Road to Paradise (First National, 1930). Fine/Very Fine.Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionRoad to Paradise (First National, 1930). Fine/Very Fine. Window Card (14" X 22").
Loretta Young plays a dual role as twin long-lost sisters who meet again when the one sister is helping to rob the other! Add to the plot that the one sister with the robbers is also a mind reader, and you have quite a story. This is a first time offer from us for this dramatic window card for an early sound film. Loretta Young was only 17 years old when she starred in this one! The poster has slight warping, creasing, edge wear, small stains and smudges, and some surface paper loss at the 'First National" credit. There is also some faint surface streaking.
Estimate: $300 - $600.
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