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    Fair People (Ondra-Lamac-Film GmbH, 1930). Swedish One Sheet (27" X 41"). Anny Ondra, the star of this lost film (original title: "Die vom Rummelplatz"), had an extensive career in Europe during the 1920s and 30s. Particularly noted for her many comedic roles, she is best known to contemporary audiences as Kate Cregeen in "The Manxman" (1929) and Alice White in "Blackmail" (1929), both directed by Alfred Hitchcock. During her career, Ondra made nearly 100 films, many of them with director Carl Lamac, to whom she was married for a time. She divorced Lamac in the early 1930s, and married boxer Max Schmeling in 1933, with whom she remained until her death in 1987. This film, about a young girl who returns home from school to her circus family and finds love with a local theatrical agent, was one of the first made under the banner of Ondra and Lamac's own production company, and was extensively marketed in Germany, Czechoslovakia, France and Austria. Interestingly, this colorful one sheet features Mickey Mouse quite prominently, just two years after his introduction in 1928's "Steamboat Willie," in what must be a very early, and very unlicensed, appearance. This exceptional poster, an absolute must for Disney collectors, is perfectly flawless and unfolded. Only the fact that it has been mounted on linen keeps it from an even higher grade. Very Fine/Near Mint on Linen.

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