DescriptionThe White Hell of Pitz Palu (Universal, R-1935). German Lobby Card (9.25" X 11.75").
A chilling movie starring famed German film-maker Leni Riefenstahl, this is the story of a man (Gustav Diessl) who loses his wife on a mountain climbing expedition. After encountering two other mountaineers (Riefenstahl and Ernst Petersen), the trio is trapped in an ice cave during a storm. Riefenstahl appeared in several of director Arnold Fanck's mountaineering pictures before turning to directing herself, under Fanck's mentorship. This exquisite lobby card has pinholes in the corners, corner bumps, bends in the top corners, and a slightly off-register image. In addition to the H. T. Film logo in the lower right and the Nord Film logo in the lower left, the card also bears an embossed Filmprufstelle Berlin stamp in the right side. This silver gelatin double weight card is from the 1935 sound release. Fine/Very Fine.
Estimate: $400 - up.
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