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    Gilda (Columbia, 1946). One Sheet (27" X 41") Style B.
    Rita Hayworth tore up the screen as Gilda in this 1946 film noir classic. Playing the object of desire in one third of a love-hate triangle involving Glenn Ford and George Macready, Hayworth captivated audiences with her sultry performance, the highlight being her incredible rendition of the number "Put the Blame on Mame." One of the most iconic and desirable posters of the film noir genre, this style B one sheet, with its image of an incredibly beautiful Hayworth, has become extremely hard to come by. In fact, this is the first time Heritage has offered this stunning piece. Prior to restoration, the poster had a small chip from the upper left corner which just extended into the black field. There was a small tear in the upper vertical fold and a chip from the lower left border that extended just into the stole Hayworth carries in her left hand. There were minor chips at the center point fold in the "R" of "Rita" and a slight fold separation in the lower horizontal fold. All of these relatively minor defects were magnificently restored with professional archival work. The poster now displays brilliantly. Fine+ on Linen.




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    Auction Dates
    July, 2009
    23rd-25th Thursday-Saturday
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