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    The Navigator (Metro Goldwyn, 1924). Window Card (14" X 22").
    Buster Keaton walks the ocean floor in patched up diver's gear on this delightful piece. In the film, two pampered young people go through a series of fantastic plot developments, and end up stranded on a deserted ocean liner. At the request of Keaton, producer Joe Schenck purchased an obsolete ocean liner for $20,000 to be used as a prop in the star's upcoming comedy. The film would prove to be Keaton's most profitable silent feature. The poster has some pinholes, and creases in the red background and title area. Touchup work has been done to address these issues. Fine+.


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    Auction Dates
    March, 2013
    23rd-24th Saturday-Sunday
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