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2595 VOLTAIRE movie herald '33 Arliss, cool die-cut image!

Date Sold 12/21/2004
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An Original Vintage Theatrical Movie Herald (measures 4.25" x 6"; 4 pages) (Learn More)

Voltaire (also released as "The Affairs of Voltaire"), the 1933 John G. Adolfi France historical author literature biography melodrama ("The Greatest Actor of Today" [plays] "The Greatest Man of His Time"; "The affairs of history's strangest personality."; "A Warner Bros. & Vitaphone Picture"; set in the days before the French Revolution; famous French author Voltaire has fallen out of favor with King Louis XV because he has criticized the court's excesses; a woman whose father was unfairly executed comes to him and asks him to help her regain her father's estate and restore his good name, and Voltaire writes a play that tells the story of her father in an allegory, and it is performed for the King, and it causes him to see the error of his ways, and he restores the young lady's estate!) starring George Arliss (in the title role as Voltaire), Doris Kenyon (as Madame Pompadour, the king's mistress), Margaret Lindsay, Theodore Newton, Alan Mowbray, and Reginald Owen (as Louis XV)
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Important Added Info: This herald was folded in half at one time as was originally intended. Also note that the cover of the herald has a shield die-cut that shows just Arliss' image, and when you open the herald, you see him with Doris Kenyon.

Condition: very good.
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