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    The Woman Alone (Gaumont, 1937). Title Lobby Card and Lobby Card (11" X 14"). Alternate Title: Sabotage.
    Also known as Sabotage, this is the story of undercover Scotland Yard detective Ted Spencer (John Loder), assigned to track down and apprehend foreign terrorist Verloc before he can detonate a bomb in the London Underground. Verloc's cover is so deep that even his wife Sylvia (Sylvia Sidney) is unaware of his true identity. Based on Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent and directed by Alfred Hitchcock, this is a classic thriller. The highly sought after title card offered here shows a stain, wrinkling and paper tape on the verso that shows through to the front top border, a small blemish in the bottom image area, light snipe residue over the title, edge wear with a small tear in the top border, and a slight stain in the bottom border. The charming scene card shows only pinholes and light stains in the borders with top corner bends. Fine+.


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