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VIRGINIA BRUCE - INSCRIBED MAGAZINE PHOTO SIGNED - HFSID 19161

VIRGINIA BRUCE Small 6½x9½ sepia-toned magazine photo of actress Virginia Bruce in a feather boa, signed with "All good wishes" in blue ink Inscribed photograph signed "To/ Harold Shell/All good wishes /Virginia Bruce" in blue ink.

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VIRGINIA BRUCE
Small 6½x9½ sepia-toned magazine photo of actress Virginia Bruce in a feather boa, signed with "All good wishes" in blue ink
Inscribed photograph signed "To/ Harold Shell/All good wishes /Virginia Bruce" in blue ink. B/w sepia-toned, 6½x9½, mounted to same-size sheet of paper. Bruce (1910-1982, born Helen Virginia Briggs in Minneapolis, Minnesota), had a long and prolific film career, appearing in some 74 films as well as making later appearances on the stage and on TV talk shows. Bruce debuted in 1929 (making six pictures that year, including The Love Parade, in which she was one of Jeanette MacDonald's "ladies in waiting"). A "Goldwyn Girl" (with Betty Grable) in Whoopee (1931), Bruce got her first "serious" role in 1934, when she played the title role in Jane Eyre. Her other notable films include The Great Ziegfeld (1936), The Invisible Woman (1941), Pardon My Sarong (1942) and Strangers When We Meet (1960). In 1932, she appeared in Downstairs, written by and co-starring her first husband, silent screen idol John Gilbert. Lightly toned, silvered and creased. Mountings in all corners. Adhesive residue on front (does not touch signature). Paper loss on verso of mounting paper (no show through). Folded twice and unfolded. Otherwise in fine condition.

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