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The Boys from Syracuse - Title Lobby Card
Here is the Title Lobby Card from Universal's The Boys from Syracuse (1940). Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.


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Return of Doctor X (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Prominent Actress Found Slain Opening credits and scenes from the Warner Bros. programmer The Return of Doctor X, 1939, directed by Vincent Sherman, featuring Humphrey Bogart in the freaky title role, and here fresh-faced reporter Walt (Wayne Morris) and sultry actress Angela (Lya Lys).
Time Out For Rhythm (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Did Anyone Ever Tell You? Rollicking start, with Rosemary Lane belting a Sammy Cahn-Saul Chaplin original, Richard Lane her agent Mike at the bar with Harvard man Rudy Vallee, then fisticuffs when Princeton arrives, Allen Jenkins the piano player, in Columbia’s Time Out For Rhythm, 1941.
Return of Doctor X (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Start The Transfusion One suspects more than meets the eye, as doctors Rhodes (Dennis Morgan) and Flegg (John Litel) prepare to operate on Joan (Rosemary Lane), in the Warner Bros. programmer The Return of Doctor X, 1939, directed by Vincent Sherman.
Four Daughters (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Right On The Nose Michael Curtiz directing, father (Claude Rains) conducting, Kay (Lane sister Rosemary) singing, Thea (Lola) fretting, Jane (Priscilla) cooking and Emma (Gale Page) assisting, preparing for eligible dinner guest Ben Crowley (Frank McHugh), in Four Daughters, 1938.
Hollywood Hotel (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Mona Marshall In Glamour Girl The real Mona having a tantrum, her stunt double Virginia (Rosemary Lane) has been recruited to stand-in at her premiere, featuring another Louella Parsons appearance, escorted by studio hack Bernie (Allyn Joslyn) and newly signed singer Ronnie (Dick Powell), who doesn’t know about the swap, Ronald Reagan handling introductions, in Warner Bros.’ Hollywood Hotel, 1938.
Hollywood Hotel -- (Movie Clip) Opening Credits Opening credits from Warner Bros.' Hollywood Hotel, 1938, directed by Busby Berkeley, starring Dick Powell and Lola and Rosemary Lane, songs by Dick Whiting and Johnny Mercer.
Daughters Courageous (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Not Enough Enthusiasm Happy mayhem at the Carmel, Ca home of the the Masters sisters, Lola Lane as Linda, Gale Page as Cora, Rosemary Lane as Tinka, greeting Jeffrey Lynn as playwright Johnny, who’s really there to see Buff (Priscilla Lane), May Robson as Penny, early in the non-sequel to Four Daughters(1938), Daughters Courageous, 1939.
Daughters Courageous (1939) -- (Movie Clip) A Well Brought-Up Mother Fay Bainter is mom to the Masters sisters (Lola Lane, Priscilla Lane, Rosemary Lane and Gale Page) of Carmel, Ca, indirectly informing them that Sam, the landlord, has proposed, early in Warner Bros.’ same-cast but not-sequel to the hit Four Daughters from the previous year, Daughters Courageous, 1939.
Daughters Courageous (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Who's Head Of The Family Landlord Sam (Donald Crisp), his proposal accepted by Mrs. Masters (Fay Bainter) is joining the girls (Priscilla Lane, Lola Lane, Rosemary Lane and Gale Page) for a first meal when maid Penny (May Robson) announces dad Jim (Claude Rains), appearing for the first time in 20 years, in Daughters Courageous, 1939.
Oklahoma Kid, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Feel The Air? In Oklahoma, 1893, eve of the Cherokee Strip Land Run, James Cagney appears, an as-yet un-named and unaffiliated cowboy, introducing himself to Rosemary Lane, daughter of the judge (Donald Crisp), annoying Ned (Harvey Stephens) then tangling with the innkeeper (Irving Bacon), early in the Warner Bros. Western The Oklahoma Kid, 1939.
Blackwell's Island (1939) -- (Movie Clip) The Voice Of The People Rapid intro of three top-billed stars, John Garfield as reporter Tim (Joe Cunningham his boss), fired then re-hired for exposing a waterfront racket, meeting nurse Sunny (Rosemary Lane) through her cop brother (Dick Purcell), while trying to visit the bad guy’s victim, in Blackwell’s Island, 1939.
Blackwell's Island (1939) -- (Movie Clip) I Look Like A Waffle Reporter Tim (John Garfield), helped by witness Sunny (Rosemary Lane) and his editor (Joe Cunningham) slugs the D-A (Leon Ames) so he can get into the jail being run by gangster inmate Bull, where neighbor Benny (Charley Foy) shows him some ropes, in Blackwell’s Island, 1939.