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    Riverside Drive-In Uncle Tom's Cabin Poster.
    14" x 22"
    Rayland, Ohio; circa 1950s

    A film poster advertisement produced for Riverside Drive-In. The drive-in would be screening Uncle Tom's Cabin from April 15-17, [no year]. The poster features an illustration of "Uncle Tom's Vision Before His Death" and markets the film as "A Show Every One Should See". The Riverside Drive-In Theatre was opened sometime before 1955, and has since been demolished. It is likely that the 1927 version of the film was shown.

    Condition: Moderate toning at edges, with some chipping and small tears along the sides. There is some minor areas of soiling. A small piece of tape is present at the top right corner.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2019
    15th Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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