NAZI AGENT (1942)

Dassin, Jules (director)

Published by MGM, 1942
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Vintage original 27 x 41" (68 x 102 cm.) one sheet poster, USA. Conrad Veidt, Ann Ayars, Frank Reicher, Dorothy Tree, dir: Jules Dassin, MGM. This atmospheric tale of espionage was director Jules Dassin first time out as a feature director. So impressive was the tension of his award winning short, THE TELL-TALE HEART, that MGM felt he was ready for this story of German-born identical twins, one loyal to America and the other a Nazi official. The poster is one of the most atmospheric and least typical of MGM, using strong graphics and color as opposed to the studio's signature white background with red or blue font. Great portrait of Veidt at the time he was most popular in American films. Wonderful stone litho. Poster is on linen and has had a bit of expert touch-up to the folds and fold junctions, minor border/edge tears and corner pinholes addressed and touched up. ABOUT FINE. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: NAZI AGENT (1942)
Publisher: MGM
Publication Date: 1942
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