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    The Gold Rush (United Artists, 1925). Lobby Card (11" X 14").
    This sublime silent comedy was more than a year in the making and was an instant hit with audiences. Charlie Chaplin was a genius of visual humor and some of his most memorable scenes are from this film, including The Tramp daydreaming about dinner guests and using two forks and bread rolls to do a little dance on the table. No matter how bleak things seem for The Tramp, audiences always knew he would be able to find a bit of happiness, some ray of hope, and that is the magic of Chaplin. Items from this beloved title are scarce, and Heritage is proud to offer this iconic card of Chaplin for the first time. The card has been professionally restored to replace 1/2" -1" of missing paper along the borders, however the image area is clean and in extremely nice condition. Very Good+.


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