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Auction History Result

Lot #: #006 REBECCA Aust daybill 1940 Hitchcock

Date Sold 12/16/2003
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Appears in Vintage Hollywood Posters 6

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Original Vintage Theatrical Folded Australian Daybill Movie Poster (measures 15" x 40") (Learn More)

Rebecca, the classic 1940 Alfred Hitchcock (nominated for the Best Director Academy Award for this film) romantic love triangle melodrama ("An Encore Triumph!"; "Between his lips and hers the shadow of this woman!"; "A lonely man, a lovely girl ...struggling against the secret of Manderley"; "The shadow of a remembered woman came between their lips... But these two had the courage to hope... And to live their love!"; "From the best-selling novel by Daphne de Maurier"; "Gloriously she loved him... though a dread suspicion gnawed at her heart! The secret of Manderley... challenging, mysterious... broods over a powerful drama of two lonely people who lived on courage and hope!"; "Produced by David O. Selznick who made 'Gone With the Wind'"; winner of the Best Picture Academy Award; about a young woman who marries a rich and powerful widower after a short romance, and she feels she is in constant competition with her husband's dead wife, or is she?) starring Laurence Olivier (nominated for the Best Actor Academy Award for this film; "Hero of Wuthering Heights"), Joan Fontaine (nominated for the Best Actress Academy Award for this film; "in her sensational starring debut"), George Sanders, Judith Anderson (nominated for the Best Supporting Actress Academy Award for this film), Gladys Cooper, Nigel Bruce, Reginald Denny, C. Aubrey Smith, and Florence Bates
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Condition: very good. There was a 1" strip of some sort of tape across the back of the very top of the poster and across the very bottom of the back of the poster. The tape was removed long ago, but it has discolored the area on the back of the poster and the removal of tape caused very slight surface paper loss from the back of the poster. The effect this has had on the front is that you can see where the tape was at the top quite clearly, because it was on blank white paper, but at the bottom of the poster you basically can't see where the tape was, except in the very left edge of the bottom of the poster, where the tape discolored the white background area. There is a 1" tear at the left of the top foldline. There are very minor creases and smudges around the edges of the poster. Other than the above defects, the daybill is in really wonderful condition (the paper is crisp, the colors are very bright, and there is not a pinhole or any sign of restoration anywhere on the poster)! Personally, I don't consider the defects very important at all, because they are basically on the back of the poster (I guess each person has to decide for themselves!). What I am 100% sure of is that any talented restorer could back this poster (either linenback or paperback) and with little restoration, this great poster would look wonderful!
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