||Belgian - 14"x22"
|Notes: A gorgeously produced romance, in the best sense of the term, "Camille" is a prime example of the type of film that causes viewers to lament "that they just do not make them like this anymore." Of course, how could a film like this be made again? The incomparable Garbo is gone, as are director George Cukor, producer Irving Thalberg, studio-mogul Louis B. Mayer, the Metro Goldwyn Mayer sound stages and back lot, and even the Hollywood studio system. This poster is from the 1950's re-release in Belgium, folded as issued, with tax stamp attached showing that the cinema owner had used it.