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    The Great Ziegfeld at the Geary Theatre & Other Lot (MGM, 1936). Folded, Fine. Programs (2) (Multiple Pages, 6" X 9.5" & 5" X 7"), Heralds (3) (12" X 9" & 9" X 6"), & Spanish Heralds (4) (3.5" X 5.5", 5.5" X 7.5", & 8" X 4.75"). Academy Award Winners.
    Starring William Powell, Myrna Loy, Luise Rainer, Fanny Brice, Frank Morgan, Virginia Bruce, Ray Bolger, Reginald Owen, Ernest Cossart, Joseph Cawthorn, Nat Pendleton, Harriet Hoctor, Herman Bing, A.A. Trimble, and Buddy Doyle. Directed by Robert Z. Leonard. Included with the program for an engagement of The Great Ziegfeld at the Geary Theatre in San Francisco, California is a program for the Capitol Theatre in New York City (1922), and folded heralds for Lady for a Day (Columbia, 1933), Les Miserables (Fox, 1917), and The Merry Widow (MGM, 1925), and Spanish heralds for The Search (MGM, 1948), Mysterious Doctor Satan (Chamartin, 1940), North West Mounted Police (Paramount, 1940), and Going My Way (Paramount, 1944). Unrestored items with good color and overall very presentable appearances. They may have edge and fold wear, creasing, fold separations, minute tears and chips, mild scuffs and paper lifts, toning, some graphite writing, ink stamps, smudges, or stains including adhesive stains. The Merry Widow has some paper loss along the tope edge, and the Capitol Theatre program has rusted staples.

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