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    Suspicion (RKO, 1941). Half Sheet (22" X 28") Style B.
    Hitchcock fans, here's a poster you've been waiting for! The highly elusive style B half sheet from Suspicion is sure to create a substantial and well deserved buzz amongst avid poster collectors. The film is noted for the controversy between Hitchcock and the studio about the ending of the film - would Cary Grant murder Joan Fontaine - or not? While the one sheet for the film is quite lovely with its portraits of Grant and Fontaine, the style B half sheet boasts two beautiful images of the pair in bright, bold color. In top display condition, the poster benefited from careful retouch to the borders and touchup to a mark in Grant's head, a tear in the right border into the credits, a tear in the left border into the background, a crease in Fontaine's face, and small creases in the background. A rare opportunity for one lucky collector! Fine/Very Fine on Paper.


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    Auction Dates
    March, 2015
    28th-29th Saturday-Sunday
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