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    Peter Vok's Harem (Barrandowie, 1971). Polish One Sheet A1 Vertical (23" X 32"). Comedy. Starring Milos Kopecky, Pavel Landovsky. Directed by Karel Stekly. The distinctive style of Polish great, Andrzej Krajewski. This is a Czech film about Peter Vok (1539-1611), the last member of the House of Rosenberg. Vok was a Czech nobleman and a widely known eccentric aristocrat. There are minor tears in the border. Great fresh color. Rolled, Very Fine/Near Mint.

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    August, 2007
    19th Sunday
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