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Gallaher Ltd Shots From Famous Films 1935 Cigarette Cards

Gallaher Ltd Shots From Famous Films 1935 Cigarette Cards

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Film star or stars with film title at the bottom and plenty of information about the movie stars and the film on the numbered backs. The films include "The Gay Divorce" starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, "Now and Forever"which pictures Gary Cooper and Shirley Temple, "The Scarlet Pimpernel" starring Merle Oberon and Leslie Howard, "Babes in Toyland" featuring comedy legends Laurel and Hardy, "The Night is Young" in which Ramon Navarro is a soldier prince and Evelyn Laye a dancing girl, "The Dictator"starring Madeleine Carroll and Clive Brook, "The Gay Bride" in which Carole Lombard plays a gold-digging vamp and "David Copperfield" which pictures W.C. Fields and child star Freddie Bartholomew