DescriptionWings in the Dark (Paramount, 1935). Half Sheet (22" X 28").
Filmed several years after Charles Lindbergh's solo flight across the Atlantic and two years before the disappearance of Amelia Earhart, this high flying tale captured the imagination of audiences during the golden age of aviation. Cary Grant stars as a pilot who is developing a device to assist pilots while flying in the dark or inclement weather. Myrna Loy is a daredevil pilot who supports him, especially when he (coincidentally) loses his eyesight in an accident.
The poster features a wonderful image of the two bright stars set against an art deco motif of planes in the background. The piece was rolled and had some cracks throughout. There has been quite a bit of restoration through the entire poster and the surface has a fixative finish, but it now presents very nicely. Very Good on Paper.
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