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    Coney Island (20th Century Fox, 1943). Midget Window Card (8" X 14"). In turn-of-the-century New York, a con man (George Montgomery) scams a job at a Coney Island night spot and takes an interest in the club's star attraction (Betty Grable), the love of his friend and rival -- and owner of the club. As Montgomery helps her achieve stardom, they fall in love, and the rebuked ex-lover and ex-friend seeks revenge. This midget window card displays all the color and liveliness of the one sheet. A very small tear in the bottom border and crease marks in the top are virtually invisible, leaving Betty Grable to stand untouched in Technicolor. Near Mint-.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2005
    11th-12th Friday-Saturday
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