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  • Love Affair (1939) - Scene Stills

    Here are a few scene stills from Love Affair (1939), directed by Leo McCarey and starring Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer.

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  • Gaslight - Behind-the-Scenes Photos

    Here are a few behind-the-scenes photos taken during the making of Gaslight (1944), starring Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer.

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  • Back Street (1941) - Behind-the-Scenes Photos

    Back Street (1941) - Behind-the-Scenes Photos

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  • Back Street (1941) - Scene Stills

    Back Street (1941) - Scene Stills

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  • Back Street (1941) - Publicity Stills

    Back Street (1941) - Publicity Stills

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  • Gaslight - Lobby Card

    Here is a Lobby Card from Gaslight (1944). Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.

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  • Gaslight - Movie Posters

    Here is a group of American movie Posters from Gaslight (1944), starring Ingrid Bergman, Charles Boyer, and Joseph Cotten.

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  • Conquest - Movie Poster

    Here is the American One-Sheet Movie Poster from Conquest (1937). One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.

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  • Back Street (1941) - Lobby Card Set

    Back Street (1941) - Lobby Card Set

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  • Back Street (1941) - Movie Posters

    Back Street (1941) - Movie Posters

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  • Fanny - Movie Poster

    Here is the American One-Sheet Movie Poster from Fanny (1961), starring Leslie Caron. One-sheets measured 27x41 inches, and were the poster style most commonly used in theaters.

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