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Photograph Signed

Photograph Signed

by BENNETT, Joan (1910-90)

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Constance's sister was a popular and durable star of countless films of the 1930s and '40s. PS, 8" X 10", n.p., n.d. Fine. Nice closeup from Bennett's 1930s blonde period, looking like a wholesome Carole Lombard, wearing a funky hooded robe, chin in hand, casting a playful sidelong glance.
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Photograph Signed

Photograph Signed

by BENNETT, Joan (1910-90)

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Galena, Illinois, United States
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Popular and durable star of countless films of the 1930s and '40s. PS, 8" X 11", n.p., n.y. Near fine. Book photograph, a flat-finish black-and-white still scene set in Kenya from the 1947 drama "The Macomber Affair" depicting Gregory Peck (as professional hunter Robert Wilson) comforting a crouching Bennett (as Margot Macomber). In a light area at lower left near her image, Bennett signs boldly in black ink. Great image from the height of her fame, signed later in life.
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Photograph Signed

Photograph Signed

by BENNETT, Joan (1910-90)

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Galena, Illinois, United States
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Popular and durable star of countless films of the 1930s and '40s. Color PS, 14" X 11", n.p., n.d. Very good. Flat finish 1956 lobby card for the melodrama "There's Always Tomorrow" showing lead Fred MacMurray surrounded by co-stars Gigi Perreau and Pat Crowley while Bennett and William Reynolds stand by watching. Across her red dress, Bennett signs in black fineline. Quite unusual in this appealing format.
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