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|The picture shows a view of this Unused 1955 The Girl In The Red Velvet Swing Movie Ad Mat Mold. The ad mat is not dated but it is from the 1955 movie. This is a mold in which lead is poured to create a thin metal negative image that is then mounted on a wooden block for printing. Advertising is no longer being made or printed like this. The ad mat is like a miniature 3-D poster and would look nice framed, or you could still use it and make print blocks from it. The print block would have been used to print on movie pages in newspapers, in magazines, or in the movie theater programs. It is made of a thick compressed paper board. This admat has a movie scene images of Actresses and actors from the movie. It is marked as follows:|
THE RISE ... THE FALL OF EVELYN NESBIT THAW
20th CENTURY FOX PRESENTS
''THE GIRL IN THE RED VELVET SWING''
COLOR BY DE LUXE
TRICKED INTO HER FIRST IBDISCRETION IN A MILLIONAIRE'S ARMS!
FROM PENNILESS MODEL TO MISTRESS OF $40,000,000!
THE HARRY K. THAW - STANFORD WHITE MURDER OF THE CENTURY!
STARRING RAY MILLAND - JOAN COLLINS - FARLEY GRANGER
WITH LUTHER ADLER - CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER - GLENDA FARRELL
FRANCES FULLER - PHILIP REED - GALE ROBBINS
PRODUCED BY CHARLES BRACKETT
DIRECTED BY RICHARD FLEISCHER
WRITTEN BY WALTER REISCH AND CHARLES BRACKETT
A UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL PICTURE
IN THE WONDER OF STEREOPHONIC SOUND
100 LINES x 2 COL. (2 COLS. x 7 INCHES) MAT - 207
The ad mat measures about 4-1/2'' x 8''. It is in mint excellent unused condition with a water stain in the upper left corner as pictured. Below here, for reference, is a cast list from the 1955 movie:
Ray Milland - Stanford White
Joan Collins - Evelyn Nesbit
Farley Granger - Harry Kendall Thaw
Luther Adler - Delphin Delmas
Cornelia Otis Skinner - Mrs. Thaw
Glenda Farrell - Mrs. Nesbit
Frances Fuller - Mrs. Elizabeth White
Phillip Reed - Robert Collier (as Philip Reed)
Gale Robbins - Gwen Arden
James Lorimer - McCaleb
John Hoyt - William Travers Jerome
Robert F. Simon - Stage Manager (as Robert Simon)
Harvey Stephens - Dr. Hollingshead
Emile Meyer - Greenbacher
Robert Adler - Driver (uncredited)
Aladdin - Violinist (uncredited)
Harry Carter - Chauffeur (uncredited)
Samuel Colt - Man in Club (uncredited)
Midgie Dare - Checkroom Girl (uncredited)
Steve Darrell - Warden (uncredited)
Edith Evanson - Josie (uncredited)
Marlene Felton - Tennis Girl (uncredited)
William Forrest - Simpson (uncredited)
Edna Holland - Saleswoman (uncredited)
Henry Kulky - Prisoner (uncredited)
Ruta Lee - Tennis Girl (uncredited)
Theresa Lyons - Mrs. Comsky, Charwoman (uncredited)
Wilbur Mack - Man at Building Dedication (uncredited)
Jerry Martin - Waiter (uncredited)
Harold Miller - Club Steward (uncredited)
Leonard Mudie - Man in Audience (uncredited)
Ivan Triesault - Ludwing - Maitre d' (uncredited)
Barbara Wilson - Tennis Girl (uncredited)
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