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DescriptionDirty Gertie (Sack Amusement Enterprises, 1946). No place; 
One sheet, linen-backed poster
29.75" x 42.5" (75.56 x 107.95)
The film was a "race film", starring Francine Everett, Don Wilson, Katherine Moore, and Alfred Hawkins. Directed by Spencer Williams.
In this film the past comes back to haunt famous Harlem stripper, Gertie LaRue (Francine Everett) when she leaves her New York boyfriend and starts trouble on the island of Trinidad. The original story was written by True T. Thompson.
Condition: Minimal wear, with light soiling and toning at edges. Else excellent.
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