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Hit the Ice Vintage Movie Poster Lobby Card set Abbott Costello


Original Vintage Classic Horror Sci Fi Film Theater Movie Posters Memorabilia For Sale

 Hit the Ice, 1943
 Vintage Movie Poster Lobby Card Set (11x14")
 Starring Bud Abbott & Lou Costello


Very rare vintage movie poster flobby card set of Seven from this early Abbott & Costello classic film.   This is a lobby card set, minus one lobby card.   The original set was 8 cards, this set has 7, including the most coveted Title Card!

I have personally collected A&C Memorabilia for 40 years and this is one of the most elusive A&C titles to find ANY paper on.    This historic 1930s/40s movie poster paper that is nearing the 100 year mark is getting more difficult to find.   Especially titles like this from the WWII era that were almost all destroyed in the WWII paper drives. This vintage Title Card and six original vintage scene cards have terrific artwork and graphics and is in very good-excellent condition for its nearly 80+ years !   The title lobby card and four of the lobby cards have a faint Australian censor ink stamp in the lower part of the image

Note: It could take decades to complete a full vintage lobby card set, especially when single cards like this 1943 set rarely ever appear on the market

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Hit the Ice (Universal, 1943).  Lobby Card set of Seven (11" X 14")
Abbott and Costello are cast as would-be photojournalists Flash and Tubby, who inadvertently snap a picture of two bank robbers leaving the scene of the crime. Accused of knocking over the bank themselves, our heroes find it expedient to hide out at a Sun Valley ski resort.
Starring Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Ginny Simms, and Patric Knowles. Directed by Charles Lamont and Erle C. Kenton. Unrestored lobby cards that display signs of use. May include light edge wear, slight creases, pinholes, small tears and chips, minute paper lifts, mild toning. The title lobby card and four of the lobby cards have an Australian censor ink stamp in the lower part of the image.

Note: CVtreasures stamp Not on original