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Stella Stevens 1964 vintage photograph

Ordinarie pris 200 SEK
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Rea Slutsåld
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Advance to the Rear is a light-hearted 1964 American Western comedy film set in the American Civil War. Directed by George Marshall, and starring Glenn Ford, Stella Stevens, and Melvyn Douglas. The film is based on the 1957 novel Company of Cowards by Jack Schaefer, whose inspiration was an article by William Chamberlain, published in the Saturday Evening Post in 1956. Chamberlain recounts the apocryphal Civil War stories of "Company Q" (19th century army slang for the sick list), a unit composed of coward soldiers who are given a second chance to prove their bravery. The film had the novel title in pre-production and when released in the United Kingdom. However, the novel had none of the comedic elements of the film which retained only the basic idea of a unit formed out of men who had been court-martialed for cowardice and sent out west as well as some character names.

Vintage photograph, available in one copy only and has no logo on it.  The format is 20 x 25 cm. The photograph is sold as a collectible item for personal usage, non commercial usage for home usage as a decoration piece. It is only the physical photocopy that is sold, with it follows no rights, no licenses, no commercial usages. The customer has responsability to follow the the laws of copyright that protect the photograph/it's creator/licence holder.