DescriptionMighty Joe Young (RKO, 1949). Horizontal Window Card (14" X 22").
The creators of King Kong (1933), Meriam C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack, revisited their simian theme with this classic picture. Living in Africa, the lovely Jill Young (Terry Moore) has raised her pet gorilla, Joe, from infancy, and now, when the ape has grown to a massive size, is convinced by Hollywood promoter Max O'Hara (Robert Armstrong) to bring the beast to America. Anyone who has seen King Kong or Son of Kong (1933) will know how that's going to work out. This unusual horizontal window card has some tears in the right border, surface paper loss in the left border, bumps in the bottom corners, and a light crease in the left side, but is, overall, an extremely attractive and desirable piece. Don't miss out on the chance to add this beauty to your collection. Folded, Fine+.
Estimate: $500 - up.
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