CRY MURDER (1950)

Glenn, Jack (director)

Published by Film Classics, 1950
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Vintage original 41 x 81" (102 x 202 cm.) three sheet poster, USA. Carole Mathews, Jack Lord, Howard Smith, Hope Miller, dir: Jack Glenn; Film Classics. Earl Carroll-showgirl and leading lady Carole Mathews plays a young actress who retires from the screen in order to marry a rich politician (whose father does not approve of this union). At the same time, she is being blackmailed by an artist with letters stolen from her. She then becomes a number one suspect in a murder case. Jack Lord's second film appearance, this rarely seen noir features snappy dialogue by James Carhardt and Nicholas Winter, based on the play "Lost and Found" by A. B. Shiffrin. Intriguing title treatment. Folded, there is only light shelf wear to an unused poster, FINE. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: CRY MURDER (1950)
Publisher: Film Classics
Publication Date: 1950
Binding: No Binding
Book Condition: Fine

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Book Description Condition: Like New. This is an original lobby card, not a reproduction. Movie lobby cards were once employed to entice audience goers and highlight crucial frames from films. Unlike today's title poster ''one sheets,'' which usually feature only one or two glimpses of a film, lobby cards displayed eight separate scenes. Sometimes studios produced as many as 16 lobby cards for a single film. Early lobby cards were black and white, set on card stock, and horizontal in format. A typical set included a Title Card (TC) and seven so called Scene Cards (SC). In the 1920s, the major studios decided to colorize their lobby cards. Collectors of these cards search not just for rarity and popularity but also for scenes that quintessentially capture the movies they depict.Indeed, exquisitely representative lobby cards can oftentimes be far more valuable than any other memorabilia associated with a particular movie. Ideal for display, great for collectors, or someone who wants a great decorative piece for their home or office. Seller Inventory # U15-33-188

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