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    True to the Navy (Paramount, 1930). Lobby Card (11" X 14"). To the world of film buffs and historians, Clara Bow was the silent screens "It" girl. Her screen persona exuded confidence in herself and her sexuality and this was a new awakening for the American public which was struggling to release themselves from the restrictive Victorian age. Armed with her natural vivaciousness, cunning, sensuousness, and irresistible charm, Clara's character would rise above her lowly station in life and obtain her goal. This lovely card is from one of Bow's silent/sound films and she would retire from the screen three years later. Very Fine+.

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    July, 2003
    15th-20th Tuesday-Sunday
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