83314: Man to Man (Universal, 1922). One Sheet (27" X 4
Man to Man (Universal, 1922). One Sheet (27" X 41").
Rugged, baritone voiced Harry Carey was the perfect choice for Hollywood Westerns and outdoor adventures, and earned immense popularity as the "good" outlaw Cheyenne Harry, a series that lasted thirty years. In Man to Man, Carey plays the idle, squandering son of a wealthy Arizona rancher. When his father dies, Carey returns home to claim the ranch and his inheritance, but in order to do so, he must contend with his cantankerous grandfather. All this, and the hero still finds time to woo lovely Lillian Rich, a neighboring rancher. Carey and Rich find themselves in the middle of thunderous stampede on this exceptional stone litho one sheet, a first time offer from Heritage. Minor handling includes pinholes in the corners, edge wear, fold wear with tears, slight paper loss at the edges, fold separation, and creasing in the right border. Fine+.