Original Title Card

STOOL PIGEON 28 Title Card Lost Silent Crime Drama Olive Borden, Charles Delaney


STOOL PIGEON 28 Title Card Lost Silent Crime Drama Olive Borden, Charles Delaney
STOOL PIGEON 28 Title Card Lost Silent Crime Drama Olive Borden, Charles Delaney

STOOL PIGEON 28 Title Card Lost Silent Crime Drama Olive Borden, Charles Delaney   STOOL PIGEON 28 Title Card Lost Silent Crime Drama Olive Borden, Charles Delaney
US title lobby card from the lost silent film crime drama, STOOL PIGEON, released in 1928 by Columbia Pictures and directed by Renaud Hoffman. Popular Olive Border stars in this. Underworld story about a boy (Charles Delaney) suspected of being a stool pigeon but in reality is only stealing to give his mother a better life. His devoted girlfriend, Goldie (Borden), tries to help him turn his life around.

The image features a circular vignette depicting. Along with a dramatic scene depicting Jimmy being roughed-up by three thugs including actors Ernie Adams and Al Hill.

Printed for the film's. Theatrical release, this vintage original title lobby card is unrestored and in fine+. A vertical line of discoloration down the left border with a small water stain on the bottom left corner and light signs of wear on the bottom right corner. There are no pinholes, tears, other stains, or other flaws and the color tints are fresh and vibrant without any signs of fading. Provenance: The Morris Everett Jr.

Stool Pigeon is a lost silent film crime drama, as no prints are known to exist. Dark-haired beauty Olive Borden began her career as one of the Sennett Bathing Beauties in 1922 and was soon appearing as a vamp in Hal Roach comedy shorts. Producer Paul Bern chose her for an uncredited role in his film.

She was signed by Fox after being named a WAMPAS Baby Star in 1925 (along with cousin Natalie Joyce). She had starring roles in eleven films at Fox including. Both co-starring her then-boyfriend, George O'Brien. During this time, she worked with some directors who would go on to achieve major fame, including John Ford, Howard Hawks, and Leo McCarey. When Fox cut her salary in 1927, she walked out on her contract.

By this point she was a major star but she found it difficult to make the transition from silent films to "talkies". She worked to get rid of her Southern accent but could not overcome her reputation as being difficult. She was still in demand as an actress, and continued to work for Columbia and RKO. She made several movies in the early 1930's but her career stalled. Her last screen credit came in 1934 in the film Chloe, Love Is Calling You.

She moved to New York, where she had a brief stage career and made a living on the vaudeville circuit. This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Lobby Cards\Originals-United States\Pre-1940".

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  1. FILM TITLE: Stool Pigeon
  2. STUDIO: Columbia Pictures
  3. DIRECTOR: Renaud Hoffman
  4. Modified Item: No
  5. Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  6. Original/Reproduction: Original
  7. ACTORS: Olive Borden, Charles Delaney, Ernie Adams
  8. ITEM: Vintage Original 11x14 U. Lobby Card
  9. NOTEWORTHY: Lost Silent Film
  10. ITEM NUMBER: LC-STOOL-LC1
  11. Country: United States
  12. PROVENANCE: The Morris Everett Jr.

    Collection

  13. LOCATION: LCB-Animation
  14. Year: 1928


STOOL PIGEON 28 Title Card Lost Silent Crime Drama Olive Borden, Charles Delaney   STOOL PIGEON 28 Title Card Lost Silent Crime Drama Olive Borden, Charles Delaney