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    Male Star Lot (Various, 1930s). Stills (20) (8" X 10"). Miscellaneous.
    Vintage black and white, single weight, glossy stills. Unrestored stills with good colors and overall very presentable appearances. Included in this lot are stills of John Carradine in Alexander's Ragtime Band (20th Century Fox, 1938), Lew Ayres in Silk Hat Kid (Fox, 1935) and Broadway Serenade (MGM, 1939), Ralph Bellamy in Below the Sea (Columbia, 1933), George Brent in The Rains Came (20th Century Fox, 1939), Leo Carrillo in Love Me Forever (Columbia, 1935), Johnny Mack Brown in Cross Streets (Chesterfield, 1934), Herman Brix (Bruce Bennett) in The New Adventures of Tarzan (Burroughs-Tarzan Enterprises, 1935), Nils Asther in Love Time (Fox, 1934), Noah Beery in David Harum (Fox, 1934), Ben Bernie in Shoot the Works (Paramount, 1934), Edward Arnold, John Boles, Charles Bickford (2), Benny Baker (2), Jack Carson, Bruce Cabot, and radio show host Edward "Major" Bowes. They may have tears, slight paper loss, minor stains, and/or some edge wear. Several stills have been trimmed. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Fine.


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    August, 2009
    23rd Sunday
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