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Flying Ace Original Vintage Movie Poster Three Sheet 1926

$2,350.00

Original vintage Movie black ethnic Memorabilia Aviation Collectibles For Sale  
The Flying Ace, 1926

Original Vintage Movie Poster 3 Sheet (41x81")

 

This incredible rare vintage movie poster is truly an incredible find! The artwork and graphics on this aviation and all black cast poster is nothing less then breath-taking. When it comes to gorgeous artwork this may be one of the most spectacular posters we've ever acquired! But, don't take our word for it, look at the large photo image. And. this 90+ year old poster is in amazingly excellent + Un-Restored condition (especially for three sheet which usually incur more wear and damage).   100% Un-Restored.   Also, the last oneof these we had , did not line up after linen backing because often three sheet sections are printed separately.  BUT, as you can see in the enlargeable images above and below, all three pieces line up nicely!

The Flying Ace (Norman, 1926). Three Sheet (41" X 81"). Black Films. Starring Lawrence Criner, Kathryn Boyd, Steve Reynolds, Boise De Legge, Harold Platts, Lions Daniels, and George Colvin. Directed by Richard E. Norman

Released in 1926, starring Lawrence Criner and Kathryn Boyd, two established Black actors, this film was a major hit for Norman Studios. Criner played a World War I fighter pilot who returns home a hero. Peg Reynolds was Criner's side kick and together they rescue Boyd and her father from railroad thieves. The film boasted death defying feats in "the greatest airplane thriller ever filmed," but in reality, Norman shot all the airplane scenes with the plane on the ground. Even so, the film was a sensation and grossed close to $20,000 through Norman's distribution efforts

Norman Studios of Florida was famous for their all-black-cast films in the 1920s and are remembered also for their gorgeous stone litho posters. This beautiful example 3 sheet stone litho poster, starring Lawrence Criner and Kathryn Boyd, was produced by the Richey Litho Co.,

The Flying Ace (Norman, 1926). Three Sheet (41" X 78").
Released in 1926, and starring Lawrence Criner and Kathryn Boyd, this film was a major hit for Norman Studios. Criner plays a World War I fighter pilot who returns home a hero. Peg Reynolds is Criner's sidekick, and together they rescue Boyd and her father from railroad thieves. The film boasts death defying feats in "the greatest airplane thriller ever filmed," but in reality, Norman shot all the airplane scenes with the plane on the ground. Even so, the film was a sensation, and grossed close to $20,000, which in today's money is more than a quarter million dollars, through Norman's distribution efforts. The poster shows minor edge wear with some fold wear with minor crossfold separati