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    He Was Her Man (Warner Brothers, 1934). Lobby Cards (2) (11" X 14"). James Cagney portrays a gangster hell-bent on revenge, only to find himself on the run from hit men looking to settle the score. This serious crime drama pulls no punches, and lives up to Cagney's reputation as the consummate gangster. The Cagney/Joan Blondell card in in Near Mint+ condition with only a slight crease on the upper left border (very minor). The spectacular diner shot has both left corners trimmed which makes it rate as a Very Good, otherwise other than the corners, it would be Very Fine+. The overall rating for these cards is Very Fine+.

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