ACROSS TO SINGAPORE Long Daybill Movie poster 1928 E.Brown art

Price: AUD $450.00

Original Australian hand litho long daybill approximately 15" x 40" , folded as issued, fine – very fine condition for its age (see enlarged photo).
Artwork by E.Brown
"Long" daybills were produced in Australia until 1941 when they were replaced by the more familiar smaller format. Long daybills varied in widths from approximately 15 inches wide x approximately 40 inches in height. The measurements given in the descriptions are appoximate to the nearest inch.


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Across to Singapore (1928)

Directed by William Nigh.

With Joan Crawford, Frank Currier, Ernest Torrence

Across to Singapore is a 1928 American silent romantic drama film directed by William Nigh, and starring Ramon Novarro and Joan Crawford. The plot involves a love triangle between a woman and two brothers, set on board ship and in Singapore. The screenplay was written by Ted Shane based on the novel All the Brothers Were Valiant by Ben Ames Williams.
This was the second film based on this novel; the first was All the Brothers Were Valiant, and it was remade again in 1953 as All the Brothers Were Valiant.



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