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    Humphrey Bogart Lot (Columbia and Warner Brothers, 1947, 1948, &1950). Uncut Pressbooks (3) (16 Pages, 12" X 16"; 12 Pages, 11" X 17"; 16 Pages, 12.25" X 18.25").
    This special Humphrey Bogart lot includes three uncut pressbooks from films with sensational performances by the actor and his fantastic leading ladies: the legendary pairing of Bogey and Bacall (Key Largo, Warner Brothers, 1948), stellar co-star Gloria Grahame (In a Lonely Place, Columbia, 1950), and film noir's most seasoned femme fatale, Lizabeth Scott (Dead Reckoning, Columbia, 1947). In overall exceptional condition, the pressbooks show only minor imperfections, and have all been folded in half horizontally with light edge and fold wear. The spine of the Key Largo booklet is split, with loose pages. Both the Dead Reckoning and Key Largo pressbooks have the advertising supplement included. These are true gems for the Bogart enthusiast. Very Fine-.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2011
    18th-19th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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