INTERNATIONAL LADY MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CIRCA 1941 CO-SIGNED BY: BASIL RATHBONE, GEORGE BRENT - HFSID 49755
INTERNATIONAL LADY: BASIL RATHBONE and GEORGE BRENT Vintage B/w photograph of Brent and Rathbone looking over musical notes at a piano. Photograph signed: "Basil Rathbone" and "George Brent". Sepia, 10x8. Movie still from the wartime melodrama, International Lady
Sale Price $680.00
INTERNATIONAL LADY: BASIL RATHBONE and GEORGE BRENT
Vintage B/w photograph of Brent and Rathbone looking over musical notes at a piano.
Photograph signed: "Basil Rathbone" and "George Brent". Sepia, 10x8. Movie still from the wartime melodrama, International Lady. ©1941, Producers Releasing Corp. BASIL RATHBONE (1892-1967) was at his best in period costume dramas. He was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actor for playing Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet (1936) and King Louis XVI in If I Were King (1938). He was Murdstone in David Copperfield (1934), Evremonde in Tale of Two Cities (1935), Pontius Pilate in The Last Days of Pompeii (1936), Karenin in Anna Karenina (1936) and Guy of Gisbourne in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938). In 1939, Rathbone was cast as Sherlock Holmes in The Hound of the Baskervilles, the first of 14 screen appearances as Conan Doyle's master detective. He also played Holmes on radio from 1939-1946. GEORGE BRENT was one of Hollywood's most dependable leading men. A handsome, but never very exciting or dynamic lead, he played opposite all of Warner's greatest actresses, including Barbara Stanwyck and Olivia de Havilland; he is best known for his work with Bette Davis. Brent was typically cast as a gentlemanly, romantic leading man (after briefly being cast in tough hero roles). He debuted in Under Suspicion (1930). He retired from the big screen in 1953, going on to star in the TV series Wire Service (1956-59). He made his final screen appearance in 1978, playing a judge in Born Again. Surface striations somewhat visible head-on. Shaded at edges. Overall, fine condition.
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