ADOLPH "POPS" ZUKOR - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH 1973 - HFSID 48540
ADOLPH ZUKOR B/w photo portrait of Zukor from the chest up in a herringbone suit and dark tie, signed and dated "Best wishes" in 1973 Inscribed photograph signed "To John D. Buchanan/Best Wishes/Adolph Zukor/1973" in blue and black ink.
Sale Price $531.25
B/w photo portrait of Zukor from the chest up in a herringbone suit and dark tie, signed and dated "Best wishes" in 1973
Inscribed photograph signed "To John D. Buchanan/Best Wishes/Adolph Zukor/1973" in blue and black ink. B/w, 7¾x9¾ overall, 7¼x9¼ image, one surface, printed on textured cardstock. On July 12, 1912, Zukor (1873-1976, born in Ricse, Austria-Hungary, now Hungary) premiered the first feature length film, the 40-minute long Queen Elizabeth starring French actress Sarah Bernhardt. He produced the first American-made feature film, The Prisoner of Zenda, in 1914. In 1917, Zukor combined his Famous Players-Lasky Corporation with the Paramount distributors to form Paramount Pictures. In 1949, an Honorary Academy Award was presented to Zukor, "a man who has been called the father of the feature film in America, for his services to the industry over a period of forty years." Zukor remained Paramount's Chairman of the Board until his death at 103. Lightly toned, creased and bowed. Otherwise in fine condition.
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