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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19TH)Sei donne per l'assassino (Blood and Black Lace), 1964 - German lobby card 19TH_Sei donne per l'assassino (Blood and Black Lace), 1964 - German lobby card_2

On set of “Black Sunday/The Mask of Satan” by Mario Bava!

Mario Bava and Barbara Steele on the set of “Black Sunday/The Mask of Satan” (1960).
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Barbara Steele on the set of Mario Bava's 'Black Sunday', 1960.
Mario Bava and Barbara Steele on the set of The Mask of Satan (1960)

Tribute to Mario Bava !

Italian director Mario Bava joking around with French actress Jacqueline Pierreux (mother of  Jean-Pierre Leaud) during the filming of BLACK SABBATH (1963).

Mario Bava (31 July 1914 – 25 April 1980) was an Italian director, screenwriter, special effects artist and cinematographer from the “golden age” of Italian horror films. His work kick-started the giallo film genre and the modern “slasher film”. Italian director Mario Bava joking around with French actress Jacqueline Pierreux (mother of  Jean-Pierre Leaud) during the filming of BLACK SABBATH (1963). Unknown photographer.
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