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DescriptionThe Three Musketeers (United Artists, 1921). Very Good on Cardstock. Window Card (13.5" X 21.25").
Based on the classic novel by Alexander Dumas, this was star Douglas Fairbanks's second swashbuckler, made to capitalize on the popularity of The Mark of Zorro (1920), the movie that turned the charming actor from a lightweight comedian into an action hero heart-throb. Although liberties were certainly taken with the source material in making this film, all the changes play to Fairbanks's strengths, making this a true classic of the silent era. The stone litho card has been restored and rebacked to address creases within the image. There was touchup to the creases as well as to the borders and upper imprint area. The major issue with the card is the color fade present. Very Good on Cardstock.
Estimate: $500 - $1,000.
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