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JAKOB THE LIAR MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: ALAN ARKIN, ARMIN MUELLER-STAHL, LIEV SCHREIBER, BOB BALABAN - HFSID 272672

JAKOB THE LIAR: ALAN ARKIN, ARMIN MUELLER-STAHL, LIEV SCHREIBER and BOB BALBAN Alan Arkin, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Live Schreiber and Bob Balban sign a black and white publicity photograph from their movie Jakob the Liar

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JAKOB THE LIAR: ALAN ARKIN, ARMIN MUELLER-STAHL, LIEV SCHREIBER and BOB BALBAN
Alan Arkin, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Live Schreiber and Bob Balban sign a black and white publicity photograph from their movie Jakob the Liar.
Photograph signed: "Alan Arkin", "Armin Mueller-Stahl", "Bob Balaban" and "Liev Schreiber". B/w, 8x10 overall, with montage of six cast photographs, b/w, 3¼x2½ (one surface). Publicity photograph for the 1999 film, Jakob the Liar. ©1999, Columbia Pictures Industries Inc. Photographs by Egon Endrenyi. Captioned at lower margin: "(Top row, left to right). Fajngold (Mark Margolis), Mischa's roommate, tries to stay hopeful while living in the ghetto. Frankfurter (Alan Arkin), a former actor, is now confined to haul bags of concrete in the labor camp. (Second row, left to right) Armin Mueller-Stahl plays the kindly Dr. Kirschbaum, who cares for his ghetto neighbors despite the war. Avron (Michael Jeter) has his hope restored when Jakob tells him false reports from the radio. (Bottom row, left to right) Jakob provides hope to barber Kowalski (Bob Balaban) by telling him that the war is almost over. Mischa (Liev Schreiber) is a former boxer who is revitalized by Jakob's news of the war's impending end in the Columbia pictures presentation, 'JAKOB THE LIAR.'" Set in Poland in 1944, Jakob the Liar was the first American feature directed by Peter Kassovitz. The film starred Robin Williams, who was nominated for a 2000 Razzie Award for Worst Actor for his role as Jakob Heym, a shop keeper who gives hope to his neighbor by making up false reports of an impending victory over the Germans. Slightly creased at blank corners, light black mark at upper left corner. Fine condition.

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