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    Woman to Woman (Selznick, 1923). Very Fine. Window Card (14" X 22").
    This silent drama dealing with a war amnesia patient and a cabaret singer would be little remembered today were it not the first writing credit for a struggling English title writer and set designer for Lasky's London Studio named Alfred Hitchcock. Director Graham Cutts would also employ Hitchcock to design the sets and work as his assistant director on this film and several others. Alma Reville worked as the script girl with director Cutts, one of England's most successful film directors, and she would meet Hitchcock around the time this film was made. Reville would become Mrs. Hitchcock and would go on to work on many of the master's greatest films. With a clean interior, this window card shows slight edge wear, mild creases, and unobtrusive stains. There is a printers union ink stamp in the right border.


    Estimate: $1,500 - $3,000.

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    October
    30th Friday
    Auction Dates
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    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
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