MARION DAVIES - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 76450
MARION DAVIES 10¼x13¼ inscribed and signed black and white with sepia hue publicity photograph of Marion Davies wearing a fur. Large Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Mr. E. C. Robertson/Best wishes/Marion Davies". B/w with sepia hue, 10¼x13¼.
Sale Price $765.00
10¼x13¼ inscribed and signed black and white with sepia hue publicity photograph of Marion Davies wearing a fur.
Large Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Mr. E. C. Robertson/Best wishes/Marion Davies". B/w with sepia hue, 10¼x13¼. Photographer's imprint: "Elmer Fryer/Hollywood" in lower right corner. Marion Davies (1897 - 1961) was an American actress whose relationship with William Randolph Hearst was thinly fictionalized in Orson Welles' classic film Citizen Kane (1941). Featured on Broadway in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1916, Davies madder her screen debut in Runaway Romany (1917). While not a great actress, she possessed good comic and musical skills. The Hearst newspapers praised her performances extravagantly, while rival newspapers reacted by panning her. Her starring roles extended from Enchantment (1920) to Ever Since Eve (1937), after which she retired to play hostess at Hearst's San Simeon estate and pursue philanthropic interests. Lightly chipped and creased at edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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