|Vintage Pulp||Nov 3 2014|
Way down Argentine way Bogart fronts the era’s definitive detective novel.
Leoplán was an Argentine magazine published by Ramón Sopena’s eponymous company Editorial Sopena from 1934 to 1965. This issue features a complete Spanish language reprint of Dashiell Hammett’s The Maltese Falcon and is fronted by a nice Manuel Olivas painting of Humphrey Bogart and the bird. It’s from 1949.
ArgentinaEditorial SopenaLeoplánThe Maltese FalconEl halcón maltésRamón SopenaHumphrey BogartDashiell HammettManuel Olivasmagazine artliteraturecinemafilm noir