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THE STORY OF THREE LOVES MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: LESLIE CARON, FARLEY GRANGER - HFSID 297309

THE STORY OF THREE LOVES MOVIE CAST: LESLIE CARON and FARLEY GRANGER Shown together in a black and white publicity photograph for the 1953 film Photograph signed: "Leslie Caron" and "Farley/Granger", B/w 8x10¼. Publicity photograph for the 1953 film The Story of Three Loves

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Condition: lightly creased, otherwise fine condition
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THE STORY OF THREE LOVES MOVIE CAST: LESLIE CARON and FARLEY GRANGER
Shown together in a black and white publicity photograph for the 1953 film
Photograph signed: "Leslie Caron" and "Farley/Granger", B/w 8x10¼. Publicity photograph for the 1953 film The Story of Three Loves. Training from childhood at the Paris Conservatoire, Leslie Caron (born in 1931) was 16 when she was selected to dance with the Ballet de Champs Elyssés (1947). Her dancing and singing skills were showcased to the utmost in musicals including An American in Paris (1951), Lili (1953), The Glass Slipper (1954), Daddy Long Legs (1955), Gaby (1956) and Gigi (1958). She was nominated for Best Actress Academy Awards for Lili and for The L-Shaped Room (1962). Farley Granger (1925-2011) is best known to television audiences for his work on soap operas, including One Life to Live (1976-1977), The Edge of Night (1980) and As the World Turns (1986-1987). One of the last Goldwyn contract players, Granger had made his film debut in The North Star in 1943. After a stint in WWII, he returned to acting, making both Hollywood and Italian films. His other TV work includes appearances on early anthologies (from 1953) and guest starring roles on series through 1990. He also made a brief Broadway comeback in Deathtrap in 1980. Lightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.

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