DescriptionThe Call of the Wild (United Artists, 1935). Insert (14" X 36").
Clark Gable stars as Jack Thornton in this action-packed adaptation of Jack London's timeless classic. Thornton is a would-be prospector who travels to Alaska hoping to strike it rich. Unfortunately, he loses his stake in a poker game and has to find an alternate way to fund his dream. Thornton ultimately finds more than he bargained for in the person of Claire Blake (Loretta Young), but must also defend his stake against a band of cutthroat thieves. The dramatic insert offered here has two tears in the left side that extend into the image area, pinholes in the field, a bend in the top right corner, and small tears in the top border, but is nevertheless clean and attractive, a wonderful piece that will enhance any collection. Fine/Very Fine on Paper.
Estimate: $1,000 - up.
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