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    Shopworn (Columbia, 1932). One Sheet (27" X 41") Style A. Ritz Theater Collection.
    No one can match Barbara Stanwyck as a tough gal with a big heart, and she is divine in this early role as Kitty Lane, a working girl from the wrong side of the tracks. When she falls for wealthy society scion Regis Toomey, his mother has her framed for prostitution. The always delightful Zasu Pitts co-stars as Kitty's aunt. A Heritage first, this stone litho portrait one sheet features a larger-than-life Stanwyck in one of her earliest starring roles, rosy and golden hues enhancing her fine features. This is the first and only one sheet of this style from Shopworn to surface. It required only minimal restoration. There was a snipe over the title, which has been removed and airbrushing applied. A small fold separation in the bottom horizontal fold near the right border and a dust shadow in the bottom left border have been touched up, resulting in a highly display-worthy poster. An extraordinary opportunity for discerning collectors. From the Ritz Theater Collection. Very Fine on Linen.




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