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    Robin and the Seven Hoods by Averardo Ciriello (Warner Brothers, 1964). Very Fine-. Signed Original Mixed Media Gouache Italian 2 - Fogli Artwork on Illustration Board (16" X 16").
    Only the Rat Pack could pull off a musical version of the classic Robin Hood tale set in a gang-infested, Prohibition Era Chicago. Filled with entertaining song and dance numbers, this is the film responsible for Frank Sinatra's popular tune "My Kind of Town," which gained an Oscar nomination for composers Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn. This excellent artwork by Averardo Ciriello, a Heritage first, has slight foxing around the portraits and some wear to the edges. Ciriello's signature is in the bottom center of a photographic overlay which surrounds the painted portraits. Very Fine-.

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    March, 2019
    23rd-24th Saturday-Sunday
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