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Key Largo Classic Old Lobby Card Movie Poster Bogart Bacall 3

Key Largo Classic Old Lobby Card Movie Poster Bogart Bacall 3

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Original Classic Old Vintage Film Theater Movie Posters Photos Humphrey Bogart Memorabilia Collectibles For Sale
Key Largo, 1948
Original Vintage Lobby Card Movie Poster (11x14")
Starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall

Own a Piece of Movie History !


Beautiful original vintage Lobby Card with spectacular image and graphics of these legendary Golden Era of Hollywood Stars. Great image of the main cast including a rare image of Lionel Barrymore in a wheelchair, which was usually not shown in promotional material like movie posters. One of the Best cards of the set with ALL the main cast members!

* The first time we have ever acquired this lobby card in our 40 years collecting. 

Very Good-Excellent condition with several pinholes on border area from actual theater use. But, image area remains Gorgeous !.   VERY NICE!   * See enlargeable image above

Note:  We acquired four other RARE Original Vintage Lobby Cards for this iconic classic "Key Largo".  See the others below under , "Other Rare Treasures You Might Like". 

Key Largo (Warner Brothers, 1948).  Lobby Card (11" X 14").
John Huston directed an all-star cast in Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall's final film together. It would also be the last time Bogart appeared with fellow gangster alumni Edward G. Robinson. It was quite the send-off, as this time Robinson snarled his way across the screen and Bogart portrayed the good guy who comes to Bacall's rescue. It also marked the only time Bogart won in the traditional shootout between the pair of big screen tough guys. This is a classic of the gangster genre in the same way White Heat was for James Cagney.

Starring Humphrey Bogart, Edward G. Robinson, Lauren Bacall, Lionel Barrymore, Claire Trevor, Thomas Gomez, Harry Lewis, John Rodney, Marc Lawrence, Dan Seymour, Monte Blue, William Haade, Pat Flaherty, John Litel, Jerry Jerome, John Phillips, and Luther Crockett. Directed by John Huston. 

* See enlargeable image above

NOTE: Cvtreasures stamp NOT on original

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