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Auction History Result
Lot #: v197 GENTS IN A JAM linen 1sh '52 Three Stooges w/Shemp!Date Sold 12/17/2005
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CATALOG SOLD OUT
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An Original Vintage Linenbacked One-Sheet Movie Poster (measures 27" x 41") (Learn More)
Gents in a Jam, the 1952 Edward Bernds inheritance slapstick comedy short ("Head over heels in love and up to their ears in laughs!"; "The Three Stooges those three jam-headed 'Gents in a Jam'"; "A Columbia Short Subject Presentation"; in this entry, Shemp's rich uncle comes to visit, and it looks like he will help them out, but after a fight with a circus strongman, it turns out the uncle is the childhood sweetheart of their mean landlady, and the two get married) starring The Three Stooges (Shemp Howard, Larry Fine, and Moe Howard), Kitty McHugh, Emil Sitka, Danny Sue Nolan (billed as "Dani Sue Nolan"), and Mickey Simpson. Note that this movie was a remake of the 1947 short "Hot Heir", and it reused footage from that short.
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Condition: good to very good. The poster had creases, tears, and small areas of paper loss across the top two foldlines and down the top half of the vertical foldline. There was paper loss at the top two crossfolds. There were creases and surface scuffs across the bottom of the faces of the Stooges at center. There were tiny tears in the bottom half of the vertical foldline and separation and creases across the bottom foldline. There were creases, smudges, tiny tears, and very tiny paper loss around the edges of the poster. Overall, the poster was in good condition prior to linenbacking. The poster was pretty well backed, but you can see some signs of the restoration, even from a distance.
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