ORIGINAL HERALD FOR THE 1934 FILM "THE THIN MAN" Dashiell Hammett, W. S. Van Dyke, novel, director.
ORIGINAL HERALD FOR THE 1934 FILM "THE THIN MAN"

ORIGINAL HERALD FOR THE 1934 FILM "THE THIN MAN"

N.P. (but Printed in U.S.A.): Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Cosmopolitan, 1934. Original advertising herald for the 1934 comedy-mystery "The Thin Man," directed by W.S. Van Dyke and starring William Powell, Myrna Loy, and Maureen O'Sullivan. Van Dyke's film would be the first of six adaptations based on the characters Nick and Nora Charles from his novel published earlier the same year. A lovely and uncommon ephemeral item from one of the most iconic adaptations of Hammett's work. Item #460

Single sheet of white stock, offset printed in colors on recto and verso and folded once vertically to create a 4-page herald; measures 7" x 6" closed, and 7" x 11" open. About Fine, with two faint creases to lower corners and a handful of foxed spots.

Price: $750.00

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