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Auction History Result

9a042 OKLAHOMA KID color-glos 8x10.25 still '39 happy James Cagney holding many gold coins!

Date Sold 7/1/2014
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An Original Vintage Theatrical Color 8" x 10 1/4" [20 x 26 cm] Movie Still (Learn More)

The Oklahoma Kid, the 1939 Lloyd Bacon cowboy western ("From an original story by Edward E. Paramore & Wally Klein") starring James Cagney (in the title role as Jim Kincaid), Humphrey Bogart, Donald Crisp, Rosemary Lane, Harvey Stephens, Al J. Jennings, and Ward Bond. Note that James Cagney was a major Warner Bros. star at this time, but Bogart was not considered to be, in spite of his success in "The Petrified Forest" two years earlier. So Cagney got to play the "good guy", and Bogart played the "bad guy" (dressed all in black!), and Bogart was not pictured on the original release posters. When the movie was re-released in 1943, Bogart WAS pictured on the advertising, because he too was now a big star!
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Important Added Info: Note that this still is from a special set of "color glos" stills, which means it was printed on a photo type of paper and have a glossier front, with more vivid colors. This is something the studios experimented with in the late 1930s and early 1940s, for both 8x10 stills and 11x14 stills. Also note that this still measures 8" x 10 1/4" [20 x 26 cm].

Condition: very good to fine. The still is in very nice condition!
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