The Woman in Red (Warner-First National, 1935). Folded, Ve...
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DescriptionThe Woman in Red (Warner-First National, 1935). Folded, Very Fine/Near Mint. Swedish One Sheet (27.5" X 39.5").
Barbara Stanwyck is mesmerizing in red on this gorgeous Swedish poster for The Woman in Red. Based on the novel North by Wallace Irwin, the film was directed by Robert Flory and co-stars Gene Raymond as a polo player who falls in love with Stanwyck despite jealousy from characters played by Genevieve Tobin and John Eldredge. Posters for The Woman in Red are exceedingly scarce, and this is only the second time in Heritage's history that a Swedish poster has been offered for the film. The stone litho one sheet is in nearly immaculate condition with minimal edge and fold wear, a few soft creases, and a tiny separation at the left end of the horizontal fold.
Estimate: $1,500 - $3,000.
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