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ILE DE FRANCE: 1927<br>Movie display sheet

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French Line: An 11" by 14" display sheet for the 1960 action-adventure blockbuster in which the ILE DE FRANCE played a starring role, "The Last Voyage". The theatre card shows the S.S. CLARIDON going down by the bow while lifeboats cluster in the foreground. The caption reads, "Tragedy at Sea as the last survivors take to the lifeboats and the sea claims the once proud ocean queen." When I was a kid I thought this was the greatest movie ever made. I completely identified with little Jill as she clung desperately to debris in her family's wrecked cabin. My heart pounded as Robert Stack and muscle-bound Woody Strode struggled to free Dorothy Malone before the ship sank. My father, who worked for the U.S. State Department at the time, joked that Peace Corps volunteers were used as stunt doubles in the scene where the lounge blows up. I believed him. It wasn't until thirty years later when I met someone whose father actually was a stunt double in the scene that I realized he was kidding. Thanks a lot Dad. By the way, I still love "The Last Voyage". Very good condition with thumbtack holes in the corners.
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