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File:Domingo Soler in La Mujer del Puerto (1934).jpg

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Mexican actress and actor, Andrea Palma and Domingo Soler in what it appears to be a publicity photo for the film La Mujer del Puerto (1934). The photograph comes from Cuban newspaper "ALERTA".
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It was probably taken as an still for the film, but this stills were also released on other countries such as this one, Cuba, it also has the signatures of both actors so they were probably being selled as props.
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Public domain This work was created in Cuba and is now in the public domain because its term of copyright has expired. According to Cuban law #14 and subsequent amendments, copyright terms in Cuba are the following:
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Type of material Copyright has expired in Cuba if... Copyright has expired in the US if...¹
Photographs Used more than 25 years ago First published in Cuba without compliance with US copyright formalities and used in Cuba before February 20, 1972
Anonymous works (not photographs) Used more than 50 years ago First published in Cuba without compliance with US copyright formalities and used in Cuba before February 20, 1947
Corporate and government works Never (perpetual copyright) Published before 1928 (95 years ago)
All other works More than 50 years has passed since the 1st of January following the death of the author a) Published in Cuba without compliance with US copyright formalities, author died before 1947 or b) Published before 1928 (95 years ago)
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