Screen Song Cartoons (Paramount, 1931). Fine/Very Fine on ...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionScreen Song Cartoons (Paramount, 1931). Fine/Very Fine on Linen. Full-Bleed Stock One Sheet (26.5" X 40.5").
The Max Fleischer Screen Song animated cartoons took popular songs of the day and added a bouncing ball that followed the lyrics to get the movie audiences to sing along. They were quite popular in the early days of sound film. The rare poster offered here is an early example and features an appearance by Bimbo, who later introduced Betty Boop into cartoons. This is a first time offer of this poster by Heritage. Professionally restored, this one sheet once showed fold wear and separation, pinholes, and some small chips and tears. There was a thin sliver of paper loss on the left edge and the poster had a partially torn vertical misfold.
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000.
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