Publication: Privately printed for Gaumont Film Studios, nd (1957), NP (FRANCE)
Matted and framed to a size of 47 1/4" x 65 1/2." The film appeared in 1957 and starred Robert Lamoureux as Arsene Lupin and Liselotte Pulver as Mina von Kraft. The film was directed by Jacques Becker and produced by Robert Sussfeld. It was written for the screen by Jacques Becker and Albert Simonin. Maurice LeBlanc (1864-1941) was the creator of Arsene Lupin, known as the "Prince of Thieves." Lupin is France's greatest criminal, rivaling the Englishman A. J. Raffles and the American the Infallible Godahl, although his style differs from theirs. Lupin was a master of disguise who laughed and tormented law officers until he finally went over to their side. Some folds visible and light wear to two fold joints, else near fine and matted and framed.
Inventory Number: 32273