MARGARET O'BRIEN - TYPED QUOTATION SIGNED - HFSID 180390
Sale Price $180.00
Margaret O'Brien sings a typed quotation from when she was age six.
Typed Quotation signed: "Margaret O'Brien", 6x4. In full: "When I cry, do you want the tears to run all the way or shall I stop halfway down/' Margaret O'Brien/Aged Six". The year O'Brien was six (1943), she starred with Lionel Barrymore in Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case. Margaret O'Brien, born Angela Maxine O'Brien in 1937, made her film debut at age four in Babes on Broadway (1941). The child actress, who was noted for her emotional range and camera savvy, was best known for her crying scenes, which she memorably displayed in the 1944 film, Meet Me in St. Louis. That year, she was given a special Academy Award, largely for her work in the film, one of her best. Although her fame faded as she grew older, O'Brien appeared in a number of feature films, including Madame Curie (1943), Jane Eyre (1944), Little Women (1949, as Beth) as a child actress, and Glory (1956) and Heller in Pink Tights (1960) later in her career. She also appeared in a number of made-for-TV movies and TV series, including Marcus Welby, MD and Murder, She Wrote. Fine condition.
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