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    A Gentleman After Dark & Others Lot (United Artists, 1942). Lobby Cards (21) (11" X 14") & Photos (2) (8" X 10"). Film Noir.
    Starring Brian Donlevy, Miriam Hopkins, Preston Foster, Harold Huber, Phillip Reed, Gloria Holden, Douglass Dumbrille, Sharon Douglas, and Edgar Dearing. Directed by Edwin L. Marin. Included with A Gentleman After Dark are lobby cards for Smart Woman (1948), What Price Crime (1935) with Charles Starrett, The Truth About Murder (1946), My Name is Julie Ross (1945), The Unfaithful (1947), Thieves Highway (1949) Whiplash (1949), Slattery's Hurricane (1949), Walk Softly, Stranger (1950) with Joseph Cotten, and more, along with vintage gelatin silver, single weight, glossy finish photos from Desert Fury (R-1958) with Burt Lancaster, and Laura (R-1952). Unrestored items with bright colors and clean overall appearances. They may have general signs of use, such as slight edge and corner wear, creases, pinholes, unobtrusive stains or smudges, light surface scuffs, minor surface paper lifts, or small tears. The lobby card for Champion has tiny pen markings on Kirk Douglas' upper lip, What Price Crime has additional faint staining in the right imprint area, and The Last Mile has masking tape on the verso. Please see full-color, enlargeable images above for more details. Overall Grade: Very Fine-.


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    May, 2018
    27th Sunday
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