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    Gone with the Wind & Others Lot (MGM, R-1968). Lobby Cards (Approx. 800) (11" X 14"), Mini Lobby Cards (9) (8" X 10"), Programs (5), and Photos (17) (8" X 10"). Academy Award Winners.
    Starring Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, Thomas Mitchell, Barbara O'Neil, Evelyn Keyes, Ann Rutherford, George Reeves, Hattie McDaniel, Butterfly McQueen, and Victor Jory. Directed by Victor Fleming. Within this lot is a wide assortment of scattered lobby cards (some of which make complete sets) from titles such as Gone with the Wind R68 (1), Giant R70 (1), Born Wild (3), Wild Wheels (2), Tarzan the Ape Man (13), The Stand at Apache River (37), Terror on a Train (33), Teenage Rebel (40), Tanganyika (5), Star in the Dust (1), Arson for Hire (18), Synanon (21), Armored Attack! (54), Onionhead (70), Atomic Submarine (4), Angela (37), Targets (6), Take the High Ground (4), Tall Stranger (5), Teenage Millionaire (53), Tank Commandos (24), Thank Heaven (24), OK Nero (2), Tess of the Storm Country (10), Oklahoma Territory (3), On Any Street (1), Once More with Feeling (1), Loving Couples (2), Tase of Honey (14), Arena (6), Attack! (9), Back from the Dead (7), One-Way Ticket to Hell (28), Anzio (20), Angel in a Taxi (25), Anatomy of Love (37), Stakeout (30), Stiletto (15), The Subject was Roses (6), Student Nurses (1), Strategy of Terror (4), Summer Holiday (10), Stage Struck (44), Sullivan's Empire (6), Suicide Mission (1), Suddenly a Woman! (8), Submarine Seahawk (23), The Subterraneans (26), Ten Thousand Bedrooms (24), Taras Bulba (40), Tarzan's Hidden Jungle (1), Strange Lady in Town (4), Ten Tall Men (2), The Strange Door (3), A Stranger in Town (1), Station Six Sahara (1), Stranger in My Arms (2), Texas Bad Man (5), Swiss Family Robinson R68 (11), The Sweet Ride (4), Sunrise at Campobello (41), A View from the Bridge (1), Swordsman of Siena (2), Sylvia (2), Tarawa Beachhead (4), Funny Lady (1), Santa and the Three Bears (1), Star in the Dust (11), Step Down to Terror (8), The Truth (4), Tammy and the Millionaire (8), Heaven and Hell (2), Arabella (8), The Sword and the Cross (18), Ten Seconds to Hell (2), The Square Ring (10), The St. Valentine's Day Massacre (2), Terror of the Bloodhunters (15), Thank You All Very Much (4), and Succubus (2). Also included are programs from Cabaret (1) and 1776 (4), mini lobby cards from Flight of the Doves (3) and How Do I Love Thee (6), and photos from Camelot R73 (1), Funny Lady (10), Mayerling (3), The Power (1), and Giant R70 (2). Unrestored items with good color and overall presentable appearances. They may have tears, paper loss, stains, pinholes, creases, tape, and/or edge wear. The cards have a Canadian ink censor stamp, and some have studio number punches. There are duplicate lobby cards. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Fine+.


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    July, 2015
    19th Sunday
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