16 March 2018

Cox

In Belgium a series of film star cards was published by Cox, an Import-Export firm. The series was produced in the 1950s and is remarkable because the cards have pictures at both sides. At the front is a colour picture of the star and the flipside shows a photo in black and white. Many of the stars were German, but there are also French, British and American artists in the series. In this post we show mainly the colour pictures, but also a few of the black and white sides.

Paul Hubschmid

Paul Hubschmid
Paul Hubschmid. Belgian card by Cox, no. 4.

Maximilian Schell
Maximilian Schell. Belgian card by Cox, no. 7.

Juliette Gréco
Juliette Gréco. Belgian card by Cox, no. 10.

Carlos Thompson
Carlos Thompson. Belgian card by Cox, no. 18. Publicity still for Das Wirtshaus im Spessart/The Spessart Inn (Kurt Hoffmann, 1957).

Corny Collins
Corny Collins. Belgian card by Cox, no. 19.

Belinda Lee

Belinda Lee
Belinda Lee. Belgian card by Cox, no. 20.

Johanna von Koczian
Johanna von Koczian. Belgian card by Cox, no. 23.

Fred Bertelmann, Conny Froboess
Fred Bertelmann and Conny Froboess. Belgian card by Cox, no. 25.

James Mason

James Mason
James Mason. Belgian card by Cox, no. 29.

Sonja Ziemann
Sonja Ziemann. Belgian card by Cox, no. 33.

Hardy Krüger
Hardy Krüger. Belgian card by Cox, no. 35.

William Holden
William Holden. Belgian card by Cox, no. 36.

Mylène Demongeot

Mylène Demongeot
Mylène Demongeot. Belgian card by Cox, no. 42.

Dietmar Schönherr
Dietmar Schönherr. Belgian postcard by Cox, no. 49.

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