Early 20th Century Silent Movie Posters
We have had the good fortune to acquire a small group of rare
movie posters from 1918. They measure 25" wide x 22"
high. All have some toning and discoloration due to age. They
are printed on light weight cardboard. Four are commercial films.
Two feature Norma Talmadge who starred in six movies in 1918.
They were filmed by her own production company and distributed
through Select Pictures. One is a scarce World War I movie poster.
Norma Talmadge in "The Forbidden City" - Select
Pictures (1918). Approximately 25" x 22"
(Stock number 003mp0425a) $300.00
Norma Talmadge in "The Safety Curtain" (1918)
Approximately 25" x 22" Discoloration, left
corner nibble. (Stock number 003mp0425b) $300.00
"The One Woman" (1918) by Thomas Dixon author
of "The Birth of a Nation." Approximately
25" x 22". Discoloration, left edge nibble, small
tear. (Stock number 003mp0425c) $250.00
Julia Arthur in "The Cavell Case" (1918) Approximately
25" x 22" Discoloration. (Stock number 003mp0425d)
Under Four Flags. (c.1918) Division of Films, Committee
of Public Information, George Creel, Chairman Presents The Third
United States Government Official War Film Distributed World Film
Corporation. When the U. S. entered WWI President Wilson created
the Committee of Public Information. He appointed George Creel,
a progressive journalist from Denver, to head the enterprise.
This is one of several officially sanctioned movies that were
made to encourage participation in the war abroad and patriotic
observance at home. Approximately 25" x 22"
Some discoloration and edge nicks. (Stock number 003mp0425e)
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