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    Jesse James vs. the Daltons (Columbia, 1953). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Even though Jesse James never shows up, quickie producer Sam Katzman and horrormeister director William Castle came up with an intriguing title and they run with it. Roy Branch tries to find out if he's the son of Jesse James by joining with the Daltons. The film stars Brett King, Barbara Lawrence and James Griffith. This one sheet has light edge wear and tears, light fold wear with wrinkling and cross fold separations, pinholes in the image area, soiling and scuffs. The poster has marvelous '50s style artwork of outlaws and the Wild West. Fine/Very Fine.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2005
    9th Sunday
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