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    Deadwood Pass (Monarch Film Corporation, 1933) One Sheet (27" X 41"). Tom Tyler was a boxer and weightlifter when he entered films as a stuntman in 1924 and quickly rose to stardom at FBO studios, the forerunner to RKO, as a cowboys hero, even though it was said that Tyler despised Westerns and reportedly was terrified of horses! Tyler was one of the few cowboys to cross the silent range, maintaining his popularity well into the sound era. Small, budget-minded, Monarch studios produced this gorgeous one sheet that features a stunning stone litho image of the popular Tyler. There are pinholes, tears and chips on the borders, fold line wear with some paper loss, and small holes, tears and scratches in the graphics. This poster has been professionally restored, rendering these defects hard to detect. Fine on Linen.

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    March, 2005
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