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    The Off-Shore Pirate (Metro, 1921). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Looking at this splendid and quite rare silent one sheet you can almost hear the beautiful Viola Dana essaying the witty flapper Ardita's best line of the film...."All life is just a progression toward, and then a recession from, one phrase -- I love you." It was penned by a young F. Scott Fitzgerald in a story for The Saturday Evening Post in 1920 and who receives a credit on this poster. Here is everything you can expect from a top J.H. Tooker stone lithograph. A beautiful image of the starlet who was once romantically linked to the young star Buster Keaton. There was a mild extra horizontal fold in the middle foldline, mild fold wear, and a small tear in the lower left border. Minimal touch up has left the poster looking near mint. Very Fine+ on Linen.

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