ALICE TERRY - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 22980
ALICE TERRY. Photograph inscribed and signed: "To James T Holden/with my sincerest/wishes/Alice Terry". B/w, 8x10 overall, image 6x8½ (one surface). Still from the 1923 silent film,
Sale Price $126.00
ALICE TERRY. Photograph inscribed and signed: "To James T Holden/with my sincerest/wishes/Alice Terry". B/w, 8x10 overall, image 6x8½ (one surface). Still from the 1923 silent film, Scaramouche, a swashbuckling adenture set during the French Revolution, which starred Ramon Novarro as Andre Moreau (the role that made him a star) andTerry as Aline De Kercadiou. The film, directed by Terry's husband, Rex Ingram, was one of the era's most thoroughly researched blockbusters. Actress Alice Terry (1899-1987), who was known for her intelligence and sophistication as well as her beauty, worked for D.W. Griffith's Triangle Studios from 1916-1919. In 1920, she won a part in Rex Ingram's Shore Acres - and captured Ingram's heart. The two were married from 1921 until Ingram's death in 1950. Terry starred in a number of Ingram's films, including The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (opposite a then-unknown Rudolph Valentino, with whom she would star again later that year in her husband's The Conquering Power) and The Prisoner of Zenda (1922), opposite Ramon Novarro, who was one of her favorite leading men. She later co-starred with Navarro in Saramouche and Where The Pavement Ends (both 1923), The Arab (1924) and Lovers? (1927). Both Terry and Ingram, who moved to France, where they started their own studio, retired from films following the advent of sound, although Terry returned to the big screen once more, in 1935's Asilo Naval. Captioned at lower margin. Slightly creased. Image slightly grainy. Otherwise, fine condition.
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