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    Mr. Logan, U.S.A. (Fox, 1919). One Sheet (27" X 41"). One of the first screen cowboys, Tom Mix's career began in Hollywood during the mid-teens in a succession of short subjects. By 1917, his contract had been picked up by William Fox, and Mix became one of the new studio's premier stars. He made dozens of pictures for Fox until 1928, as the silent era began to fade. Offered here is the only known example of this one sheet for one of Mix's early Fox westerns. This poster has restoration to correct condition problems including: borders replaced, paint in the black areas, two grease marks in the "A" of "USA," a 12 inch tear along the right side reaching down into Mix's elbow, a 4 inch tear running under Mix's right wrist, and paint touch-up to his nose. All things considered, this still looks great, and since it's unique, you won't have to worry about anyone else's bragging rights. Good/Very Good on Linen.

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