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3a240 DER BERG DES SCHICKSALS German program '24 cool Arnold Fanck mountain climbing movie!

Date Sold 8/12/2012
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An Original Vintage German Film Program (measures 9" x 12" [23 x 30 cm]; 8 pages) (Learn More)

Der Berg des Schicksals (released in the U.S. as "The Peak of Fate"), the 1924 Arnold Fanck German silent mountain climbing adventure melodrama ("If you love thrills don't miss this picture") starring Hannes Schneider, Frieda Richard, Erna Morena, Ingenieur Luis Trenker, and Gustav Oberg. Note that Arnold Fanck was a German director who loved skiing and made many "mountain films" that included skiing sequences. Note that this was one of director Fanck's first movies, and that it predated his association with Leni Riefenstahl by two years. It appears this movie was never released in the U.S. If anyone knows more about this movie, please e-mail us and we will post it here.
Important Added Info: Note that this is a "country of origin" item for this German movie! Note that German programs from the early 1920s are INCREDIBLY scarce, especially from major movies. This is almost certainly because of the great paper shortages in Germany during World War II, during which all earlier paper was recycled, which means virtually no pre-World War II German paper survives. Also note that we have pictured the front cover, and two interior 2-page spreads from this program.

Condition: good to very good. The program is printed on a newsprint like paper and it is fragile around the edges with a few small tears and some separation, but otherwise, it is in pretty nice condition!
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