DescriptionWings (Paramount, 1927). French Affiche (23" X 32") Style B.
Director William Wellman, himself a wartime aviator, was not yet even thirty years old when he made this film about two World War I aviators (Buddy Rogers and Richard Arlen) who are in love with the same Red Cross nurse (Clara Bow). A young Gary Cooper also appears in a small but crucial role as a veteran aviator. Wings was the first feature film to win an Academy Award. This very rare French Style B affiche, displays very well after touchup to the folds, a chip in the top left corner, and staple holes in the top border (one shows a faint stain). Fine/Very Fine on Linen.
Estimate: $1,500 - $3,000.
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