A screenshot of the 1922 film, Nosferatu. Though the film is in the public domain in the US, It is not in the public domain outside of US (and its origin).
screen capture around the 1hr 19min mark
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Public domain in the United States, likely copyrighted in Germany until at least 2029.
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This image was here, then transferred to Wikimedia Commons, then deleted from Commons under the belief that the image was copyrighted in Germany. See http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Deletion_requests/File:NosferatuShadow.jpg for discussion. Discussion there confirms that it is PD in the US.
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