Three Week Ends (Paramount, 1928). Very Fine-. Tit...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionThree Week Ends (Paramount, 1928). Very Fine-. Title Lobby Card (11" X 14").
The effervescent Clara Bow stars in this delightful Elinor Glyn comedy. Glyn was the first to tag Bow as the "It Girl" of the 1920s, and created three screenplays for the popular star. Bow 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 smash hit for Bow, who is seen here on this spectacular title card. The card shows slight edge wear, some pinholes, a few mild creases, and a very thin dust shadow to the left. Very Fine-.
Estimate: $400 - $800.
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