https://flic.kr/p/NXdeM3 | Sabu | Belgian postcard by Fotoprim, Bruxelles, no. 6. Photo: Universal Film. British Indian actor Sabu (1924-1963) had 'a smile as broad as the Ganges and charm enough to lure the stripes off a tiger'. He became an instant star with the release of the British film Elephant Boy in 1937. His succession of tropical Technicolor treats delighted audiences before and during WW II. For more postcards, a bio and clips check out our blog European Film Star Postcards…
https://flic.kr/p/QPz6E9 | Émilie Dequenne | Belgian postcard by Ed. resp. P. Hurbain, Bruxelles, no. 148. Photo: Laurent Rebours / AP. Caption: Cannes 1999: Rosetta, the film by the Dardenne brothers, receives the Grand Prix, and Émilie Dequenne wins the award for Best Actress.
Maurice Chevalier. Belgian postcard. Card for the Cine-Palace, Brussels, where the film ran 2-8 October 1931. Le petit café (Ludwig Berger, 1931) was the French language version of Playboy of Paris (Ludwig Berger, 1930).
Bobbejaan Schoepen. Dutch postcard by Editie Harry Botschuijver, Amsterdam, no. A 15. Retail price: 18 ct. Photo: World Music Company, Bruxelles. The song Anneliese (1953) was composed by Hans Arno Simon (music) and Aleda-Jan Reno (Dutch text).