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    Should Men Walk Home (Pathe', 1927). One Sheet (27" X 41"). She was considered the "Woman Chaplin" of the movies. Perhaps the most famous female comedian of her day, and she built the Mack Sennett Studio on the success of her one-reel comedies. Mabel Normand was one of the most prolific film stars of the period, who also wrote, and directed silent comedian Chaplin as well as many of her own films. Her association with murdered director William Desmond Taylor put her career on the skids and by the late twenties she was washed up and suffering from tuberculosis. She died in 1930 at the age of 35 years old. Offered here is a wonderful stone litho poster from one of her last films which was directed by the great Leo McCarey, before he began his great association with Laurel and Hardy. Fine+ / Rolled.

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    July, 2003
    15th-20th Tuesday-Sunday
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