DescriptionThe Prince and the Pauper (Warner Brothers, 1937). Photos (50) (8" X 10").
Mark Twain's delightful tale about two boys, one a poor street kid and the other a prince, who exchange places to see what the other's life is like. Billy and Bobby Mauch, 12 year old twin brothers, star alongside the swashbuckling Errol Flynn, who comes to rescue them from the traitorous villain, played by Claude Rains. These vintage gelatin silver, single weight, glossy photos from the film capture all of the adventure and are in almost pristine condition. The original press kit envelope is also included. Near Mint/Mint.
Estimate: $300 - $600.
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