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Scaramouch figure

Scaramouch figure

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Description
Stage prop used in the 1952 motion picture Scaramouche. The object is a dark wood medieval-style carving of the jester, "Punch," with a long pointed nose and stocking cap.
George Sidney directed this adventure film set in eighteenth century France about a man avenging the death of his best friend at the hands of a master swordsman. Stewart Granger, Janet Leigh, and Eleanor Parker star in this film.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
Figure w/ Stand
Date made
1951-1952
producer
Sidney, George
place made
United States: California, Culver City
ID Number
2004.0166.24
accession number
2004.0166
catalog number
2004.0166.24
subject
Motion Pictures
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Cultural and Community Life: Entertainment
Movie Collection
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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