Punjab Mail (1939) - (Fearless Nadia) rare original Indian stone litho film poster F, NM $2000 *
Size: 20" x 29"
Condition: Folded, Near Mint
Watch a brief clip about Fearless Nadia by Marc Fennell: here.
This item is available for immediate shipment. It is variously known to the public as a Punjab Mail poster, a Punjab Mail film poster and a Punjab Mail movie poster.
Mary Ann Evans was the name given at birth to two different women who
are no longer primarily remembered by that name, the English novelist
George Eliot (1819 - 1880) and the Australian/Indian actress Fearless
Nadia (1908 - 1996). Both are very famous, but Fearless Nadia is much
more important in the world of cinema; she will always be remembered
as Bollywood's original stunt queen. The Australian Mary Ann Evans
moved to India at the age of five to be with her father Herbertt
Evans, whose regiment had been deployed there in 1909. On the advice
of an Armenian fortune teller Mary Ann later changed her name to Nadia
for the sake of her career (the fortune teller had said she would need
a name that began with the letter "N").
This is a very rare original 20" x 29" Indian stone lithograph poster made to promote the 1939 Homi Wadia film The Punjab Mail starring Fearless Nadia.
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