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Auction History Result

8h075 ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT 8x10.25 still '30 German injured put on ambulance train!

Date Sold 6/3/2014
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An Original Vintage Theatrical 8" x 10 1/4" [20 x 26 cm] Movie Still (Learn More)

All Quiet on the Western Front, the classic 1930 Lewis Milestone (winner of the Best Director Academy Award for this movie) World War I (WWI) anti-war military melodrama ("At last... The motion picture!"; "Universal all talking picture"; winner of the Best Picture Academy Award; from the equally classic novel by Erich Maria Remarque; the movie is from the point of view of German soldiers, and is rabidly anti-war, both of which made the movie very controversial!) starring Lew Ayres (billed as "Lewis Ayres"), Louis Wolheim (who would have won the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award had there been one in 1930!), John Wray, Arnold Lucy, Ben Alexander, Scott Kolk, Owen Davis Jr., Walter Rogers (billed as "Walter Brown Rogers"), William Bakewell, Russell Gleason, Richard Alexander, Harold Goodwin, Slim Summerville, G. Pat Collins, Beryl Mercer, Yola d'Avril (as the French girl Ayres romances by giving her food), and Raymond Griffith. Note that Zasu Pitts was set to appear in the film, but in early screenings, audience members laughed due to her comedienne status, so she was replaced with Beryl Mercer who later appeared in The Public Enemy! Also note that the one-sheet for this classic movie showed a battle-scarred soldier close up. Many people incorrectly assumed that it is Lew Ayres, the star of the movie. It was actually Walter Browne Rogers, and he was chosen as a "haunted unknown soldier", and in the movie his character is killed early on (and we have seen an article that quotes Lew Ayres as saying that he hoped Rogers would get a break out of this, but Rogers made no more movies after this!).
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Important Added Info: Note that this still measures 8" x 10 1/4" [20 x 26 cm].

Condition: good. There are creases in the top right corner with a 1 1/2" tear to the left of them. There is tiny paper loss in the bottom center and some creases around the edges.
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