Fiebre (1971) - Complete Set of 10 Japanese Lobby Cards - Isabel Sarli
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This a complete collection of ten Japanese lobby cards for the promotion of the 1971 Argentina drama Fiebre (Heat). The film stars Spanish sex symbol Isabel Sarli as the wife of a race horse owner who falls in love with a woodsman, chronicling the affair that ensues and the eventual discovery of the relationship by her husband.
We don't come across Japanese lobby cards too often, so this is a rare treat. Really these are more akin to photographs but are marketed a lobby cards in Japan. Each photo features the busty Isabel Sarli, many of them showcasing her well known "assets".
Printed: Japan, 1972
Approximate Dimensions: 4.8" x 6.5"
Condition: Very Good - seven of the ten cards have pin holes in the corner sections.
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Photos: Calculated at checkout on per pound rate via 1st Class or Priority Mail.
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Photos: 1 to 4 photos $26.00 First Class International for most European countries and $24.00 Australia. $17.50 for 1 to 8 photos to Canada.
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