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    The Blue Dahlia (Paramount, 1948). Fine/Very Fine on Linen. First Release French Moyenne (23.5" X 31.5") Boris Grinsson Artwork. From the Mike Kaplan Collection.
    A film noir classic, this is the story of returning war vet Johnny Morrison (Alan Ladd) who, upon arriving home, finds his wife, Helen, (Doris Dowling) in the arms of another man. Written directly for the screen by Raymond Chandler, this Oscar nominated picture also starred Veronica Lake. Light partial touchup has been applied to some fold wear and separations, as well as a couple of creases. Unaddressed wear includes thin dust shadows, minor chips, and small tears.


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