HOPE HAMPTON - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH 1955 - HFSID 79066
HOPE HAMPTON Photo inscribed by her in New York in 1955, shown in a strapless gown with jeweled pendant Photograph inscribed and signed: "Best wishes to/Joseph Shapiro/Hope Hampton/New York, 1955". B/w 8x10.
Sale Price $252.00
Photo inscribed by her in New York in 1955, shown in a strapless gown with jeweled pendant
Photograph inscribed and signed: "Best wishes to/Joseph Shapiro/Hope Hampton/New York, 1955". B/w 8x10. Actress/singer Hope Hampton (1897-1982), born Mae Elizabeth Hampton, was a silent screen actress best known for playing siren and flapper types. Hampton, who debuted in 1920 in A Modern Salome, made her last silent in 1926. With the advent of sound, she retired to begin an opera career, debuting with the Philadelphia Opera Company. Hampton returned to the screen in 1938 in The Road to Reno, a film directed by her husband, Julian "Jules" Brulatour. Corners and edges creased and chipped at margins only. Lightly creased - not visible head-on. Otherwise, fine condition.
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