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Auction History Result

6z005 GIRLS ON PROBATION 4 uncut LCs R1956 Jane Bryan, prominent Susan Hayward!

Date Sold 6/20/2019
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A 1956 Re-Release Folded Set of 4 Movie Lobby Cards (LC 1/2sh; measures 22" x 28" [56 x 71 cm]) (Learn More)

Girls on Probation, the 1938 William C. McGann women-in-prison crime melodrama ("Nice Kid Today... Jailbird Tomorrow") starring Jane Bryan, Ronald Reagan, Sig Ruman, Susan Hayward (in her first real role!), Henry O'Neill, Sheila Bromley, and Elisabeth Risdon. Note that this movie has a very complicated origin! There was a completely different movie that was originally titled "Girls on Probation", but at some point after they began filming that movie, they changed the plot of it enough to where the title no longer made sense, at which point the movie's title was changed to "The Beloved Brat" (after first considering using the title "Too Much of Everything"). But almost surely because Warner Bros. had already announced that they would make "Girls on Probation" (and in fact, we have seen the window card from that intended release of "The Beloved Brat"), they went ahead and made this movie that same year with the original title to replace the changed one, which actually does center around girls on probation.
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Important Added Info: Note that this lobby card poster measures 22" x 28" [56 x 71 cm]. Also note that this item is an "lobby card poster" which is a set of lobby cards printed in a single sheet as a "poster". Theater owners would be able to cut out the cards to arrange however they wanted, but this set has not been "cut" and is considered a full poster. PLEASE DO NOT BID THINKING THIS IS A REGULAR LOBBY CARD SET AS IT IS A "LOBBY CARD POSTER"! Finally, note that this poster was folded at one time but has been laying flat for a long time and will be sent rolled in a tube.

Condition: good to very good.
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