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4z0176 FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT WC 1940 Alfred Hitchcock, Joel McCrea, Laraine Day, different & rare!

Date Sold 7/9/2020
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An Original Vintage Theatrical Unfolded Movie Window Card (WC; measures 14" x 22" [36 x 56 cm]) (Learn More)

Foreign Correspondent, the 1940 Alfred Hitchcock ("The man who gave you 'Rebecca'") World War II (WWII) spy espionage suspense thriller ("The thrill spectacle of the year!"; "The dramatic conflicts... of today's boldest adventurers!"; nominated for the Best Picture Academy Award) starring Joel McCrea, Laraine Day, Herbert Marshall, George Sanders, Albert Bassermann (nominated for the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award for this film; billed as "Albert Basserman"), Robert Benchley, Edmund Gwenn, Charles Wagenheim, and Eduardo Ciannelli. Note that this movie dealt with World War II and spies, and it was a clear statement from director Hitchcock that the war would soon involve every country, because there was no way to remain "neutral" when all those around you are at war.
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Important Added Info: Note that we have only previously auctioned three examples of this window card, and only one in the last 13 years! Also note that this window card was never folded. Often window cards would be folded across the middle, because that would make them 11" x 14", and they could then be sent with standard folded posters. Most collectors put an added value on a window card that has never been folded.

Condition: very good. There are faint water stains in the right of the bottom border and in parts of the rest of the borders. They only slightly enter the yellow background area at bottom and don't enter the image. There is a tear in the left of the bottom border that has a small piece of tape on the back. Other than the above, the card is in really nice condition and has had no restoration other than the one piece of tape.
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