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    Dynamite Ranch (K-B-S, 1932). One Sheet (27" X 41").
    A short list of the best early cinema cowboys would have to include Ken Maynard, one of the biggest stars ever to mount a horse. Dynamite Ranch was produced during the short time that Ken spent with K-B-S Film Co., a low-budget outfit created specifically to cash in on Maynard's box office draw. Although the films he made for K-B-S were somewhat successful, the outfit went belly-up after about a year. Maynard, fortunately, bounced back and signed with Universal for a time, eventually ending up at Mascot Studios, a Poverty Row outfit headed by Nat Levine. Maynard's film career came to an end in 1944, forcing him to turn to circus performances as a way of making ends meet. He passed away in 1973. This attractive stone litho one sheet shows edge tears at the folds, fold wear, fold separation with slight paper loss in the image area, and a printing smear at the top and bottom left. Western fans won't want to miss this treasure! Fine+.


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