Fritz Lang Signed Beckett BAS Autograph Cut Auto Movie Director Rare Metropolis . $580.00 + shipping . BETTY GRABLE - HOLD 'EM JAIL - CAST SHEET - SIGNED - 1932 ...
- Palm Springs, California
Extremely rare vintage original theater-used 11x14-inch lobby card for the 1952 film noir classic Clash by Night, marked #4 from a wider set (not included), signed in blue ballpoint pen along the upper border in the 1970s, with the writing grazing the edge of the card.
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Fritz LANG (1890-1976), filmmaker Original signed photo addressed to French film critic ERIC LEGUEBE : "POUR ERIC LEGUEBE with my best wishes.
- Paris, France
Pinholes to four corners, Pinhole center above main image. corner creasing upper right, small crease under signature, light soiling to white border area in three corners. Fritz Lang, who passed away in 1976, is a very uncommon autograph.
Fritz Lang: Two Signed Letters - Earliest Known, circa 1913. Two signed letters from Fritz Lang, legendary director of such films as Metropolis, M, and Scarlet Street. The first letter, dated October 20, 1913, is from Lang (in Munich) to Mr. Friedl Weiss-Nerley (in Vienna).
Signed-Autograph Very Good LANG, Fritz. Document Signed, Beverly Hills, May 16, 1949. Contract for "House by the River" (based in the 1921 novel "Floodtide" by A.P. Herbert), released in 1950 by Fidelity-Republic, produced by Howard Welsch, starring Louis Hayward, Lee Bowman and Jane Wyatt. 4to, 9pp.
Friedrich Christian Anton "Fritz" Lang (December 5, 1890 – August 2, 1976) was an Austrian-German-American filmmaker, screenwriter, and occasional film producer and actor. One of the best-known émigrés from Germany's school of Expressionism, he was dubbed the "Master of Darkness" by the British Film Institute.
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Frank Strobel (C) conducts the Berlin Rundfunk Symphony Orchestra accompanying a restored version of Fritz Lang's 1927 silent movie 'Metropolis' during a dress rehearsal in Berlin February 12, 2010. The movie is to be broadcast on Friday on a large screen in front of the Brandenburg Gate as part of the 60th Berlinale International Film Festival.