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    The deathmask is taken of composer Franz Lehar (1870-1948) on his deathbed in his villa in Ischl, Austria.

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    Robert Stolz, Austrian composer(1880-1975), and actress Inge Konradi during a musical evening in the composer's home.Vienna, 1949

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    Famous Catalan cellist Pablo Casals in his exile from Franco-Spain in Prades,French Pyrenes. 1951

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    Traudl Lessing with the famous Catalan cellist Pablo Casals in his exile from Franco-Spain in Prades, French Pyrenes. 1950/51 (?)

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    Marcel Marceau,the French mime who created the figure of "Bip",a tragic white clown. Paris,1951

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    Marcel Marceau, the French mime who created the figure of "Bip", a tragic white clown. Paris, 1951

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    Marcel Marceau, the French mime who created the character "Bip". Marceau rehearsing with his group of actors, Paris, 1951

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    Marcel Marceau,the French mime who created the figure of "Bip",a tragic white clown. Paris,1951

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    Marcel Marceau, the French mime who created the character "Bip". Stan Laurel visiting Marceau in his dressing room. Paris, 1951

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    Marcel Marceau,the French mime who created the figure of "Bip",a tragic white clown. Marceau with Stan Laurel,who visited Marceau in his dressing room. Paris, 1951

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    Marcel Marceau, the French mime who created the character "Bip". Stan Laurel visiting Marceau in his dressing room. Paris, 1951

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    Marcel Marceau, the French mime who created the figure of "Bip", a tragic white clown. Marceau with Stan Laurel, who visited Marceau in his dressing room. Paris, 1951

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    Marcel Marceau, the French mime who created the character "Bip". Stan Laurel visiting Marceau in his dressing room. Paris, 1951

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    Marcel Marceau, the French mime who created the character "Bip". Stan Laurel visiting Marceau in his dressing room. Paris, 1951

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    Marcel Marceau,the French mime who created the figure of "Bip",a tragic white clown. Paris, 1951

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    Marcel Marceau,the French mime who created the figure of "Bip",a tragic white clown. Paris,1951

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    Marcel Marceau,the French mime who created the figure of "Bip",a tragic white clown. Paris,1951

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    Marcel Marceau, the French mime who created the character "Bip". Marceau talking to his crew about a new project. Paris, 1951

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    Marcel Marceau, the French mime who created the character "Bip". Marceau rehearsing with his actors. Paris, 1951

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    Marcel Marceau, the French mime who created the character "Bip". Marceau rehearsing with his actors. Paris, 1951

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    Marcel Marceau, the French mime who created the character "Bip". Marceau rehearsing with his actors. Paris, 1951

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    Marcel Marceau,the French mime who created the figure of "Bip". Marceau and his group of actors in a performance of Gogol's "The Coat". Paris,1951

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    Marcel Marceau,the French mime who created the figure of "Bip". Marceau and his group of actors in a performance of Gogol's "The Coat". Paris,1951

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    Marcel Marceau,the French mime who created the figure of "Bip". Marceau (center)and his group of actors,Paris,1951

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