DescriptionWonders of Manhattan & Others Lot (Columbia, 1956). Australian Daybills (6) (13" X 30") & Australian One Sheets (3) (27" X 40" & 29.5" X 39.5"). Short Subject.
Starring George Jessel. Directed by Harry Foster. Included with Wonders of Manhattan are Australian daybills for Angel in My Pocket (Universal, 1969), Prudence and the Pill (20th Century Fox, 1968), Mad About Men (Rank, 1954), That's Entertainment (MGM, 1974), and Australian one sheets for The Decameron (United Artists, 1980), Sip the Wine (Garron International, 1976), and a daybill and Australian one sheet for Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You (United Artists, 1972). Unrestored posters with bright color and clean overall appearances. They may have general signs of use, such as light edge wear, slight fold separation and fold wear, mild creasing, thin surface scuffs, pinholes, unobtrusive stains and smudges, or small tears. Some posters may have extra folds or creases. Please see full-color, enlargeable image above for more details.
Folded, Very Fine.
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