DescriptionTarzan Finds a Son (MGM, 1939). Insert (14" X 36").
This colorful insert features three great images of Johnny Sheffield as "Boy" in his first appearance in the Tarzan series. He was dropped in the jungle not by the stork but by an Imperial Airlines crash to skirt the 'out of wedlock' issue that surely would have arisen. Young Sheffield, the son of British actor Reginald Sheffield, was the personal choice of Johnny Weissmuller. One of the reasons this poster is so keenly sought is the iconic image of Tarzan and Boy together on the same requisite jungle vine Excellent color with extra horizontal folds, edge wear with a small tear and faint stain in the lower right border, and a small corner crease in the top right. Folded, Fine+.
Estimate: $800 - up.
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