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    A Maureen O'Sullivan Group of Personally-Owned Posters. Six items owned by the star related to films she made including: 1) a one sheet film poster from "Tarzan The Ape Man," Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Re-release 1954, 41" x 27," in very poor condition; 2) a window card from "Hold That Kiss," MGM, 1938, 22" x 14," in very poor condition; 3) a lobby card from the same film, 11" x 14," in very poor condition; 4) a lobby card from "Spring Madness," MGM, 1938, 11" x 14;" 5) a lobby card from "My Dear Miss Aldrich, MGM, 1937, 11" x 14," in very poor condition; and 6) a tear-out from a magazine, in color, featuring an image of O'Sullivan signed by her decades later in black felt-tip ink (though the inscription is now very faded); all from the Estate of Patrick Villiers Farrow, brother of Mia, son of Maureen O'Sullivan and director John Farrow.
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    Auction Dates
    April, 2015
    18th-19th Saturday-Sunday
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