Otto Ludwig Preminger (1905-86) Signed Album Page, "Otto Preminger", in green ink, by the American theatre and film director, originally from Austria-Hungary. He directed more than 35 feature films in a five-decade career after leaving the theatre. Come with an 8 x 10, glossy B/W photo, of him in his role as a villainous Nazi in the Broadway play and subsequent movie, Margin for Error. The two items would make a nice ensemble presentation. Both items are in fine condition.
Margin for Error is a two-act play written in 1939 by Clare Boothe Luce. It is a satire of Nazism, and was staged on Broadway shortly after World War II began in Europe. The plot is a whodunit about the murder of a German consul in the United States in which Preminger played a shiny-domed villainous Nazi. The play was adapted as a movie of the same name in 1943 with Preminger playing the role as the German consul.