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The picture shows a view of this 1931 United States Navy Suicide Fleet Movie Newspaper Advertisement. This advertisement is for the Warner Bros. Butler Theatre in Pennsylvania. The date that it appeared in the newspaper was November 27th, 1931. This date is written at the bottom in the white space. The ad pictures a U.S. Navy ship sinking a German submarine. It also pictures William Boyd, Robert Armstrong, James Gleason, and Ginger Rogers.

The advertisement also mentions:

SHOW BOAT (1929)
Chapter 2 of DANGER ISLAND (1931)
LOCAL BOY MAKES GOOD (1931) - Starring Joe E. Brown

The movie advertisement measures 4-1/8'' x 10-5/8''. It appears to be in excellent condition with typical aged newsprint browning as pictured. Below here, for reference, is the cast list for this 1931 Suicide Fleet movie:

William Boyd - Baltimore (as Bill Boyd) (of later Hopalong Cassidy fame)
Robert Armstrong - Dutch
James Gleason - Skeets
Ginger Rogers - Sally
Harry Bannister - Commander
Frank Reicher - Holtzmann
Ben Alexander - Kid
Henry Victor - Captain Von Schlettow
Hans Joby - Schwartz
Richard Alexander - Crew Member (uncredited)
George Berliner - Man (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
Eddie Borden - Man Displaying Newspaper (uncredited)
James P. Burtis - Cookie (uncredited)
Yola d'Avril - French Girl in Tangiers (uncredited)
Charles Delaney - Sailor at Sally's (uncredited)
Joe Dominguez - Havana Merchant (uncredited)
Nanette Faro - French Girl in Tangiers (uncredited)
Tom Keene - Lt. James Keene (uncredited)
John Kelly - Sailor at Sally's (uncredited)
Max Lucke - German Commander (uncredited)
Frank Mills - Angry Townsman (uncredited)
James Pierce - Recruit (uncredited)
Harry Semels - Havana Merchant (uncredited)
Harry Strang - Havana Shore Patrolman (uncredited)
Charles Sullivan - Charlie Sullivan (uncredited)
Harry Tenbrook - Jim (uncredited)
Max Wagner - Radio Operator (uncredited)

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1931 United States Navy Suicide Fleet Movie Newspaper Advertisement

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