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2t028 BLUE LIGHT German herald 1932 Leni Riefenstahl!'s Das blaue Licht, great images!

Date Sold 1/7/2020
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An Original Vintage Theatrical German Movie Herald (measures 5 1/4" x 7 1/2" [13 x 19 cm]; 8 pages) (Learn More)

Das blaue Licht (released in the U.S. as "Blue Light"), the 1932 Leni Riefestahl German mystery fantasy adventure melodrama (a heavily symbolic mystical story of a girl who lives in the German mountains, and there is one specific mountain that no one has ever been able to climb, and then she does, which causes her village to label her a witch, but she tells them of a cave filled with jewels at the top of the mountain, and they proceed to take all the jewels, which causes the girl to kill herself in protest) starring Leni Riefenstahl, Mathias Wieman, Beni Fuhrer, Max Holzboer, Martha Mair, and Franz Maldacea. Note that this movie is extremely historically significant! Leni Riefenstahl had been an actress in German movies since 1926, but after gaining notice in movies such as "The White Hell of Pitz Palu" in 1929, she was given the chance to both direct and star in this movie in 1932. Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels were very much impressed by the movie, and it was because of this movie that she was later hired by them to make first "Triumph of the Will" and then "Olympia".
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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 is a "country of origin" item for this German movie! Also note that this German herald measures 5 1/4" x 7 1/2" [13 x 19 cm].

Condition: very good to fine.
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