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RICHARD BARTHELMESS - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CIRCA 1942 - HFSID 257970

RICHARD BARTHELMESS Sepia publicity photograph of Richard Barthelmess starring in his last movie before leaving Hollywood to join the U.S. Naval Reserve in 1942. Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Albert Wilkerson/from/Richard/Barthelmess/Lt. U.S.N.R." Sepia, 10x8. Movie still from The Mayor of 44th St.

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Condition: lightly creased
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RICHARD BARTHELMESS
Sepia publicity photograph of Richard Barthelmess starring in his last movie before leaving Hollywood to join the U.S. Naval Reserve in 1942.
Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Albert Wilkerson/from/Richard/Barthelmess/Lt. U.S.N.R." Sepia, 10x8. Movie still from The Mayor of 44th St., his last starring role. In the film, Barthelmess portrayed Ed Kirby, an ex-vaudevillian dancer who opens up a dance band agency and helps street kids by hiring them to help out. He is pictured with George Murphy, who played Joe Jonathan. Barthelmess quit films to join the U.S. Naval Reserve in 1942, the year this film was released, and never returned to Hollywood, retiring from acting. He had first starred in silents and was nominated for the first Academy Award for Best Actor for 1927-1928 for his performances in two films, The Noose and The Patent Leather Kid. Ink notation (unknown hand) on verso (no show through): "Rec. Sept. 2, 42". Mounting remnants on verso. Lightly creased, mainly at blank margins, ¼-inch tear in upper blank margin. Impression from writing on another sheet on top of this photo (not visible head on) in background. Overall, fine condition.

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