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Auction History Result

4z0006 LADY VANISHES paper banner R1952 Hitchcock, Michael Redgrave, Lockwood, Lukas, ultra rare!

Date Sold 7/9/2020
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A 1952 Re-Release Theatrical Unfolded Movie Paper Banner (measures 24" x 82" [61 x 208 cm]) (Learn More)

The Lady Vanishes, the classic 1938 Alfred Hitchcock English mistaken identity romantic mystery crime kidnapping thriller ("From the story 'The Wheel Spins' by Ethel Lina White"; about a young woman on a train who becomes friendly with a fellow passenger, but then the passenger disappears without the train stopping, and no one believes the young woman, not even the two people on her side, or are they?) starring Margaret Lockwood, Michael Redgrave, Paul Lukas, Dame May Whitty (in a memorable role, as "Miss Froy"), Cecil Parker, Linden Travers, Googie Withers, Naunton Wayne, and Basil Radford
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Important Added Info: Note that we have never before auctioned this paper banner! Note that this banner is a silkscreen printed poster with an actual black & white photo which has neatly been "tipped in" (glued to the left side of the poster). Paper banners were sometimes made in this way at that time, and it makes for a striking poster, and few people would realize that it is not printed on a single piece, unless they examine the poster closely. Note that the silkscreen portions of this poster usually pick up scuff marks far more easily than other posters of this period (this was caused by the method of silkscreen printing, and is very common on these posters, and is not considered a major defect, unless it is very noticeable or distracting). Also note that this poster is very long, but because it is not very wide, it can be sent in a regular size tube. However, it can NOT be combined with other rolled posters, and must be either sent by itself (or combined with other items that are exactly like this). Please bear this in mind before bidding on this poster.

Note that this poster(which is NOT linenbacked) ships in a standard sized tube. However, because it is very long, it CAN'T be combined with other posters that ship in standard tubes (either linenbacked or non-linenbacked), ONLY with other posters exactly like this one. Please bear this in mind before bidding on this poster.

Condition: very good. The poster has a few scuffs scattered in the title and credits area, but far fewer than most paper banners of this period. There is clear tape on the back of part of the left border, where there were some small tears.
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