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    Tumbleweeds (United Artists, 1925). Lobby Card Set of 8 (11" X 14").
    William S. Hart was one of the earliest cowboys of the silent cinema. As Hart actually grew up in the West, he brought a natural realism and stoicism to the screen. By 1925, his style of acting was on the way out with audiences favoring stars like Tom Mix and Buck Jones who brought more stuntwork and comedy to their films. But Hart prevailed and under the direction of King Baggot, made his last film one of the greatest Westerns of the era as it re-enacts the Oklahoma land rush. One of the unusual aspects of this set is that it doesn't have a title card. Most of the cards have one pinhole per corner and some very minor stains on the left edge. The card with the Indian warriors has a large stain in the middle of the scene. Very Fine-.


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    November, 2011
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