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    The Enemy and Other Lot (MGM, 1927). Lobby Cards (2) (11" X 14").
    One of the most beloved actresses of the silent era, Lillian Gish began her screen career in 1912, after spending more than a decade on stage. Her earliest films were made for D. W. Griffith, including important roles in both Birth of a Nation (1915) and Intolerance (1916). During the 1920s, her career began to slow down, but she continued to appear in carefully chosen films throughout the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. Her last screen appearance was in the critically acclaimed The Whales of August in 1987, with Vincent Price and Bette Davis; she passed away quietly at the age of 99 on February 27, 1993. Featured in this lot are two lobby cards from her early career: The Enemy card has left edge wear, small stain in the bottom left border, small tears in the right border and yellow background with tape on the verso, creases in the left border and touchup to the corners. The White Sister (1923) card has pinholes in the top border, stains in the bottom border, smudging, one long diagonal bend, and corner bends. Fine/Very Fine.


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2014
    22nd-23rd Saturday-Sunday
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