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3p192 ANNA KARENINA Argentinean R60s beautiful Greta Garbo, Fredric March, Freddie Bartholomew

Date Sold 9/9/2012
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An Undated (probably 1960s) Re-Release Vintage Theatrical Folded Argentinean Movie Poster (measures 29 1/4" x 43 1/2" [74 x 110 cm]) (Learn More)

Anna Karenina, the 1935 Clarence Brown Russia romantic marriage melodrama (based on the novel by Leo Tolstoy; produced by David O. Selznick) starring Greta Garbo (in the title role as Anna Karenina), Fredric March (as Vronsky), Freddie Bartholomew ("[David Copperfield]"), Maureen O'Sullivan, Basil Rathbone, Reginald Denny, and Mischa Auer. Note that this had been one of Greta Garbo's biggest hits in 1927 when it was titled "Love", as a silent movie, and she remade it in 1935, replacing John Gilbert with Fredric March.
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Condition: good to very good. There is much separation along the vertical fold at upper center and there is some tattering along the foldlines and around the edges of the poster. The poster is otherwise in pretty nice condition and if one chose to have it linenbacked it would look great!
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