He Was Her Man (Warner Bros.) (1934)

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¢ JIMMY AND JOAN--IN A STORY THAT DEMANDED THEY BE TEAMED AGAIN! While her bridegroom waited, they kissed goodbye... She loved him too much to let him know it was her wedding day... He was too good a sport to tell her he was going to meet his executioner! THRILL AFTER THRILL Topped with the Greatest Emotional Climax Since ‘'The Public Enemy’’ Ll Jimmy as a marked man— Joan as a branded woman J A —in their first big hit to| AA he S C A ir A = y gether since ‘Crowd ai a Sey THEATRE VICTOR JORY + FRANK CRAVEN Warner Bros.’ Dramatic Thrill 596 Lines Mat No. 15—40c See next page for this ad in 3-column size. Page Nine