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Lot #: 1339 SWING YOUR LADY title lobby card '38 Humphrey Bogart comedy!Date Sold 12/21/2004
Sold For: $202.50
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Swing Your Lady, the 1938 Ray Enright Ozarks hillbilly wrestling sports romantic musical screwball comedy ("Adapted from the play by Kenyon Nicholson & Charles Robinson"; a strong contender for Humphrey Bogart's very worst movie; somehow he got cast as a wrestling promoter who takes his wrestler to the Ozarks to fight a female hillbilly blacksmith, and of course, the two fall in love and refuse to fight each other!) starring Humphrey Bogart, Frank McHugh, Louise Fazenda, Nat Pendleton, Penny Singleton, Allen Jenkins, The Weaver Brothers & Elviry (Leon Weaver, Frank Weaver, and June "Elviry" Weaver) and a 10th billed Ronald Reagan, who is not credited or pictured on the posters!
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Condition: very good. card has darkened slightly (typical of Warner Bros. linen cards of this period), but the card is not at all fragile; there were two small tears in the top blank border and some smudges between them and somebody did some amateur paint restoration over that area and put a small piece of white conservation tape on the back of it; there were several small tears and a pinhole in the middle of the right border and someone put a 7" piece of white conservation tape over the edge of that border; other than the above, the card has just a few scattered creases and is overall in pretty nice condition!
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