Universal City, CA: Universal Pictures, 1942. Vintage lobby card from the US release of the 1942 film "Saboteur."
An high spot among Hitchcock's early thrillers, and the director's only collaboration with author Dorothy Parker, who contributed to the screenplay. This particular film included much more location shooting than most of the director's pictures, including Boulder Dam, locations in New York City including Radio City Music Hall and Rockefeller Center, and of course Liberty Island for the famed closing scene on the Statue of Liberty.
Tiny hole at the right margin (image not affected), small tear at the top right corner, a couple of tiny pinholes at corners, cello tape reinforcement along two edges of the verso. Presents well. Very Good plus overall.
Hitchcock Gallery 5655. Grant US. Selby US. Spicer US.