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    George O'Brien, Janet Gaynor and Magaret Livingston in "Sunrise" (Fox, 1927). Stills (6) (8" X 10"). Vintage, black and white, single weight, glossy stills. Widely heralded as the greatest American silent film ever made, Sunrise is gripping tale of love, infidelity and regret. George O'Brien is farmer married to the sweet and supportive Janet Gaynor. All is well until he strikes up a relationship with a flashy temptress from the city (Margaret Livingston), jeopardizing all that he once held dear. These six original stills feature the three stars as well as a dazzling shot from one of the film's city sequences. Holes were punched at the edges of the images for placement in a book. There is also wear and tear at the edges with a bit of paper loss. Paper on this title is incredibly scarce and this is an opportunity that should not be missed. Fine-.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2008
    7th-8th Friday-Saturday
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