ORIGINAL HERALD FOR THE 1932 FILM "ARSENE LUPIN" Maurice LeBlanc, Jack Conway, novels, director.
ORIGINAL HERALD FOR THE 1932 FILM "ARSENE LUPIN"

ORIGINAL HERALD FOR THE 1932 FILM "ARSENE LUPIN"

N.P. Metro Goldwyn Mayer, 1932. Item #531

Fine. Single sheet of ivory paperstock printed in blue and green, folded once. An original American advertising herald for the 1932 film "Arsene Lupin," measuring 4.5 X 5.5 inches. Lupin was a gentleman-thief who was a master of disguise, created by French author Maurice LeBlanc. He made his first appearance in 1905 in "L'arrestation d'Arséne Lupin". The 1932 Jack Conway picture is perhaps the best-known adaptation of LeBlanc's character to the screen, an early talkie starring John and Lionel Barrymore and Karen Morely. An attractive piece of ephemera, and quite scarce.

Price: $150.00

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