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    Hunchback of Notre Dame (RKO, 1939). One Sheet (27" X 41"). This was the second version of Victor Hugo's classic novel that was adapted to the screen and Charles Laughton was cast as the tortured soul, Quasimodo. Laughton was one of the most brilliant actors of his era and the part was a wonderful challenge for the amazing star. Maureen O'Hara was cast as the beautiful gypsy, Esmerelda who befriends the Hunchback. With all apologies to Lon Chaney and Anthony Quinn, this version has never been surpassed! This one sheet is also quite beautiful as Quasimodo's features are kept in shadow to prevent the audience from glimpsing his disturbing makeup. Near Mint on Linen.

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    November, 2003
    20th-23rd Thursday-Sunday
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