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Lot #: 253 S.O.S. ICEBERG linen 1sheet

Date Sold 12/1/1997
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An Original Vintage Linenbacked One-Sheet Movie Poster (1sh) (Learn More)

S.O.S. Iceberg (released in a German language version as "S.O.S. Eisberg"; see the end of this entry for more on this), the 1933 Tay Garnett German/U.S. Greenland airplane aviation plane crash disaster adventure thriller ("TRAPPED!"; "TRAPPED on a crumbling iceberg in the heart of the Arctic with five desperate men, a beautiful, cultured woman learned that savagery still exists... That hunger, cold and fear were but fuel to primitive emotion!"; "See staggering drama roaring out of the Arctic!"; "See an expedition - lost at top of the world, drifting to doom on an iceberg - food supply gone - their wireless smashed - fighting each other to survive!"; "See a girl on a rescue flight crash into a wall of ice!"; "See the birth of an iceberg!"; "See the fall to death between ice crags!"; "See man facing beast in terrific battle for life!"; based on the real life story of the Wegener polar expedition of 1929-30, in which most of the people died, and this movie imagines that a female aviator, based on Amelia Earhart, and played by Riefenstahl, flies a plane to try to rescue them and crashes into an iceberg, stranding her along with the members of the expedition, and native Eskimos paddle to them in kayaks and rescue them!) starring Rod La Rocque, Leni Riefenstahl (movie actress who became a director for Hitler and made "Triumph of the Will" and "Olympiad"), Sepp Rist, Gibson Gowland, and Max Holzboer. Note that there is both this English language version and also a German language version of this movie that were filmed at the exact same time. The main difference between the two versions is that Tay Garnett directed the English language version, which starred Rod La Rocque, and that Arnold Fanck directed the German language version, which starred Gustav Diessl, but Leni Riefenstahl and most of the other cast members appeared in both versions. Other movies from around this time had both German and English language versions, most notably "The Blue Angel". The rise to power of the Nazi party (and their policies) brought an end to these co-productions. Also note that Arnold Fanck was a German director who loved skiing and made many "mountain films" that included skiing sequences.
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