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Tag Archives: German Expressionism
A New Giant Monster Film?
Actually, it’s not very new, and even if you could find a copy, it probably wouldn’t be what you expect. This one is from 1921 and I’ve so far been unable to hunt down much information on it. The following … Continue reading
Posted in Giant Monsters, Posters, Where's the Film? Tagged Edmund Linke, German Expressionism, silent films 1 Comment