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1261 READIN' & WRITIN' 4 LCs R51 Our Gang, Matthew Stymie Beard, Wheezer, Little Rascals!
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4 1951 Re-Release Vintage Theatrical Movie Lobby Cards (LCs; measure 11" x 14" [28 x 36 cm]) (Learn More)
Readin' and Writin', the 1932 Robert F. McGowan Our Gang family comedy short starring Sherwood Bailey, Lyle Barton, Carlena Beard (Stymie's young sister, as Marmalade), Matthew 'Stymie' Beard (one of the first black African American actors to achieve success in mainstream sound movies), Harry Bernard, Dorothy DeBorba, Kendall McComas (as Breezy), and June Marlowe (as Miss Crabtree)
Important Added Info: Note that between 1948 and 1952, Monogram Studios re-released a huge number of the original 1930s "Our Gang" comedy shorts to theaters. They printed a single set of four lobby cards for each year they did re-releases, and they would print many sets where each card had a blank area at top or center, and then they would overprint titles of many different specific shorts in that blank area. Interestingly, each of the four cards in each set looks like a "title card", so it is as if each set has four title cards! In addition, it is interesting to note that each of the four cards showed most of the main stars of the original shorts, even though some of those stars likely did not appear in the exact short whose title appeared at the top of the card (to alert people to this, Monogram added a tagline at the bottom right of each card that says: "All of the Little Rascals do not appear in each photoplay of the Little Rascals series"). Finally, note that in the 1920s and 1930s, this group of comedy kids were first and foremost known as the "Our Gang" kids, but they were occasionally referred to as "Hal Roach's Rascals". For these re-releases, Monogram renamed them "The Little Rascals", and that name was carried over to TV re-runs in the 1950s and 1960s, and they are far better known by that name today. Note that the specific lobby cards offered here are from the 1951 re-release set of four cards.

Overall Condition: very good to fine. The cards are in quite nice condition! (Learn More)
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