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    Strawberry Roan (Universal, 1933). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Cowboy star Ken Maynard, along with his famous horse Tarzan, has to deal with a wild stallion and a crooked foreman in this fast-paced and exciting Western, one of his very best for Universal. Maynard, an accomplished trick rider, was the first singing cowboy of the movies. This film, produced by Maynard's own production company under the auspices of Universal, was one of the last he'd make under that arrangement before Universal's increased focus on horror films in the early 1930s caused them to dump the Western genre almost entirely for a short time, which led to Maynard's return to Poverty Row. The remainder of Maynard's career had its ups and downs, but this picture is from the height of his popularity, when he was the reigning successor to such Western icons as William S. Hart and Tom Mix. A beautiful poster by any standard, it had some fold wear and crossfold separation, as well as minor edge chipping in the borders and a small chip in the top left. All of these issues have been addressed with professional restoration, however, resulting in a poster that is bright, attractive, and very desirable. Very Fine on Linen.

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