ESPIONAGE MOVIE CAST - INSCRIBED PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: EDMUND LOWE, MADGE EVANS - HFSID 312820
ESPIONAGE MOVIE CAST Famed actors Edmund Lowe and Madge Evans sign a publicity photo from their 1937 film Espionage Inscribed Printed Photograph Signed: "To Howard/Edmund Lowe," and co-signed, "and/Madge Evans." B/w, 8x10.
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ESPIONAGE MOVIE CAST
Famed actors Edmund Lowe and Madge Evans sign a publicity photo from their 1937 film Espionage
Inscribed Printed Photograph Signed: "To Howard/Edmund Lowe," and co-signed, "and/Madge Evans." B/w, 8x10. The film Espionage (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; 1937) was directed by Kurt Neumann, written by Walter Hackett and Leonard Lee. Lowe and Evans star as rival reporters, both seeking out a munitions baron--a quest which leads the counterparts into an unexpected romance. Edmund Lowe (1890-1971, born in San Jose, California) was an American stage, movie and TV actor. Lowe worked as a teacher before joining a stock company in Los Angeles, California. He debuted on the silver screen in 1915's The Wild Olive, the first of over 120 film appearances, and made his Broadway debut in 1917's The Brat, the first of 12 plays on the Great White Way for Lowe. He became a popular leading man in elegant roles, but made a name for himself as the hellraising Sergeant Quirt in the 1927 film version of What Price Glory?. This movie led to several sequels with Lowe and Victor McLaglen as Quirt's rival Flagg, with their signature taglines "Sez you? Sez me!" Lowe made his break into television in 1949; he's probably best known in this medium for his role as David Chase in Front Page Detective (1951). A child actress early in the silent era, stage and screen actress Madge Evans (1909-1981) starred in many B movies and time line films (Dinner at Eight, 1933; David Copperfield, 1935; Pennies from Heaven, 1936) and five Broadway plays. She retired from films in 1939, after marrying Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, producer and director Sidney Kingsley, continuing her stage work until 1943, performing her last role as "Patsy" in The Patriots (1943). Light stains in the top right corner. Light bend in bottom corner. Edges lightly worn. Toned. Pencil note (in unknown hand) on verso (no show-through). Otherwise, fine condition.
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