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    The Trouble with Harry (Paramount, 1955). Folded, Very Fine. Six Sheet (80" X 79").
    Alfred Hitchcock mixes humor with the macabre for this whimsical tale of a dead man, and how almost everyone in a small town comes to believe they were the cause of his death. Shirley MacLaine makes her film debut in the dark comedy, co-starring John Forsythe, Edmund Gwenn, and Jerry Mathers, the first to stumble across the corpse. The poster shows slight fold wear and separation, a thin dust shadow, unobtrusive stains and smudges, and a small chip in the top left corner. There is some faint toning in the folds.

    Estimate: $300 - $600.

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