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Somewhere in Sonora (Vitagraph, 1933). Lobby Card (11" X 14"). John Wayne got his start in B Westerns starring in six pictures for Vitagraph, a subsidiary of Warner Brothers. The films had more production value than those at Lone Star would have, and this lobby attests to the persona that Warners' and producer Leon Schlesinger were "carving" for the Duke. Lobby cards on this title seldom come up for auction. The card has a total of seven pinholes, three of which appear within the image area. There is a tiny tear in the upper right border and the card has some very light wear to the edges. Very Fine-.

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July, 2007
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