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    Angel and the Badman (Republic, 1947). Insert (14" X 36").
    The first film produced by John Wayne himself is also one of the few movies to cast the Duke as a bad guy, at least at first. Wayne is the most feared man in the territories, but when he's shot by enemies, he's taken in by a beautiful Quaker girl (Gail Russell) who nurses him back to health. Wayne decides to change his ways, but the past is not so easily cast aside. This gorgeous insert is original paper, but was stamped for re-release near the title and in the bottom border; there are pinholes in the center of the top and bottom border, a small detached chip in the top border which has been repaired with tape on the reverse, edge wear with small tears in the left border, and marker writing in the lower right border. Rolled, Fine/Very Fine.


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