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Vintage original 11 x 14 in. US lobby card from the silent film melodrama, GOING THE LIMIT, released in 1925 and directed by Duke Worne. 
The image features an interior shot inside the home of a San Francisco millionaire who is being duped by a gang of phony clairvoyants/psychics as the film's hero, Dick (Richard Holt), comes out of hiding inside one of the mansion's many bedrooms to see a dog standing on his hind legs while one of the servants emerges from under the bed. It is unrestored in fine+ condition.
*According to news items, the film was shot at Gerson's San Francisco studios."


A criminal gang gains the confidence of a superstitious San Francisco millionaire Lorenzo Hayward by posing as clairvoyants. Having acquired his power of attorney, the swindlers then kidnap the millionaire's daughter Helen. Dick, a young man in love with Helen sets out after the kidnapers and, after a wild chase up and down the hills of the city, rescues her and brings the criminals to justice."
*(source: AFI Catalog of Feature Films)



GOING THE LIMIT (1925) US Lobby Card 04

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