An auction of 350 photographs from the cinema will be held on November 14th at 2pm at the Hôtel Drouot in Paris. Led by auctioneers Ghislaine Kapandji and Élie Morhange, as well as the expert Pierre Bourdy, the auction features a host of portraits of stars and images from famous films, almost all of them in black and white.
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