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Auction History Result
Lot #: 088 TOMORROW AT SEVEN linen 1sheetDate Sold 12/5/1994
Sold For: $748.00
Appears in Hollywood Posters 6
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An Original Vintage Linenbacked One-Sheet Movie Poster (1sh) (Learn More)
Tomorrow at Seven, the 1933 Ray Enright Chicago Illinois detective crime murder mystery melodrama (a complicated story of a killer called "The Black Ace", because after he kills his victims, he leaves an ace of spades on their body; one victim is sent a jigsaw puzzle, which he painstakingly puts together, and it reveals that it says "at seven tomorrow night" together with a picture of an ace of spades, and to save himself, he gets on an airplane the next day, but precisely at seven, the lights go out on the plane, and when they come back on, the man is dead; there is a mystery writer who decides to solve the killings, and he does!) starring Chester Morris, Vivienne Osborne, Frank McHugh, Oscar Apfel, Virginia Howell, Allen Jenkins, Cornelius Keefe, Charles Middleton, Grant Mitchell, Gus Robinson, and Henry Stephenson
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