Two original portrait photographs of Mylène Demongeot, circa 1950s

Paris: N.p., 1950s. Two oversize borderless black-and-white portrait photographs of French actress Mylène Demongeot.

With over 70 films to her credit, Demongeot began acting in the early 1950s, her first film being Léonide Moguy's "Children of Love" (1953). Notable films would follow, including Raymond Rouleau's "The Crucible" (1957), Otto Preminger's "Bonjour tristesse" (1958), André Hunebelle's "Fantômas" film series (1964-1966), and several films in the 1970s and 1980s directed by Marc Simenon.

Approximately 11.5 x 15.25 inches. Good overall, with moderate insect damage on the left edges, curling and brief creases, pinholes, short tears, faint stains. Central images mostly unmarred, most wear could be excised while maintaining uniformity.


[Book #144518]