ALICE WHITE - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 277938
ALICE WHITE Small sepia-toned headshot of White in a glamorous dress, signed "My best to you" Inscribed photograph signed "My best to you/George dear-/Alice White". B/w sepia-toned, 4¾x6¾ overall, 4½x6½ image. With facsimile signature: "Sincerely/Alice White".
Sale Price $270.00
Small sepia-toned headshot of White in a glamorous dress, signed "My best to you"
Inscribed photograph signed "My best to you/George dear-/Alice White". B/w sepia-toned, 4¾x6¾ overall, 4½x6½ image. With facsimile signature: "Sincerely/Alice White". Silent screen leading lady White (born Alva White in Paterson, New Jersey circa 1904-1907, died 1983) was Warner Brothers' answer to Clara Bow. A former secretary and script girl, White made her film debut in 1927, appearing in six films that year. Her film credits include Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1928), The Big City (1937), Girls' Town (1942) and Flamingo Road (1949). White, who performed on vaudeville when her film career waned, returned to Hollywood in 1933 and became involved in a sex scandal with her boyfriend, actor Jack Warburton, and her future husband, screenwriter and producer Sidney "Sy" Bartlett (the two were divorced in 1937). A subsequent divorce, further sex scandals and a 1957 accident ended her stage and screen career, and White returned to being a secretary. Lightly toned, creased and bowed, otherwise in fine condition.
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