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    Edgar G. Ulmer Photo Archive and Poster for Antinea. This massive collection of photographs and slides includes a framed portrait of Arianne, age 10, taken by Ulmer and personally developed in his studio; five shots of Ulmer directing Arianne on the set of The Strange Woman (1946); two shots of Ulmer with wife Shirley; framed photo of Ulmer, Shirley, and Arianne in London, circa 1952; and a box of 159 Ulmer family slides. They are accompanied by Ulmer's one-sheet poster for Antinea (1961), measuring an impressive 38" x 53.5" in metal frame. The items are in overall Very Fine to Excellent condition. From the Edgar G. Ulmer Preservation Corp. Accompanied by an LOA from Arianne Ulmer Cipes. Requires third party shipping.

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    This massive collection of photographs and slides includes a framed portrait of Arianne, age 10, taken by Ulmer and personally developed in his studio, measuring 9.5" x 11" and matted into 15" x 18" wooden frame; five shots of Ulmer directing Arianne on the set of The Strange Woman (1946); two shots of Ulmer with wife Shirley; 3.25" x 4.25" metal-framed photo of Ulmer, Shirley, and Arianne in London, circa 1952, when Arianne was attending the Royal Academy; and a box of Ulmer family slides, 159 in all, in a 10.5" x 11" metal box (includes pictures of New York, Palm Springs, view of city from house, and much more; shots listed by index and numbers inside case). Fine to Excellent condition. Also, Ulmer's one sheet poster for Antinea, aka L'Atlantide, aka Journey Beneath the Desert -- a 1961 French/Italian costumer about a vampy queen of Atlantis. Ulmer took over the film from a dying Frank Borzage and his challenges included Haya Harareet (who played Queen Antinea), who was cold to her director and who was frightened of her pet leopard in the film. Poster has everything expected of a 1960s over-the-top "epic" -- a huge likeness of Ms. Harareet in all her temptress finery, dancing girls, the leopard, etc., all in vivid color and measuring an impressive 38" x 53.5" in metal frame. For all his miseries on the film, Ulmer displayed this poster in his home, and it survives in Excellent condition. From the Edgar G. Ulmer Preservation Corp.



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    February, 2011
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