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    Klondike Annie (Paramount, 1936). Folded, Fine+. Jumbo Window Card (22" X 28.5").
    A post-Code comedy, Klondike Annie was co-written by its star, Mae West, from her play Frisco Kate, which she penned in pre-Code 1921. West maintained her seductive, suggestive, comedic style as a kept woman by the name of Rose Carlton, "The Frisco Doll" and co-stars with Victor McLaglen and Phillip Reed. The card has mild edge and fold wear, pinholes, corner bends, and small tears. There are surface indentations and scuffs, a few hole punches in the image, faint staining and smudges, as well as an ink stamp in the imprint area. Folded, Fine+.

    Estimate: $300 - $600.

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