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Vintage original 11 x 14 in. US title lobby card from the 1920's silent film crime drama, IF YOU BELIEVE IT, IT'S SO, released in 1922 by Paramount Pictures and directed by Tom Forman. 
The image features a full shot of star Thomas Meighan (as big city crook "Chick Harris," left) as an older austere looking man introduces him to his cronies while beautiful Pauline Starke watches from the left. The caption in the lower right reads, "My old friend, Dicky" as the older man points to Meighan. It is unrestored in fine condition.


*"If You Believe It, It's So is a lost 1922 American silent drama film directed by Tom Forman and written by Perley Poore Sheehan and Waldemar Young. The film stars Thomas Meighan, Pauline Starke, Joseph J. Dowling, Theodore Roberts, Charles Stanton Ogle, and Laura Anson. The film was released on July 2, 1922, by Paramount Pictures."

*(source: Wikipedia)


*"The 15 Oct 1921 Motion Picture New reported that the film's small town scenes were being shot in Jamestown, CA.


Intent on robbing an old man of his wallet, big city crook Chick Harris instead finds himself helping his victim and--impressed by his sincerity--resolving to begin life anew in the country. Chick becomes a respected real estate agent with the encouragement of Colonel Williams and his niece, Alvah Morley, frustrates the schemes of a former pal to cheat the townspeople, uses the pal's funds to build an orphanage, and exposes a corrupt sheriff."

*(source: AFI Catalog of Feature Films)



IF YOU BELIEVE IT, IT'S SO (1922) US Lobby Card 01

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