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    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Paramount, 1931). Lobby Card (11" X 14"). This, the first sound version of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic, is still considered by many to be the best. Frederic March won the Academy Award for his "dual" role, which tied with Wallace Beery's performance in "The Champ." Directed by Rouben Mamoulian, this film has a great transformation scene from Jekyll to Hyde. Done with filters in front of the camera lens which alternately revealed and obscured portions of Fredric March's Hyde makeup, this masterpiece showcases the incredible talents of the brilliant cinematographer Karl Struss and make-up master Wally Westmore. Posters for this film are some of the rarest in the hobby. This is one of only three cards in the set to picture March in make-up. This is the best of the three! This splendid lobby card has a great image of Hyde about to drink the bubbling potion. There are pinholes, a small top left corner missing, a small tear on the left side and a larger tear in the lower right border. There is also a zig-zag tear running from the bottom left side, past Hyde's elbow. The card has been cleaned and the borders airbrushed, with excellent professional restoration rendering all this virtually unnoticeable. This may be the only chance to ever acquire this rarity again. Very Good+.

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    November, 2007
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