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John Wayne Fighting Kentuckian Vintage Movie Title Lobby Card

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The Fighting Kentuckian
riginal Vintage Title Card (11x14")

Starring John Wayne, Vera Ralston, Philip Dorn, Oliver Hardy


Terrific vintage title lobby card from the 1955 re-release with great graphics featuring the Duke and Oliver hardy.  Excellent + condition  * See enlargeable image above.

NOTE:  We acquired 7 other lobby cards from this title including three from the 1855 re-release.  Which is significant in that it was ONLY the 1955 lobby card set that included a card with Oliver Hardy, and we have it! (The 1949 set had NO cards with Hardy).    See the other below under, "Other Treasures You May Like"..  

The Fighting Kentuckian (Republic, R-1955). Title Lobby Card (11" X 14"). Western.
Starring John Wayne, Vera Ralston, Philip Dorn, Oliver Hardy, Marie Windsor, John Howard, Hugo Haas, Grant Withers, Odette Myrtil, Paul Fix, Mae Marsh, Jack Pennick, Mickey Simpson, Fred Graham, Mabelle Koenig, Shy Waggner, and Crystal White. Directed by George Waggner. Unrestored title lobby card that displays signs of use.  Excellent + Condition..

John Breen, a Kentucky militiaman, falls in love with French exile Fleurette de Marchand (Vera Ralston). He discovers a plot to steal the land that Fleurette's exiles plan to settle on. Breen is mistaken for a land surveyor and is presented with a theodolite and sets out with Willie (Oliver Hardy) to look as if they are surveying (they do not actually know what to do).

A further pretence occurs when Breen sits on stage with a group of fiddlers and feigns being able to play.

Throughout the film, Breen's soldiers sing:

Only six hundred miles more to go
Only six hundred miles more to go
And if we can just get lucky
We will end up in Kentucky
Only six hundred miles more to go
When the song is first heard, there are eight hundred miles to go (the tune is She'll Be Coming Round the Mountain).

Note: Cvtreasures stamp No on original 

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