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    A Harold Lloyd Signed Poster from "Safety Last!," 1966. Depicting one of the most iconic scenes of the Silent Era: Lloyd hanging from a huge clock on the outside of a building as he dangles many stories above the street in the 1923 Hal Roach classic; poster is printed in black and white, text on lower margin reads in part "Copyright 1966 / Personality Posters Inc.," signed in black felt tip ink on the lower center "Hello Lenny / Best always / Harold Lloyd / (Nov. 1, 1966);" signed by the star to a professor at USC where Lloyd often lectured on the subject of filmmaking. (Please note the poster is in just marginal condition - it has evident crease, fold, and dent marks throughout, pinholes in the corners, and Scotch tape residue on the edges; additionally, it is shrinkwrapped.)
    41" x 29"

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    February, 2016
    20th Saturday
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