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Auction History Result

2t034 LOVE German herald 1928 different art of Greta Garbo as Anna Karenina embracing John Gilbert!

Date Sold 1/7/2020
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An Original 1928 (from the first release of this movie in Germany) Vintage Theatrical German Movie Herald (measures 3 1/4" x 4 3/4" [8 x 12 cm]; 4 pages) (Learn More)

Love (released in other countries as "Anna Karenina"), the 1927 Edmund Goulding silent Russia nobility romantic love triangle melodrama ("The stars of 'Flesh and the Devil' - together again!"; the first MGM adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina"; the studio wanted a more glamorous title, and they pretty much threw away most of the novel as well, but the fans just wanted to see Garbo and Gilbert together) starring John Gilbert, Greta Garbo (as Anna Karenina), George Fawcett, Emily Fitzroy, Brandon Hurst, and Philippe De Lacy. Note that the source novel ends tragically, but MGM was afraid that would be too depressing for American audiences, so they filmed two endings to the movie, and used the original ending for the European release, but had a silly "happy ending" for the American release, where Garbo and Gilbert's characters end up happily married! Also note that the movie was remade nine years later under its original title, and this time it was much more faithful to the book, with Garbo again in the lead role, playing opposite Fredric March.
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Important Added Info: Note that this is an incredibly rare German herald from World War II or earlier. Virtually none of these heralds survive from any movie, surely because of Germany's massive paper shortages during World War II! Also note that this German herald measures 3 1/4" x 4 3/4" [8 x 12 cm].

Condition: very good to fine.
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