LOIS MORAN - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 160642
Sale Price $162.00
Youthful image of the French actress shown from the chest up in this 3½x5¼ black and white photograph
Inscribed photograph signed: "To Daniel Wood/cordially/Lois Moran". B/w, 3½x5¼. Lois Moran (1909-1990) danced with the Paris National Opera and made a few French films before coming to Hollywood in the mid 1920's. She played daughter Laurel Dallas in the silent movie version of Stella Dallas (1925). She starred in some early talking pictures, including a role as Al Jolson's love interest in Mammy (1930). However, she wasn't very comfortable in talking films and retired from the screen in 1931. She had a brief affair with writer F. Scott Fitzgerald, who based the character Rosemary Hoyt in Tender is the Night (1934) on Moran. She married Secretary of Commerce Clarence M. Young in 1935. Moran reappeared as a regular on the television series Waterfront (1954-1955). Fine condition.
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