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    Fanny Hill (Famous Players Corp., 1965). Lobby Cards (3) (11" X 14"), Photos (8) (8" X 10"), Magazine (182 Pages, 8.5" X 11"), Uncut Pressbooks (2) (4 Pages, 17.5" X 23"), & Publicity Sheets (4) (8.5" X 11 & 8.5" X 14"). Sexploitation.
    Starring Leticia Roman, Miriam Hopkins, Walter Giller, Alexander D'Arcy, Christiane Schmidtmer, Veronica Ericson, Heidi Hansen, and Susanne Hsiao. Directed by Russ Meyer and Albert Zugsmith. Unrestored lobby cards, photos, magazine, duplicate uncut pressbooks, and publicity sheets with an overall very presentable appearance. They may have tears, slight paper loss, minor stains, spine or edge wear, and/or some fold separation. The March 1965 issue of Playboy magazine, featuring a full color layout on the film, is missing its covers; however included are two copies of a Playboy and Fanny Hill cross promotional item which features the Vargas artwork in black and white, which eventually appeared in color on the final cover. One of these promotional "covers" has cuts and the other has a stain. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Fine+.

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    17th Sunday
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