VIOLA DANA - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 209020
Sale Price $108.00
Viola Dana signs an index card in blue ink.
Signature: "Sincerely/Viola Dana", 5x3 index card. Viola Dana (1897-1987) starred on Broadway in Poor Little Rich Girl (1913), then embarked on a film career. Her first film, The Children of Eve (1915), directed by her first husband John H. Collins, who died in the flu epidemic of 1918, portrayed the Triangle fire of 1911. She flourished through the 1920s, starring in Frank Capra's first film for Columbia studios (That Certain Thing, 1928). The studios, not liking her voice, retired Dana with the advent of talkies. When her early silent films were rediscovered in the 1970s, however, she became much sought after as an interview for her lively accounts of early filmmaking. Stray ink mark to left of signature. Otherwise, fine condition.
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