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LOLA LANE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 12/07/1970 - DOCUMENT 19994

 

LOLA LANE
Signed autograph letter, describing how she spends her time since retiring from films
Autograph Letter signed: "Lola Lane", 2 pages, 6x8¾ ( front and verso). No place, 1970 December 7. To "Dear George", in full: "Thanks for your letter, and I want to explain to you that when people retire from the film industry usually you do not get mail or it gets lost some way. That's probably what happened to the still pictures you mentioned. Also we have other interests and paths to follow - and somehow get out of contact with almost everyone in the industry. It is indeed very gratifying that after all these years you remember me - and wanted a picture. I thank you so much. I am now pursuing many things I didn't have time for when in the films - I design and make all my clothes! I paint, do ceramics and all the crafts I can master and I am a student of Mexican art and culture. I intend to live part time in Mexico, as I find it a wonderful land with beautiful people & climate. Again thanks and a Merry Christmas and great New Year. Sincerely". One of the four musically talented Mullican sisters (renamed Lane soon after their arrival on Broadway), Lola Lane (1906-1981) appeared in Broadway musicals of the late 1920s and then moved to Hollywood. She starred in dozens of films from 1929 to 1946. Among her best known performances were The Girl from Havana (1929) and Zanzibar (1940). She appeared in some films with her sisters, notably Four Daughters (1938). Her second of five husbands was actor Lew Ayres. Lightly creased. Fine condition.


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LOLA LANE
Born: May 21, 1906 in Macy, Indiana
Died: June 22, 1981 in Santa Barbara, California


Film Credits
2004 Checking Out: Grand Hotel (Other), 1946 They Made Me a Killer (Performer), 1946 Deadline at Dawn (Performer), 1945 Why Girls Leave Home (Performer), 1945 Steppin' in Society (Performer), 1945 Identity Unknown (Performer), 1943 Buckskin Empire (Performer), 1942 Miss V from Moscow (Performer), 1942 Lost Canyon (Performer), 1942 Hedda Hopper's Hollywood No. 6 (in person), 1941 Mystery Ship (Performer), 1941 Four Mothers (Performer), 1940 Zanzibar (Performer), 1940 Girls of the Road (Performer), 1940 Gangs of Chicago (Performer), 1940 Convicted Woman (Performer), 1939 Four Wives (Performer), 1939 Daughters Courageous (Performer), 1938 When Were You Born (Performer), 1938 Torchy Blane in Panama (Performer), 1938 Mr. Chump (Performer), 1938 Four Daughters (Performer), 1937 The Sheik Steps Out (Performer), 1937 Marked Woman (Performer), 1937 Hollywood Hotel (Performer), 1936 In Paris, A.W.O.L. (Performer), 1935 Murder on a Honeymoon (Performer), 1935 His Night Out (Performer), 1935 Death from a Distance (Performer), 1935 Alias Mary Dow (Performer), 1934/II Burn 'Em Up Barnes (Performer), 1934/I Burn 'Em Up Barnes (Performer), 1934 Ticket to a Crime (Performer), 1934 The Woman Condemned (Performer), 1934 Public Stenographer (Performer), 1934 Port of Lost Dreams (Performer), 1933 The Woman Who Dared (Performer), 1931 The Voice of Hollywood No. 7 Second Series (Performer), 1931 Hell Bound (Performer), 1931 Ex-Bad Boy (Performer), 1930 The Voice of Hollywood No. 5 (in person), 1930 The Costello Case (Performer), 1930 The Big Fight (Performer), 1930 Let's Go Places (Performer), 1930 Good News (Performer), 1929 The Girl from Havana (Performer), 1929 Speakeasy (Performer), 1929 Fox Movietone Follies of 1929 (Performer)


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