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    Gene Tierney Signed Laura Lobby Card (1944). An original lobby card for Laura, the beloved 1944 film noir, signed by the film's star Gene Tierney in pencil on the upper border. Otto Preminger's classic tale of obsession has become a cult favorite among film aficionados, and non-aficionados... who on earth could resist the lure of Gene Tierney's gorgeous face? Not Dana Andrews' Lt. McPherson, that's for sure. Vincent Price's turn as Laura's dandy playboy, the palpably uncomfortable bath scenes with Clifton Webb, and Webb's Oscar-nominated performance combine to make this a stand-out piece. In Very Good condition with the expected age-toning, corner wear, two small areas of white-out, and a very small tear to top border (slightly affecting the signature) which has been backed with tape en verso. Accompanied by a COA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2008
    4th-6th Saturday-Monday
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