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Auction History Result

BLONDE CAPTIVE R30s, , linen, 1sheet

Date Sold 1/1/1993
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A 1930s Re-Release Vintage Theatrical Movie One-sheet (Learn More)

The Blonde Captive, the 1931 Clifton Childs (or Clinton Childs) & Paul Withington Australian/U.S. Aborigine exploitation jungle adventure thriller ("The story of a white woman lost among the oldest living race!"; "Captured by cavemen!"; "An absolutely authentic amazing adventure!"; "The strongest warrior won her for his bride!"; "Harpooning the Dugong"; "The Ceremony of the Breaking of the Teeth"; "The Blonde Captive Waves Farewell to Civilization!"; "Under the Auspices of The National Research Council of Australia"; "Produced by Northern Australia Expedition Syndicate") featuring Clifton Childs (or Clinton Childs), and Paul Withington, with dialogue and narration by Lowell Thomas ("The Voice of the Literary Digest"). Note that there are U.S. posters for this movie that do not have a studio listed, but say "William Pizor presents", and there are also lobby cards, a pressbook, and a glass slide that are identified as being from Columbia Pictures. It appears that after the great success of "Africa Speaks" in 1931, Pizor discovered that in 1928/1929 Paul Withington (an anthropology professor at Harvard) and Clifton Childs (an Australian archeologist) had organized an expedition to the Australian Aboriginal territories. The footage these men had filmed, combined with new (and likely "faked") footage, was used to create a wild exploitation movie called "The Blonde Captive" which was released on December 30th of 1931 (or perhaps February of 1932). A resourceful collector discovered two early 1932 newspaper articles which state that Columbia purchased the distribution rights from William Pizor after it's New York premiere.
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