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    Three Week Ends (Paramount, 1928). One Sheet (27" X 40.75") Style A.
    One look at this radiant portrait of the effervescent Clara Bow, and it is easy to understand why British author Elinor Glyn tagged the young actress the "It Girl." Glyn was so impressed with Bow that she created three screenplays for her, including this one for Three Week Ends. In this comedy/drama Bow is a sexy nightclub singer who sets her sights on Neil Hamilton, who she mistakenly thinks is wealthy. She first has to escape the clutches of playboy Harrison Ford. This was another box office hit for Bow, who rose from a childhood of poverty in Brooklyn to become one of the biggest stars of 1920s Hollywood. In magnificent condition, the stone litho poster shows only minor crossfold separation. Heritage is proud to offer for the first time this absolute stunner. An exceedingly rare Clara Bow one sheet, this piece will make any collector proud. Very Fine on Linen.


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    March, 2012
    23rd-24th Friday-Saturday
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