LIGHTS OF NEW YORK (1928) POSTER, US
LIGHTS OF NEW YORK (1928) POSTER, US
LIGHTS OF NEW YORK (1928) POSTER, US
LIGHTS OF NEW YORK (1928) POSTER, US
LIGHTS OF NEW YORK (1928) POSTER, US
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LIGHTS OF NEW YORK (1928) POSTER, US

Estimate: 1,000 - 1,600 GBP

LIGHTS OF NEW YORK (1928) POSTER, US

Estimate: 1,000 - 1,600 GBP

Lot Sold:1,000GBP

Lot Details

Description

Lights of New York (1928) Poster, US


Unframed: 22⅜x 18¼in. (56.8 x 46.3 cm)

Framed: 29¾x 25¼in. (75.5 x 64.1 cm)


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Condition Report

Paper-backed and conservation framed with UV plexiglass

Very good condition, with the colours remaining very bright. Minor restoration to edges.


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Cataloguing

Catalogue Note

This 1928 American crime drama was directed by Bryan Foy, and stars Helene Costello, Cullen Landis and Eugene Pallette. 


Although The Jazz Singer (1927) is credited as being the first full-length talkie, technically it only featured partial sound sections. Whereas this film, with its continuous dialogue, is truly the first all talking picture.

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