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    A Group of Never-Before-Seen Black and White Set Stills, 1940s-1950s. Approximately 45; all original prints with mostly a glossy finish, depicting various interior and exterior sets from films including (in chronological order): "The Fugitive," RKO 1947, starring Henry Fonda; "Adventures of Casanova," Eagle-Lion Films, 1948, starring Arturo de Cordóva and Lucille Bremer; "Borderline," Universal, 1950, starring Fred MacMurray, Claire Trevor, and Raymond Burr; "One Way Street," Universal, 1950, starring James Mason; and "Plunder of the Sun," Warner Bros., 1953, starring Glenn Ford.
    8" x 10"

    From the Estate of Alfred Ybarra [1905-2001], a longtime Hollywood Art Director, Production Designer, and Set Decorator who worked on all of these films.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2012
    24th Tuesday
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