in this lot are 40 one sheets, 41 lobby cards, 34 mini lobby cards, a German A1, a Belgian poster, a window card, 2 inserts, 110 photos, 2 editor's portfolios, and a program for various drama movies that are not included in the overall grade, but range from fine- to very fine+. Unrestored items that display signs of use. May include edge wear, slight fold and spine wear, minor fold separations and chips, soft corner bumps and surface rippling, pinholes, faint creases, tears, some staining including faint rust stains, smudges, unobtrusive ink writing, thin scratches, or toning. The one sheet for The Rainmaker has a piece of cellophane tape on the verso. The insert for Old Acquaintance has strips of masking tape in the side borders that wrap to the verso, and some of the tape causes tape stain bleedthrough. The insert also has a bit of amateur touchup in the left side of the upper fold. Artwork for 1900 by Doug Johnson.

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    June, 2021
    20th Sunday
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