Paris: Filmsonor, 1962. Original black-and-white borderless still photograph from the 1962 French-Italian film. Costarring actors Alain Delon, Georges Wilson, and Madeleine Robinson share a drink in the segment, "Tes pere et mere honoreras" (Honor they Father and Mother). Rubber-stamped "Photo LIMOT," and numerical notation in holograph pencil, on the verso.
An epic comedy on the Book of Exodu's most epic tale, with elements based on David Alexander's novel, "Murder Points a Finger" (1953). Over a series of 8 episodes, various commandments are portrayed by prominent European actors, including Mel Ferrer, Louis de Funés, Danielle Darrieux, Charles Azvanour, Fernandel, and Dany Saval.
Photographer Limot's debut film was "They Were Five" (1936), another Duvivier film, followed by work with notable directors like Sascha Guitry, Christian-Jaque, Henri Verneuil, and Marcel Carné.
7 x 9.25 inches. Near Fine.