VIRGINIA FIELD - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 19572
VIRGINIA FIELD Black and white photo of an older Field wearing a white fur shawl, signed in bright blue ink Inscribed photograph signed: " To "Terry"/With warmest good wishes/for your happiness and/success in all you do/ Virginia Field" B/w, 8x10.
Sale Price $360.00
Black and white photo of an older Field wearing a white fur shawl, signed in bright blue ink
Inscribed photograph signed: " To "Terry"/With warmest good wishes/for your happiness and/success in all you do/ Virginia Field" B/w, 8x10. Virginia Field (1917-1992), born Margaret Cynthia Field in Britain, performed on English and continental stages before turning to films. She took the screen name of Virginia in honor of General Robert E. Lee, her mother's cousin. She was featured in such movies as The Lady is Willing (1934), Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936), Waterloo Bridge (1940) and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1949). She appeared in several of the Mr. Moto films of the 1930s, and starred in the Broadway comedies The Doughgirls (1942) and Light Up the Sky (1948). She was married to actors Paul Douglas and Willard Parker, the latter lasting from 1951 until her death. Lightly toned around edges. Corners worn and creased. Surface creases (not seen head on). Signature lightly smeared but legible. Otherwise, Fine condition.
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