BINNIE BARNES - INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED TWICE - HFSID 18991
Sale Price $288.00
4½x7¼, black and white image of the actress looking stunning in a black dress.
Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Dear/Terry/a devoted/fan/Binnie", and on verso: "Binnie". B/w, 4½x7¼ overall, image 4½x6 (one surface). Also on verso is a letter fragment written by Barnes. Remainder in full: ...thanks for your ... you remembered a ... lot of Pictures that I did not Remember. ...will keep your Letter for Reference and Keep me in our memories." Barnes (1905-1998) made her American debut in There's Always Tomorrow (1934). She had appeared in a number of British films, including The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933) and on the British stage. She returned to American films later in her career when her husband, Columbia production chief Mike Frankovich, cast her in the 1968 films The Trouble With Angels and Where Angels Go -- Trouble Follows and in 1972's Forty Carats. Irregularly cut. Slightly soiled. Left edge chipped in two places. Otherwise, fine condition.
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