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8g0197 MORAN OF THE LADY LETTY 6 8x10 stills 1922 weakling Valentino finds out he's a real man, rare!

Date Sold 4/15/2021
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6 Original Vintage Theatrical 8" x 10" [20 x 25 cm] Movie Stills (Learn More)

Moran of the Lady Letty, the 1922 George Melford silent high seas romantic smuggling adventure thriller (about a young man who's abducted and put into service on aboard a smuggling ship) starring Dorothy Dalton, Rudolph Valentino, Charles Brinley, Walter Long, Emil Jorgenson, Maude Wayne and George O'Brien. Note that Valentino was not even billed on this poster (although he is pictured)!
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Important Added Info: Note that movie paper from this film is incredibly rare. We have never auctioned any stills from this film before, and we have only auctioned a half-sheet (in 2001) and two lobby cards for it and no other movie paper whatsoever! Also note that there is an oddity about these stills! It was not uncommon in the 1920s and early 1930s for movies to have two different "stills codes" (apparently one for the west coast and one for the east coast), but they were usually very different numbers. In this case, this movie has two different stills codes, but they are "411" and "421", and some of these stills have each of these still codes, but they are all definitely originals from this movie!

Condition: good to very good. Four of the six stills were once glued into an album and have some black paper reside on the back. The still of Valentino with the Asian man had some rippling and discoloration across the center. The others have some minor border wear but are generally in pretty nice condition.
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