German poster of “Ivan the Terrible”

Ivan the Terrible, Part II (Sergei Eisenstein, 1958) German design by Isolde Monson-Baumgart. 
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Germann Lobby Cards for Blood & Black Lace

German Lobby Cards for “Sei donne per l’assassino” (Blood and Black Lace – 1964, directed by Mario Bava). 
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F. W Murnau, a portrait in 1927

F. W Murnau, sharply dressed, in 1927. Unknown photographer.
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Murnau Always sharply dressed. Circa 1927.

Brigitte Helm from Metropolis – by Lucien Lorelle

Lucien Lorelle (1894, Paris – 1968) is one of the biggest photographers of the 20th century.
He shot portraits of many famous artists of his decade including Marie Glory, Martine Carol, Dominique Wilms, Micheline Presle, Danièle Darrieux, Albert Préjean, Jean Cocteau, Gérard Philipe, Madeleine Robinson, Madeleine Sologne, Serge Reggiani, Jean Marais, Michel Simon, Jean Gabin, Janine Grenet. He also did some ad campaigns for Galerie LaFayette and l’Oréal.
Here is the portrait he shot of Brigitte Helm back in 1929, mostly remembered as Maria and her robot in Fritz Lang’s Metropolis.
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