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3y935 TOO MANY KISSES 8x10 key book still '25 Richard Dix watches Howard & Currier from balcony!

Date Sold 12/21/2014
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An Original Vintage Theatrical Movie 7 3/4" x 10 1/4" [20 x 26 cm] Key Book Still (Learn More)

Too Many Kisses, the 1925 Paul Sloane silent France family relationship romantic love triangle melodrama (about the rich father of a playboy son who sends him to France, thinking the French women won't like him, but he immediately gets in the middle of a romantic triangle, and his French rival is played by William Powell in one of his early roles!) starring Richard Dix, Frances Howard, William Powell, Frank Currier, and Harpo Marx (in an early role without The Marx Brothers; as The Village Peter Pan, and we don't know if he is pictured on any of the advertising). Note that female lead Frances Howard had appeared in just two movies after this one. Producer Samuel Goldwyn managed to convince her to marry him less than one month after "The Shock Punch" (her final leading role in 1925) was released, at which point she retired (with the exception of one movie in 1935), and she remained married to Goldwyn until his death 50 years later. Oddly, she is supposed to have a life-long love for gay director George Cukor, and when she died two years after Goldwyn, she was buried next to Cukor!
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Important Added Info: Note that the still is glued to a linen-like backing (we think it is highly likely this was a key book still, and that someone trimmed away the extra 1" from the left of the still, no doubt so it could be put in a frame).

Condition: very good to fine. The still is in very nice condition!
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