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    Tumbleweeds (United Artists, 1925). Window Card (14" X 22").
    After some years as a stage actor, William S. Hart ventured into film acting in 1914. He started in Westerns and remained there for the next ten years, starring in over seventy films, more than fifty of which he also directed. Tumbleweeds was Hart's last film and was released by United Artists, a company which, legend has it, he, Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford and Doug Fairbanks dreamed of forming, becoming a reality in 1919. Set against a blazing Western sky, Hart and a native chief make a striking pair in profile on this stone litho window card. We've only offered this piece twice before, as paper for this film is hard to find. The piece shows only a bit of light smudging in the imprint area and at the bottom right, and small creasing in the background and along the top edge.
    Fine/Very Fine.

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