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original poster for Twentieth Century (1934)

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John Barrymore scolds Carole Lombard in a screencap from Twentieth Century (1934)

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one of the original posters for Twentieth Century (1934)

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John Barrymore and Carole Lombard in an original publicity still for Twentieth Century (1934)

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The OJ initials are for Broadway director Oscar Jaffe in Twentieth Century (1934).  His discovery, Carole Lombard, is not impressed,

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Carole Lombard and John Barrymore face off on the Twentieth Century (1934), a luxury, first class railroad line of the day.

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Carole Lombard and John Barrymore are a perfect couple in Twentieth Century (1934).  It was John’s best performance in a sound film, and it was Carole’s big break.

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the camera meets the two lovebirds on the floor in a screencap from Twentieth Century (1934)

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another style of original poster for Twentieth Century (1934)

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black and white version of an original poster for Twentieth Century (1934)

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John Barrymore as theater director Oscar Jaffe in a screencap from Twentieth Century (1934)

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John Barrymore as stage director Oscar Jaffe in a screencap from Twentieth Century (1934).  He was “The Great Profile” and one of the biggest stars of the silent era, but this is his only worthy starring role in a talking picture.  His only other good talkies are Grand Hotel and Midnight, neither of which he receives top billing.

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Carole Lombard and John Barrymore in a screencap from Twentieth Century (1934)

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Carole Lombard and John Barrymore in a screencap from Twentieth Century (1934)

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John Barrymore and Carole Lombard in a screencap from Twentieth Century (1934)