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    The Big Parade (MGM, 1925). Title Lobby Card and Lobby Card (11" X 14"). This is one of the greatest silent films ever produced, second only to "Birth of a Nation" in box office receipts. Dramatically realistic in its battle scenes and equally heart-rending in its quieter moments, as when John Gilbert has to part from his French lover (Renee Adoree) and is reunited with his mother after war's end. Director King Vidor (who uncredited, co-wrote the script) and stars Gilbert and Adoree became major players after this film's success. The title card has pinholes in the corners, with light browning. The scene card has light foxing but is otherwise near perfect. Overall, Very Fine+.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2007
    20th-21st Friday-Saturday
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