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Extremely RARE Original 1927 photo from this early Babe Ruth "Lost" film. Any paper on this film virtully never appears on the market due to tis scarcity. Here is a spectacular vintage photo with original studio snipe type on back. Was glued and stored in a scrap book for several decades. The clarity is stunning! See enlargeable images above and below. You wont see another like this again!
Film Description: Babe Comes Home, the 1927 Ted Wilde silent Los Angeles Angels baseball sports romantic comedy ("Adapted from Gerald Beaumont's 'Said with Soap'"; The Babe is a star player for the minor league Los Angeles Angels, but he chews tobacco, and gets all his uniforms badly stained, and a girl comes from the laundry to complain to him about it, and naturally, he falls in love with her, but when she rejects him, he goes in a slump, but she returns during a crucial game when he is at bat in the 9th inning with the bases loaded, and she throws him a plug of tobacco from the stands, which gives him the incentive to hit the winning home run!) starring Babe Ruth (the most famous baseball player of all time, in one of the three movies he was in!), Anna Q. Nilsson, Louise Fazenda, Ethel Shannon, Arthur Stone, and Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams. Note that Babe Ruth had appeared in a movie in 1920 (called "Headin' Home"), but this was the only other feature movie he appeared in as the star! Also, note that this is a "lost" film which means that no surviving copies are thought to exist.