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    The Life of Buffalo Bill (Pawnee Bill Film Co., 1912). Stock One Sheet (28" X 41").
    In the early 1900s Walter Barnsdale started a "traveling moving picture show" company that played at carnivals and circuses. Showcasing more than 100 reels of old-time feature films and with some of the best lighting equipment available (run by an electric generator), Barnsdale brought the show to people who couldn't get to the city. The Life of Buffalo Bill was one of several films that he showcased that starred the legendary William F. Cody. This is a gorgeous stone litho poster done by Riverside Litho of Milwaukee. It is rolled and has edge tears and slight wear. Rolled, Fine.


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    March, 2010
    19th-20th Friday-Saturday
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