Paris: Filmsonor, 1955. Collection of 17 original single weight still photographs from the 1955 French-West German film. Starring actress Hold is seen in heated embrace and anxiously gazing off-camera, with portraits of Isabelle Pia and Hold, and images of Vidal and Vaneck together. Mimeo snipe on the verso of a small Hold portrait, and on the verso of eight are numerical annotations in holograph pencil, and pictured actors' names and film title in holograph ink, and a few with a rubberstamp crediting director, film title, and starring actors.
One photo shown. Please inquire for others.
Based on Mendelssohn's 1935 novel, "Douloureuse Arcadie." Shot in both French and German versions, each with a different cast, except Hold in the lead role. Vincent Loringer is attending a Bavarian boarding school, where he meets mysterious, ghostly Marianne. Director Duvivier's others include "Pépé le Moko" (1937), "Maria Chapdelaine" (1934), and "Panique" (1946)
Set in Bavaria, shot there on location.
Photos range from 3.25 x 4.5 inches to 7 x 9.5 inches, several with small white borders. Very Good plus, light curling, and a few faint creases.