Negro es Mi Color (1951) - (Marga Lopez) Mexican one-sheet F, EX $110 *

Pictured is a Mexican promotional poster for the 1951 Tito Davison film Negro es Mi Color starring Maria Lopez, with art by Josep Renau-Montoro.

Size: 27" x 37"

Price: $110

Condition: Folded, Excellent (small fold separations and a smudge at center)

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This is a 27" x 37" Mexican poster designed by Josep Reneau Berenguer (1907 - 1982) for the 1951 Tito Davison film Negro es mi color based on a story by Jesus Cardenas, Tito Davison and Gregorio Walerstein and starring Marga Lopez as Luna. This is a musical melodrama with performances by some of the great Mexican artists, including Chucho Navarro with the Trio Los Panchos. Plot summary: A young white woman named Luna is rejected by her fiance Fernando [Roberto Canedo] after she tells him she is the daughter of a black woman [Rita Montaner], but he regrets this later and tries to find her. Josep Reneau Berenguer designed political posters in Spain during the Spanish Civil War, then went into exile in Mexico (1939 - 1958). During that time he was Mexico's most popular film poster artist.

This item is available for immediate shipment. It is variously known to the public as a Negro es Mi Color poster, a Negro es Mi Color film poster and a Negro es Mi Color movie poster.

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