The Pace That Kills (Willis Kent Productions, 1935). Folde...
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DescriptionThe Pace That Kills (Willis Kent Productions, 1935). Folded, Fine. Three Sheet (41" X 79").
One of the early "drug" films of Hollywood, this poverty row thriller found young kids from the country coming to the big city and being taken advantage of by drug-dealing cocaine fiends. This is a first time offer from Heritage. Starring Lois January, Noel Madison, Sheila Bromley, Dean Benton, Lois Lindsay, Eddie Phillips, Frank Shannon, Fay Holden, Maury Peck, Nona Lee, Gay Sheridan, Frank Collins. Directed by William A. O'Connor. The poster has several fold separations, and some slight staining in the yellow background area on the right. From the Theaters of Old Detroit collection.
Estimate: $800 - $1,600.
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