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    A James Cagney Group of Black and White Stills from "Man of a Thousand Faces." Universal International, 1957. Nineteen total (though only eight are unique images, the rest are duplicates of the eight), all original prints with a glossy finish, depicting the actor in various headshots or in scary make-up and costume as "Lon Chaney" (including The Phantom of the Opera and Quasimodo); some are uncorrected proofs from the studio's Still Department (one is date-stamped on the verso "Oct 16 1956"), others are publicity stills with copyright text printed on the lower margin; included with a small handwritten note to the actor reading in part "Dear Jim: / As you / requested" and the original manilla transmittal envelope from the studio addressed to "James Cagney / Dressing Room / 120."
    10" x 8"

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    November, 2017
    11th Saturday
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