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    Unholy Partners & Others Lot (MGM, 1941). Lobby Cards (11) (11" X 14"). Crime.
    Starring Edward G. Robinson, Edward Arnold, Laraine Day, Marsha Hunt, William T. Orr, Don Beddoe, and Walter Kingsford. Directed by Mervyn LeRoy. Included are two lobby cards for One Night in Lisbon (Paramount, 1941), and single cards from Shadows in the Night (Columbia, 1944), The Rat (RKO, 1937), Three Strangers (Warner Bros., 1946), Night Unto Night (Warner Bros, 1949), St. Louis Woman (Showments, 1934), Strange Triangle (20th Century Fox, 1951), A Gentleman After Dark (United Artists, 1942), Blaze of Noon (Paramount, 1947). Unrestored lobby cards with good colors and overall very presentable appearances. They may have edge wear, creases, tears, surface scuffs, pinholes, small chips in the borders, stains and smudges, and/or some toning. There is writing that has been somewhat erased on the lobby card for Gentleman After Dark, and the borders on one of the cards for One Night in Lisbon has been trimmed. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Fine+.


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    December, 2015
    6th Sunday
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