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    Corsair (United Artists, 1931). One Sheet (27" X 41").
    Popular screen idol Chester Morris plays a football star turned bootlegger, who wants to prove himself worthy of fiancee Thelma Todd (who used the name Alison Loyd for this picture). Morris disapproves of Todd's father's (Emmett Corrigan) business practices and gets involved with murder, gangsters, and bribery to get back at the ruthless banker. This was the final film by director Roland West, who was involved with Todd at this time, and would remain close to her until her untimely death in 1936. This one sheet has a stamp in the top right corner, pinholes in the corners, and a small tear in the right border at a fold. There is light fold wear, edge wear, and crossfold separations. This spectacular portrait of Morris and Todd would make any lucky collector proud. Fine/Very Fine.


    Estimate: $800 - up.

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