LOLA LANE Let's Pretend We're Sweethearts 1936 Original 1-Sheet MOVIE POSTER is a vintage ORIGINAL item from 1930's. It's has beautiful colors. It's a poster measuring 27" x 41". It is amazing with bright VIVID colors and some slight edgewear and creases from length.

This is an ORIGINAL item that is 80 YEARS OLD!!! It was used to promote the 1936 film,

In Paris, A.W.O.L.

re-issue title: "

Let's Pretend Were Sweethearts"

Directed by: Roland D. Reed

Screenplay by: Ewart Adamson

While attending a show, a World War I veteran has a flashback to his days as a vaudeville performer: When the veteran's female vaudeville partner accuses his male partner of helping to steal a necklace, the male partner breaks off his relationship with her because she is too attentive to another man. The veteran and his male partner then join the army entertainment unit, and the male partner is about to marry another woman when his old love appears, performing in a Paris show to entertain soldiers. The veteran intervenes to reunite his old friends. During a bombing, the woman is caught in a scuffle with the other man in a cellar shelter. The male partner rescues her by fighting her assailant and then proves the man is a German spy. Declared a hero, the male partner wins back his old sweetheart.


Lola Lane ... Lola
Irene Ware ... Constance
Lawrence Gray ... Buddy
Chick Chandler ... Eddie
George Meeker ... David
Sam Lee ... Vaudeville Act (as Shaw and Lee)
Al Shaw ... Vaudeville Act (as Shaw and Lee)
Richard Tucker ... Army Officer
Jack La Rue ... Soldier
George Humbert ... Performer
John Kelly ... Performer
Junior Schiemph ... Soldier
Marty Brooks ... Soldier (as Matty Brooks)

This poster has stunning artwork and is a Fantastic Find for the TRUE Lola Lane fan or an early Movie Musicals Movie Poster Collector.

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MORE INFO ON LOLA LANE: Actress; one of the Lane Sisters. (See also Priscilla Lane and Rosemary Lane.) Typically a hard-edged gal in movies, she was nevertheless more famous for a series of Warner Bros. tearjerkers with sisters Rosemary Lane and Priscilla Lane. Married five times. No children. Played vaudeville and appeared on Broadway with sister Leota Lane. At age 12 was playing piano for a silent screen movie house.

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Item #BMM0003120