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    Across the Pacific (Warner Brothers, 1942). Title Lobby Card and Lobby Cards (4) (11" X 14").
    In the annals of life imitating art, the prophetic power of this film may be the strangest. A year after his directorial debut, The Maltese Falcon, John Huston reunited his cast including Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor and Sydney Greenstreet, for a script titled Aloha Means Goodbye. The story centered on a Japanese plot to, yes, bomb Pearl Harbor -- a thriller rendered slightly less thrilling by the real-life tragedy in late 1941. Writers substituted the Panama Canal for Pearl Harbor, as Bogart's undercover operative must try to prevent another attack. This title card has always been considered among the best from a Bogart film during his heralded years at Warner Brothers, and Heritage is proud to present this one, along with four great scene cards. The title card has pinholes in the borders and slight discoloration. The scene cards have staple holes in the corners, one has a small stain in the bottom border, and three have slight discoloration in the bottom border. Very Fine-.


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    July, 2015
    25th-26th Saturday-Sunday
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