DescriptionThe Sea Hawk (Warner Brothers, 1940). Lobby Card (11" X 14").
One of the greatest swashbucklers ever filmed, this rousing story, based more on the story, "Beggars of the Sea," by Seton I. Miller than on the Rafael Sabatini novel that the film was named after, was the perfect vehicle for star Errol Flynn. The story, about dashing privateer Geoffrey Thorpe and his daring raids on the Spanish Armada during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, set the standard for virtually every pirate movie to come, and remains one of the highlights of Flynn's career. This exceptional, linen finish card features both Flynn and his erstwhile sidekick, the wonderful Alan Hale. It shows pinholes in the corners, museum tape on the reverse, and corner bumps, but presents wonderfully, and will no doubt be an important addition to any collection. Fine/Very Fine.
Estimate: $700 - up.
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