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    To Have and Have Not (Warner Brothers, 1944). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall met and fell in love while making this film and every bit of that heat shows on screen. Bogart runs a charter boat in Martinique during World War II. A big customer is killed before he can pay, so Bogart is forced to smuggle in a Resistance leader. Meanwhile, Bogart and Bacall are smoldering with looks and exchanges like the "You know how to whistle?" scene. Howard Hawks directed from a William Faulkner screenplay, based on the Ernest Hemingway novel. There has been minor airbrushing and touchup on the smaller credits area where the poster had a snipe removed, also where there was tape lift on the back of the cross folds and borders. Fold wear, two small holes in the Warners' logo and one small hole above Bogart's name also were addressed with expert restoration. Fine+ on Linen.

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