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Original extremely rare lobby card
(May 6, 1913 – August 16, 1993)
Stewart Granger, born James Lablache Stewart, was an English film actor, mainly associated with heroic and romantic leading roles. He was a popular leading man from the 1940s to the 1960s.
From the series issued 1950s and beginning of 1960s
in very small number of copies,
probable much less than 100 copies.
For condition see scanned images.
Size: 5,8 x 8,5 cm.
Anonymously published in Belgrade by Yugoslav Film Archive.
Each card has contemporary handwritten number on the back.
Yugoslav Film Archive (Serbian: ????????????? ???????? / Jugoslovenska kinoteka) is a national film archive located in Belgrade (Serbia) and member of the
International Federation of Film Archives.
The library was founded in 1949. and has one of the world’s most important collection of early and classical movies.
The card is from the archive of the film magazine Filmska kultura which has been issued at Zagreb since 1957 untill 1990’s.
It was most significant and Balkan’s and Yugoslavian longest lived movie magazine ever.
Editors were: Fadil Hadžic, Stevo Ostojic, Fedor Hanžekovic and Mira Boglic.
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