LILI DAMITA (1932) Vintage original 11×14 sepia-tint Broadway still portrait

LILI DAMITA (1932) Vintage original 11x14 sepia-tint Broadway still portrait

LILI DAMITA (1932) Vintage original 11x14 sepia-tint Broadway still portrait

LILI DAMITA ON BROADWAY (1932). Vintage original 14 x 11 35 x 28 cm. Sepia-tinted silver gelatin print still photo, USA. French film actress Lili Damita was best remembered for her marriages to Michael Curtiz (briefly while making films in Europe) and, famously, Errol Flynn. She came into American films in 1929 with MGM’s The Bridge of San Luis Rey and was popular for her French accent in early talkie films. She was featured in 1932 in the Broadway production of George White’s Music Hall Vanities , for which this portrait was taken (ink stamped thus on verso). She would go back to Hollywood and make films through 1938. She and Flynn had one child, Sean Flynn, and were in constant paternity fights over him, she staying out of the limelight to raise him. Lily never went back into show business and lived until the age of 89, passing in 1984. Top left and bottom right corner are chipped. Top right corner is creased. It must come back in the same condition as it was sent. AUTHENTICATION: My name is Walter Reuben. I have been collecting movie posters since 1978. I have been a full-time dealer since 1982. Everything which I sell is fully researched and entirely guaranteed to be completely authentic and as described. A lifetime of experience goes behind every description of every piece which I offer. ABOUT ME: For further information, go to the ABOUT ME. The item “LILI DAMITA (1932) Vintage original 11×14 sepia-tint Broadway still portrait” is in sale since Monday, January 25, 2016. This item is in the category “Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Photographs\1940-49\Black & White”. The seller is “walterfilmusa” and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: 11 x 14″ (28 x 35 cm.)
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Format: Photographic still, U.S.
  • Condition / Grading: Near Fine

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