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    Becky Sharp (RKO, 1935). Pre-War Australian Daybill (15" X 40").
    The first feature-length film produced in the three-strip Technicolor process, this adaptation of Vanity Fair featured Miriam Hopkins in the title role of a self-absorbed young woman who rises to and then falls from the peak of British society circa the early 1800s. The poster has water staining within the upper imprint and carries almost imperceptibly through the body of the poster with several darker stains in the credits. Artwork is signed by the well-known Australian poster artist Norman McMurray. Rolled, Very Good.


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    Auction Dates
    March, 2009
    20th-22nd Friday-Sunday
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