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Sack Film
[New York]: Sack Film, [1948]. 41 x 27" (102 x 68 cm.) one sheet poster, USA. Bob Howard, Noble Sissle and Orchestra, dir: George Quigley and Arthur Leonard; Sack. On archival linen, with conservation done to address wear at cross folds and borders, VERY GOOD-. An intriguing and extremely scarce poster. This appears to be a second release of a film originally titled MISTAKEN IDENTITY. Reference materials on this film alternately suggest that it was either first released in 1941 or 1944. No original advertising paper from either of those presumed earlier releases has ever surfacedâ€"and this poster is, in fact, the only paper which this cataloguer has ever seen from any release of this film. The normally definitive AFI online catalog is decidedly uncertain in its listing for this title: "No contemporary information was found regarding the release date of Mistaken Identity , but it is presumed to be the early 1940s. Modern sources list the release year as 1941. The viewed print was a 1948 re-release version entitled Murder with Music . The re-released film contained added footage, additional characters and new musical numbers. The onscreen credits for Murder with Music were identical to those of Mistaken Identity, with the following exceptions: Murder with Music did not contain Arthur Leonard's co-producer and co-director credit; John Visconti was credited as co-photographer; Gus Smith was credited, along with Victor Vicas and Norman Borisoff, for writing the screenplay; Sidney Easton and Gus Smith replaced Skippy Williams in the 'Original Music' credit (although Williams was … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Walter Reuben, Inc., ABAA, ILAB [West Hollywood, CA, U.S.A.]
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