DescriptionHis Majesty, the American (United Artists, 1919). Title Lobby Card and Lobby Cards (3) (11" X 14").
Few actors had more fun in the silent era than Douglas Fairbanks. This was his first film for the newly formed United Artists. It was photographed in part by a young Victor Fleming, just learning his trade, and Boris Karloff appears in a small, unbilled part as a spy. The title card has a faint stain and ink mark in the top right corner and a small tear at the bottom edge. One card has a tear in the right border and a crease in the top border; another card has a light crease at the top edge. Very Fine-.
Estimate: $400 - $600.
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