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    The Phantom of Santa Fe (Burroughs-Tarzan-Enterprise, 1936). Lobby Card Set of 8 (11" X 14").
    Originally made in 1931, this western actioner was tested and then shelved until 1936. It featured Norman Kerry (of Phantom of the Opera fame) as The Hawk-- a rogue who may or may not be behind the theft of some art treasures in a Spanish mission. Apparently, Kerry couldn't escape his ties to the Phantom as when the film was finally released in 1936, the film had it's title changed from The Hawk to The Phantom of Santa Fe. These lobbies are incredibly stunning with color that leaps off of the cards. The film had originally been shot in a process called Pioneer Multi-Color, an early version of Cinecolor and in fact was the first independent western feature to be made in color. It's no wonder that these cards make bold of use of color to advertise the new and exciting process. Near Mint+.


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