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FRANCES DAY - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 287727

FRANCES DAY Inscribed photo of the wildly eccentric bombshell of the 1930s. A very rare signature! Photograph inscribed and signed: "To T. Jones/Sincerely/Frances Day". B/w 8x10. Frances Day (1908-1984), was an enormously popular film and musical star of the 1930s.

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FRANCES DAY Inscribed photo of the wildly eccentric bombshell of the 1930s. A very rare signature! Photograph inscribed and signed: "To T. Jones/Sincerely/Frances Day". B/w 8x10. Frances Day (1908-1984), was an enormously popular film and musical star of the 1930s. Her sexy, blonde, busty glamour foreshadowed Marilyn Monroe. Hugely popular in Britain, she reached stardom in the West End musical Out of the Bottle (1932). She sang for the first time what became her signature song, Cole Porter's "It's De-lovely," in The Fleet's Lit Up (1939). Day starred in a few films, beginning with Dreams Come True. The bisexual Day had affairs with the Prince of Wales (future King Edward VIII), Foreign Secretary (later Prime Minister) Anthony Eden - and a reported fling with Marlene Dietrich! However, her greatest love may have been an RAF squadron leader killed in World War II, and her increasingly eccentric behavior afterwards was attributed by some to his death. Her stunts included presenting Field Marshall Montgomery with a gift of her underwear.  Late in the 1950s, her star in decline, Day fled London to live in obscurity under an assumed name. She left her considerable fortune to a neighbor who hadn't know her true identity. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition. Previously authenticated by PSA/DNA.

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