Vintage original 11 x 14 28 x 36 cm. Dewey "Pigmeat" Markham, John Murray, Percy Verwayen, David Bethea, dir: Sam Newfield; Toddy Pictures.
Comedy horror story which is considered a lost film. There were songs included: "Take Me", "Hard Luck Blues" and "A Brown Skin Gal is the Best Gal After All".
The white audience discovered him in the 1960s after he performed his famous "Heyeah come da judge" routine on the NBC show Laugh-In. He recorded that routine with a funk musical background in 1968 -- and some authorities have cited that record as a precursor of rap music.There is one tear to middle blank right margin mended with archival paper, NEAR FINE. It must come back in the same condition as it was sent. AUTHENTICATION: My name is Walter Reuben. I have been collecting movie posters since 1978. I have been a full-time dealer since 1982. Everything which I sell is fully researched and entirely guaranteed to be completely authentic and as described. A lifetime of experience goes behind every description of every piece which I offer.
ABOUT ME: For further information, go to the ABOUT ME. The item "FIGHT THAT GHOST (1946) Vintage original title lobby card ft. Pigmeat Markham NF" is in sale since Saturday, May 4, 2019. This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Lobby Cards\Originals-United States\1940-49". The seller is "walterfilmusa" and is located in Los Angeles, California.
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