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Unused 1941 Birth of The Blues Movie Ad Mat Mold
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Unused 1941 Birth of The Blues Movie Ad Mat Mold
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The picture shows a view of this Unused 1941 Birth of The Blues Movie Ad Mat Mold. The ad mat is not dated but it is from 1941 when this movie was made. 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 an image of some of the actors and actresses in the movie. It is marked as follows:

THE ALL - STAR, ALL - LAUGH, ALL - ROUND, MUSICAL SENSATION!
''BIRTH OF THE BLUES''
15 SMASH SONG HITS, INCLUDING:
''ST. LOUIS BLUES''
''TIGER RAG''
''BIRTH OF THE BLUES''
''WAIT TILL THE SUN SHINES, NELLIE''
''MEMPHIS BLUES''
''MY MELANCHOLY BABY''
''THE WAITER AND THE PORTER AND THE UPSTAIRS MAID''
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE WITH
BING CROSBY - MARY MARTIN - BRIAN DONLEVY
CAROLYN LEE - ROCHESTER - J. CARROL NAISH
DIRECTED BY VICTOR SCHERTZINGER
1AC

The ad mat measures about 2-15/16'' x 7-3/4''. It is in near mint unused condition with a water spot in the lower right corner as pictured. Below here, for reference, is a cast list from this 1941 movie:

BIRTH OF THE BLUES

CAST

Bing Crosby - Jeff Lambert
Mary Martin - Betty Lou Cobb
Brian Donlevy - Memphis
Carolyn Lee - Aunt Phoebe Cobb
Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson - Louey (as Rochester)
J. Carrol Naish - Blackie
Warren Hymer - Limpy
Horace McMahon - Wolf (as Horace MacMahon)
Ruby Elzy - Ruby
Jack Teagarden - Pepper
Danny Beck - Deek
Harry Barris - Suds
Perry Botkin Sr. - Leo
Minor Watson - Henri Lambert
Harry Rosenthal - Piano player
Donald Kerr - Skeeter, Barbershop Musician
Barbara Pepper - Maizie
Cecil Kellaway - Granet
Ronnie Cosby - Jeff, as a boy (as Ronnie Cosbey)
Ted Lewis - Himself, Ted Lewis (archive footage)
Duke Ellington - Himself, Duke Ellington (archive footage)
Louis Armstrong - Himself (archive footage)
Tommy Dorsey - Himself, Tommy Dorsey (archive footage)
Jimmy Dorsey - Himself, Jimmy Dorsey (archive footage)
Benny Goodman - Himself, Benny Goodman (archive footage)
Paul Whiteman - Himself, Paul Whiteman (archive footage)
Rose Allen - Woman in theater (uncredited)
Roscoe Ates - Cab driver (uncredited)
Kathryn Bates - Woman in theater (uncredited)
Brooks Benedict - Dance Floor Extra (uncredited)
Nell Craig - Woman in theater (uncredited)
Jimmie Dundee - Jake (a thug) (uncredited)
Pearl Early - Woman in theater (uncredited)
Sarah Edwards - Dowager in cafe (uncredited)
Edward Emerson - Mayor's son in cafe (uncredited)
Betty Farrington - Woman in theater (uncredited)
John Gallaudet - Dude in pool parlor (uncredited)
Grace Hayle - Fat woman in cafe (uncredited)
Brandon Hurst - Headwaiter in cafe (uncredited)
Payne B. Johnson - Boy in theater (uncredited)
Yvonne Jungquist - Girl in illustrated slides (uncredited)
Alice Keating - Woman in theater (uncredited)
Richard Keene - Stage manager (uncredited)
Charles Lane - Wilbur, Theater Manager (uncredited)
Jeni Le Gon - Black girl in jail (uncredited)
Jimmie Lucas - Man outside of jail (uncredited)
James T. Mack - Undetermined role (uncredited)
Sam McDaniel - Black clarinet player (uncredited)
John 'Skins' Miller - Skinny man in cafe (uncredited)
Bert Moorhouse - Cafe Diner (uncredited)
Mantan Moreland - Black trumpet player (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer - Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Joe Ploski - Dance Extra (uncredited)
Oscar Polk - Man in Jail (uncredited)
Victor Potel - Trumpet player (beer garden) (uncredited)
Lillian Randolph - Dancing Woman (uncredited)
Keith Richards - Man in illustrated slides (uncredited)
Cyril Ring - Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Bert Roach - Fat man Sleeping in Theater (uncredited)
Constantine Romanoff - One of Blackie's Thugs (uncredited)
Hayden Stevenson - Stagehand (uncredited)
Mary Thomas - Child in theater (uncredited)
Bess Wade - Woman in theater (uncredited)
Evelyn West - Woman in theater (uncredited)
Pat West - Proprietor of pool hall (uncredited)
Ernest Whitman - Fancy-Pants, Doorman (uncredited)
Guy Wilkerson - Man outside of jail (uncredited)
Harry Wilson - One of Blackie's Thugs (uncredited)

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Unused 1941 Birth of The Blues Movie Ad Mat Mold


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