ANN TODD - MAGAZINE PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: TAMARA GEVA, HAZEL TERRY - HFSID 137502
Sale Price $288.00
ANN TODD, TAMARA GEVA, and HAZEL TERRY
Signed photos of each of three talented actresses (Todd: 7x8¾, Geva: 4x6, Terry: 4¼x4½)
Magazine Photographs signed: "Ann Todd". Sepia, 7x8¾, mounted to 11x7½ sheet. Ink caption (unknown hand) above photo: "She Too Was Young Sep 1938". Imprinted at upper left margin of photograph: "The Picturegoer Xmas Annual". Verso of sheet signed: "Tamara/Geva". B/w, 4x6. Ink caption (unknown hand) above photo: "'Idiot's Delight,' Sept. 1938". Verso of sheet signed: "Hazel Terry". B/w with green hue, 4¼x4½. Ink caption (unknown hand) above photo: "Sept. 1938". British actress ANN TODD (1909-1993) began her career on stage in 1928 before debuting in films three years later. In 1945, she became internationally popular as the vulnerable pianist in The Seventh Veil (Todd would call her 1980 autobiography The Eighth Veil). From 1947 to1957, she was married to David Lean, who directed her in many of her films. In the 1950s, Todd joined London's Old Vic Theatre Company, appearing in a number of Shakespearean plays. In the mid-1960s, she turned her talents to film production, writing, directing, and producing documentaries. Russian-born actress TAMARA GEVE (1907-1997) starred in films from 1929-1948, including The Night Club (1929), Their Big Moment (1934), Hollywood Merry-Go-Round (1937), Orchestra Wives (1942) and Night Plane from Chungking (1942). In 1946, she choreographed The Specter of the Rose. British actress HAZEL TERRY (1917-1974) appeared in films from 1936 to 1963. Some of her credits include The Prisoner of Corbal (1936), Sweet Devil (1937), Missing, Believed Married (1937), Torpedoed (1937), Kill or Cure (1962) and The Servant (1963). Mounting sheet has 2 file holes at upper center margin. Photos are lightly rippled from mounting adhesive. Otherwise, fine condition.
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