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Appears in Drive-In Movie Posters

The image at right appears in the book we published as shown above. While we once owned this item, we did not auction it through (which is why no price or date is listed) nor do we have it available for purchase.

Born to Be Loved, the 1959 Hugo Haas bad-girl-in-trouble romantic comedy melodrama ("Who could she turn to in the city's crowded jungle?"; "The eager middle-aged man who wanted to 'help'?"; "The wise girls... who knew the ropes?"; "The boy with a promise in his eyes?"; "She was Born to be Loved but afraid to try!!!"; "Hear two new hits!"; "Some girls are made for love... Some girls are afraid of it... Which was she...? Born to be lonely or... Born to be Loved"; also written and produced by Hugo Haas), starring Carol Morris ("Miss Universe of 1957"), Barbara Jo Allen (billed as "Vera Vague"), Hugo Haas, Dick Kallman (billed as "Introducing Dick Kallman The New Singing Sensation!"), and Jacqueline Fontaine. Note that star/director Hugo Haas was a native of Czechoslovakia, and in 1937, he wrote the screenplay for a movie, "Skeleton on Horseback", based on a play by Karel Capek (best remembered as the author of "R.U.R.", the first literary mention of robots), and that movie was obviously intended as an allegory against Hitler and fascism. When Hitler invaded Czechoslovakia right after the movie was made, Haas fled to the United States, but he never achieved major prominence in movies, although he is well remembered for directing a series of movies about an old man in love with a young beautiful woman (starring Haas himself, with a series of "bad girls", including Cleo Moore)!
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