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4t051 AND THEN THERE WERE NONE pressbook '75 Ten Little Indians!

Date Sold 4/16/2009
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An Original Vintage Theatrical Movie Pressbook (pb; measures 11" x 17"; 6 pages). Also included is an ad supplement that has 2 pages (Learn More)

Ein Unbekannter Rechnet Ab (released in the U.S. in 1975 as "Ten Little Indians" and in other English-speaking as "And Then There Were None"), the 1974 Peter Collinson French/German/Italian/Spanish murder crime mystery thriller ("The were all invited to a party... But it was really an invitation to a murder... Their own!"; "Agatha Christie, the great myster-writer. 'Ten Little Indians' her greatest mystery. The who's next whodunit."; "There's nothing like a star-studded 'Agatha Christie' house party to give you the mystery surprise of your life. You are cordially invited..."; based on the novel 'Ten Little Indians' by Agatha Christie) starring Oliver Reed ("Accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend"), Elke Sommer ("Accused of poisoning her sister's fiance"), Richard Attenborough ("Accused of condemning an innocent man"), Stephane Audran ("Accused of sending her husband to his death"), Herbert Lom ("Accused of killing his patient"), Gert Froebe ("Accused of a lie that caused a man's death"), Maria Rohm ("Accused of killing her wealthy employer"), Adolfo Celi ("Accused of ordering 5 soldiers to death"), Alberto De Mendoza ("Accused of murdering the man he worked for"), Charles Aznavour ("Accused of being a hit-and-run killer"), and featuring the voices of Orson Welles. Note that this book was originally published in 1939 as "Ten Little Niggers", taken from the nursery rhyme that had been written many years before. That title was already offensive in the U.S., and the title was changed to "And Then There Were None" for the U.S. publication, and for the 1945 film version that followed (that is the final line of the nursery rhyme). In England, the book title was later changed to "Ten Little Indians", and in 1965, an English remake was given that title, as were several other remakes. This 1975 remake was given the name of the 1945 U.S. movie. Ironically, the name "Ten Little Indians" is now itself "politically incorrect", so that name also is no longer used.
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Important Added Info: Note that pressbooks were prepared prior to a movie being released. Often, changes would be made in a movie advertising campaign (billing of actors, different images, etc.), and the theaters would print up special supplements that they would send out with the pressbooks that had already been printed. These supplements are very rare, far more rare than the pressbooks themselves! Some pressbooks would have no supplements, some would have one, and some would have several.

Condition: very good to fine, NO CUTS. Note that we have provided an image of the front and back covers of the pressbook, plus an image of any supplements or heralds (if there are any included with this pressbook), but of course, the winner of this auction will receive the entire single pressbook we are selling (plus any supplements or heralds described above)! Also note that this pressbook is complete and uncut! Given that theater owners purchased pressbooks partly in order to create their newspaper advertising, and quite frequently cut them up for that purpose, it is rare to find a pressbook that IS complete and uncut!
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