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    Louise Brooks in Diary of a Lost Girl (Favorite Film, 1929). German Lobby Card (8" X 10. 5", Mounted 9.5" X 12").
    Double weight, satin finish German lobby card. One of the most influential actresses of the Jazz Age, Louise Brooks was a true trendsetter, in many ways creating the "flapper" style, complete with bobbed hair cut, that has come to epitomize the era. An extremely talented, intelligent, and, indeed, controversial actress, she burned many bridges in Hollywood, and even left the United States to make films in Europe, a period during which many consider she produced her very best work. This extremely rare lobby card presents Brooks at her best. It has light creasing, an embossed censor stamp and studio stamp in the bottom right, and archive stamps on the verso. The 8" X 10.5" photo has been mounted with archival tape on the verso to a photographic paper "frame." Very Fine.


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    November, 2014
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