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Vintage original 11 x 14 in. US lobby card from the 1920's silent film comedy short, LOVE'S YOUNG SCREAM, released in 1928 by Paramount Pictures and directed by William Watson.


Produced by the Christie Film Company, the image features an exterior shot of The Girl (Anne Cornwall) and The Boy (James Harrison) pulling the Mayor (Jack Duffy) through an opening in a large cement block wall as they look at each other with different expressions. The border artwork features a nice full-length shot of Miss Cornwall in a cheesecake pose. It is unrestored in very good condition.

*"Only a cut-down version of the second reel is known to exist, made for the home market about 1946. Ben Model has put it on his Youtube site, where you can see it with his accompaniment on the organ."
*(source: IMDb).


*"Anne Cornwall (January 17, 1897 – March 2, 1980) was an American actress best known for her roles in College (1927) and The Roughneck (1924). Born in Brooklyn in 1897, Cornwall performed for forty years in many silent film productions starting in 1918, and later in talkies, until 1959. She was first married to writer/director Charles Maigne, then later to Los Angeles engineer Ellis Wing Taylor, who fathered her only child, Peter Taylor. In 1925, she was one of the WAMPAS Baby Stars. Cornwall passed away in 1980 at the age of 83."
*(source: Wikipedia)



LOVE'S YOUNG SCREAM (1928) US Lobby Card 01

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