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Auction History Result

4k192 3 WOMEN LC 1924 Cody shows newspaper & letter to Pauline Frederick, Ernst Lubitsch, rare!

Date Sold 3/7/2019
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An Original Vintage Theatrical Movie Lobby Card (LC; measures 11" x 14" [28 x 36 cm]) (Learn More)

Three Women (some advertising has it as "3 Women"), the 1924 Ernst Lubitsch silent romantic love quadrangle melodrama ("When three women love one man - all rules of the game are discarded - a game in which all are losers."; "The eternal triangle-with an extra and unusual angle"; "False flattery masquerades as love"; "When three women want one man - something happens"; "With one woman's kisses still warm on his lips he turned to another - with still another waiting and watching"; "A love conflict between mother and daughter while 'the other woman' watches and waits."; "A lavish love drama with a powerful and unusual angle wherein a mother and daughter become rivals for a man who is worthy of neither of them. The first modern American dramatic picture directed by the foremost genius of screencraft, Ernst Lubitsch."; a truly bizarre story of a man with no morals, who has a mistress, but he also has lots of debts, so he starts an affair with a wealthy widow, but he is really after her daughter!; he marries the widow, while actively pursuing her daughter and keeping on with his affair with his mistress; the widow finds out about her husband's attraction to her daughter, and she kills him, and is acquitted at trial, when the facts come out!) starring May McAvoy ("The Daughter"), Marie Prevost ("The Other Woman"), Pauline Frederick ("The Mother"), Lew Cody ("The Man"), "and a remarkable support cast including", Willard Louis, Mary Carr, and Pierre Gendron. One wonders whether Vladimir Nabokov saw this movie, and whether the odd triangle between the husband, wife, and her daughter was in any way inspiration for his novel, "Lolita"! Also note that Mary Carr became a major star in the mid 1910s around the age of 40, playing the parts of saintly mothers. She continued to make movies (switching to grandmother roles) through the mid 1930s, and then continued with mostly uncredited parts until the mid 1950s. She passed away in 1973 at the age of 99!
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Important Added Info: Note that there is a stamp on the back that reads "FROM THE COLLECTION OF Michael R. Hawks", who most would consider the premier lobby card collector and expert in the world (and he is still an active collector, looking for the last few items he needs!). Also note that we have a scan of both the front and the back of this lobby card, which should greatly help you see what defects it has.

Condition: very good. There are three small circular stains in the lower right blank border and some faint smudges in the blank borders. There are a few tiny creases and a tiny tear in the top blank border. Otherwise, the card is in pretty nice condition. Note that this lobby card is completely unrestored and there is not a single piece of tape on either the front or back!
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