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#840 - Klaus Kinski

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“At the border with Salzburg the police officers, these pigs, got me to leave the train”
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Controversial German actor (1926–1991) best known for his work in the films of Werner Herzog. ALS in German, signed “Nikolaus,” two pages both sides, 8.25 x 11.75, no date but circa 1955. Letter to his first wife Gislinde Kuhbeck. In part (translated): “I didn’t write yet because the shock I received on my way back to Vienna is still present. Imagine what happened to me! At the border with Salzburg the police officers, these pigs, got me to leave the train, as my name is in the ‘tracing book’ because of the fine for the accident at Lake Starnberg, which I didn’t pay. They offered me the choice between paying the amount of money (300 Mark), or going to prison. I didn’t have that much money with me, so I called Erica Ramhof in Vienna in desperation and asked her to send the money by telegram…The next morning I was allowed to drive on. I spent nearly 9 hours at this stinky police station.” In fine condition, with central vertical and horizontal folds. Pre-certified PSA/DNA.

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