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    The Lightning Raider (Pathé, 1919). One Sheet (27" X 41") Episode 5 --" The Brass Key."
    This is one you've been waiting for...not only a very rare serial title, but the first film for Boris Karloff. It's a title missing from most Karloff collections. The film also features Pearl White, who from 1914-1915 rivaled Mary Pickford as the most popular female silent star. She's beautifully depicted on this gorgeous stone litho one sheet, sporting her trademark blond hair, which was in fact, a wig. Also starring Warner Oland, Henry G. Sell, Ruby Hoffman, William P. Burt, and direction from George B. Seitz. Professional restoration has addressed chipping and tears throughout, and the piece now displays beautifully. Very Good on Linen.


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    March, 2012
    23rd-24th Friday-Saturday
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