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Lot #: 003 DEBTOR TO THE LAW R24, linen, pointing gun style 1sheet

Date Sold 12/1/1997
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The image at right appears in the auction catalog we published as shown above and was sold long ago and we do NOT have it available for purchase.

A 1924 Re-Release Vintage Theatrical Movie One-sheet (Learn More)

A Debtor to the Law, the 1919 silent cowboy western starring Henry Starr (billed as "The Man Who Stole A Million"; a real-life outlaw cowboy playing himself; he made this single movie and then returned to a life of crime!), Paul Curry (who also plays himself), Patrick Sylvester McGeeney, and Karl Hackett. Note that at the time of the movie's release, the pressbook's advertising claim that Starr had completely renounced his life of crime and had said, decisively, "I'm through", and that it would surely mean that he would never rob again, because "his word had always been a sacred pledge". It also stated that he had recently been informed that land he owned was yielding a huge amount of oil and that he was now "financially independent". Yet just two years after the making of this movie, Starr returned to his former profession of robbing banks, and was shot and killed in 1921 (I guess his gusher didn't pan out!). Also, note that this is a "lost" film which means that no surviving copies are thought to exist.
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Condition: Very Good.
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