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    Fickle Fatty's Fall (Triangle-Keystone, 1915). One Sheet (27" X 41").
    Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle became a star in the early teens in the extremely popular Keystone Kops comedies. In 1915, the Keystone Studios, run by Mack Sennett, became part of the Triangle Film Corporation and, during 1915-1916, Arbuckle starred in a dozen shorts for the studio, all of which he directed as well. Many of these early films co-starred Arbuckle's wife at the time, Minta Durfee. This rare and gorgeous stone litho one sheet is from one such production, and features colorful and rich renderings of the cast. The poster had small areas of missing paper on both the right and left sides of the image, and the area with the letters "NGLE" of Triangle and "TON" of Keystone, all of which has been professionally replaced. There was a chip in the bottom border, tears in the right side of the image, and one in the top border. Although this poster had severe issues, it has been impeccably restored, rendering the losses unnoticeable, and it now displays magnificently. Few posters of this era survive in any condition, making this a valuable and highly collectible treasure of cinema history. Good/Very Good on Linen.


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