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    Forbidden (Columbia, 1932). Folded, Very Fine-. Swedish One Sheet (27.5" X 39.5") Olle Svanlund Artwork.
    Barbara Stanwyck stars in this pre-Code Frank Capra drama about a librarian who has a child out of wedlock and the complications that arise. Stanwyck would go on to a very versatile and prolific career in film spanning fifty years. This is a beautiful stone litho poster for a very early film in her long career and is making its Heritage debut. Signs of use include slight edge and fold wear, light creases, and minor tears. The poster also has very faint edge and fold toning, as well as some stains. Folded, Very Fine-.

    Estimate: $800 - $1,600.

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    5th Friday
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