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    The Girl in No. 29 (Universal, 1920). One Sheet (27" X 41").
    Making a name for himself at an early age as being able to direct a good Western film on budget and on time, John "Jack" Ford was trying to transition into other genres at this time in his career at the age of 25 years old. He would go on to become one of the most famous directors in cinema history working for the next fifty years. This early melodrama stars Frank Mayo and Elinor Fair. Mayo was a silent screen matinee idol whose career would bloom until the beginning of the sound era. "Talkies" would destroy his star status and he would continue working in unbilled parts as an extra for the next twenty years before retiring. This gorgeous stone litho poster from this early Ford effort had, prior to excellent restoration, tears in the upper border extending into the image, small chips in the border and a larger chip from the lower right border corner. There were small holes within the image along the left side and some fold and crossfold separation with minor paper loss. The poster now displays beautifully. Fine on Linen.

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