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This item is already sold(4) 1940's Movie Theatre Programs
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The picture shows both sides of all four 1940's movie programs in this lot (16 pages total). The programs in this lot all came from MAJESTIC & NORTH CONWAY THEATRES from Conway and North Conway, New Hampshire. For each of the programs I will list all the many titles, a few main Stars for each, and let you know if there is a graphic or title graphic for that film. An asterisk (*) below after the title will denote if there is anything besides plain text in that advertisement. All of the programs in all of the lots are believed to be from the 1940's. Although they do not have a printed year, some have a penciled in year. Each has a program date on the front. They are listed below in the order in which they are pictured.

Program Of August 21st - September 1st.
"COPACABANA" (*) Groucho Marx / Carmen Miranda
"THE MACOMBER AFFAIR" (*) Joan Bennett / Gregory Peck
"LOST HONEYMOON" (*) Franchot Tone / Ann Richards
"RAMROD" (*) Joel McCrea / Veronica Lake
"I WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW" (*) June Haver / Mark Stevens
"MIRACLE ON 34th STREET" (*) Maureen O'Hara / John Payne
"FIESTA" (*) Esther Williams
"DEEP VALLEY" Ida Lupino / Dane Clark
"MOTHER WORE TIGHTS" Betty Grable
"REPEAT PERFORMANCE" (*) Louis Hayward / Joan Leslie

Program Of August 4th - August 20th.
"CYNTHIA" Elizabeth Taylor / George Murphy
"IT HAPPENED ON 5TH AVENUE" (*) Don DeFore / Ann Harding
"LIVING IN A BIG WAY" (*) Gene Kelly
"THE GHOST AND MRS. MUIR" Gene Tierney / Rex Harrison
"MOSS ROSE" (*) Peggy Cummins / Victor Mature
"THE GREAT WALTZ" Luise Rainer / Fernand Gravet
"DISHONORED LADY" Hedy Lamarr / Dennis O'Keefe
"CRY WOLF" (*) Errol Flynn / Barbara Stanwyck
"ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND" (*) Tyrone Power / Alice Faye
"DISCOVERY" Admiral Byrd South Pole Expedition

Program Of August 21st - September 1st (1946).
"ESCAPE IN THE DESERT" (*) Helmut Dantine
"BLITHE SPIRIT", Noel Coward's (*)
"THE BANDIT OF SHERWOOD FOREST" (*) Cornel Wilde
"TOKYO ROSE" (*) Byron Barr / Osa Massen
"MEXICANA" (*) Tito Guizar / Constance Moore
"MISS SUSIE SLAGLE" (*) Veronica Lake / Sonny Tufts
"MY NAME IS JULIA ROSS" (*) Nina Foch / Dame May Whitty
"IT ALL CAME TRUE" Humphrey Bogart / Ann Sheridan
"MEET ME ON BROADWAY" A Musical Romance (*)
"FOLLOW THAT WOMAN" Nancy Kelly / William Gargan

Program Of November 18th - December 15th.
"CENTENNIAL SUMMER" (*) Cornel Wilde / Jeanne Crain
"HOME ON THE RANGE" (*) Monte Hale / Adrian Booth
"SMOKY" (*) Fred MacMurray / Ann Baxter
"3 LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE" June Haver / Veronica Lake
"HOME SWEET HOMICIDE" Peggy A. Gardner / Randolph Scott
"CLAUDIA AND DAVID" (*) Dorothy McGuire / Robert Young
"IF I'M LUCKY" Perry Como / Vivian Blaine
"STRANGE TRIANGLE" Preston Foster / Signe Hasso
"CENTENNIAL SUMMER" Jeanne Craine / Cornel Wilde
"BLACK BEAUTY", Anne Sewall's
"THE BOWERY" Wallace Beery / George Raft
"ANNA AND THE KING OF SIAM" (*) Irene Dunne / Rex Harrison
"THE COCKEYED MIRACLE" Frank Morgan / Keenan Wynn

When Opened each program measures about 6" x 4-1/2". They are all in mint as made condition with the following exceptions: The third one listed has a penciled in year and the fourth one has a small spot.

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