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    Gold Diggers of 1937 & Others Lot (Warner Brothers, 1937). Photos (8) (8" X 10"). Musical.
    Vintage gelatin silver, single weight and double weight, glossy finish photos. Starring Dick Powell, Joan Blondell, Glenda Farrell, Victor Moore, Lee Dixon, Osgood Perkins, Charles D. Brown, and Rosalind Marquis. Directed by Lloyd Bacon and Busby Berkeley. Included are two photos from Twenty Million Sweethearts (Warner Bros., 1934), two photos from Hollywood Hotel (Warner Bros., 1937), and two photos from Going Places (Warner Bros., 1938). Unrestored photos with overall very presentable appearances. They may have edge wear, creases and corner bends, tears, small chips in the borders, minor stains and smudges, surface blemishes and scuffs, surface checking and indentations, and/or some toning. There is a snipe on the verso of a photo for Going Places and a photographer stamp crediting M. Marigold on the verso of a photo from Hollywood Hotel. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Fine.


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    November, 2015
    15th Sunday
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