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Amazing Hollywood Treasure Chest With (1000+) Vintage Movie Stills

Lot Number 585

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Tinseltown and its glamour are the fare in this spectacular lot of cinematic treasures. In arguably the biggest Hollywood assortment you’ll ever see, literally hundreds of vintage movie stills and promotional photos headline the marquee, while lobby cards and theatre displays are also abundant. Highlights include: Vintage Photographs: approximately 8x10 original black-and-white movie stills/promotional shots (ideal for framed display!) including: Walt Disney (“Song of the South”); Alfred Hitchcock; Marilyn Monroe (“Baby Doll”); (2) Elvis Presley (with “Viva Las Vegas”); (2) Ronald Reagan; (2) Frank Sinatra (“The Joker is Wild” and “Pal Joey”); John Wayne (“Operation Pacific”); (2) Orson Welles; (3) Abbott and Costello ("Jack and the Beanstalk”); and Clark Gable/Vivien Leigh. More on our website.

This is one of the most comprehensive collections we’ve ever handled. Hence, viewing at our Silver Spring, Maryland office is encouraged for interested bidders. Additional highlights include:

ORIGINAL MOVIE STILLS/PROMOTIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS:

Eddie Albert
Dana Andrews
(3) Richard Arlen with (2) “Touchdown!”; and (1) “Wayward”

(2) George Barbier with (1) “One Hour With You”; and (1) “The Smiling Lieutenant”
Lynn Bari “City Detective”
Delores Costello Barrymore “Little Lord Fauntleroy”
(2) Lionel Barrymore with (1) “It’s a Wonderful Life” (1946); and (1) “Dark Delusion” (1947)
(2) Warren Baxter with (1) “As Husbands Go”
(2) Wallace Beery
Constance Bennett
Joan Bennett
Milton Berle “Always Leave Them Laughing”
Shelley Berman “The Best Man” (1964)
Rossano Brazzi
Ed Brendel “If I Had My Way”
(2) Barbara Britton with (1) “The Great John L.” (1944); and (1) “Bwana Devil” (1958)
(2) Billie Burke with (1) “The Young In Heart”
Spring Byington

(2) Richard Carlson with (1) “All I Desire” (1953)
Joan Caulfield
(2) Lee J. Cobb “Miami Expose” and “Boomerang”
James Coburn “Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round” (1966)
Nat King Cole “The Scarlet Hour” (1956)
Joseph Cotton “Walk Softly” with biographical press release adhered to the reverse
(3) Linda Cristal with (1) “The Perfect Furlough” (1958)
(2) Bing Crosby with (1) “Say One For me” movie still
Bob Crosby

Bebe Daniels “Campus Flirt”
Denise Darcel “Vera Cruz” (1954)
Bette Davis “Bride Came C.O.D.”
(7) Yvonne DeCarlo with (1) “Band of Angels”; (1) “Frontier Gal”; (1) “Passion” (1954); (1) “The San Francisco Story” (1952); and (1) “Border River” (1953); and a four-page Universal-International press release with biographical content and film credits
Don DeFore “The Stork Club” (1945)
(4) Olivia de Havilland with (1) The Ambassador’s Daughter” (1956); and (2) “The Dark Mirror” (1946)
Kirk Douglas “The Indian Fighter” (1955)
Melvin Douglas sepia-toned photo with biographical press release adhered to reverse
(3) Peggy Dow
(2) Marie Dressler
(2) Joanne Dru with (1) Abie’s Irish Rose”
(2) Faye Dunaway “Bonnie and Clyde: (1967)
(3) Irene Dunne with (1) “Over 21”; and (1) “Life With Father” (1947)
(7) Deanna Durbin with (1) “Can’t Help Singing” (1944) with Universal Studios press release; and (3) “Because of Him” (1945) with Universal Studios press releases attached to (2)

Anita Ekberg “Who Holds Tomorrow”

Douglas Fairbanks “The Iron Mask”
Albert Finney “Scrooge” (1970)
Barry Fitzgerald “The Sainted Sisters” (1948) with two-page biographical press release
(3)2) Henry Fonda
Peter Fonda “Easy Rider” (1969)
Dick Foran “House of Seven Gables” (1940)
John Forsythe “Madame X”
James Franciscus “Miracle of the White Stallions”

Rita Gam “Sign of the Pagan” (1954)
(6) Ava Gardner with (1) “Bhowani Junction” (1955); (1) “On the Beach” (1959); and (1) Seven Days in May” (1963)
(2) James Garner (2) ABC Television “Maverick” stills
(3) Betty Garrett with (3) “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” (1949)
Rian Garrick “The Flying Fontaines” (1959)
(2) Lisa Gaye (2) 1957 National Screen Service promotional photos
Karen X. Gaylord “The Kid From Brooklyn (1946)
Janet Gaynor
(2) Leo Genn with (1) “Paratrooper”; and (1) “Plymouth Adventure” (1952)
Steven Geray “Gunfighters”
Stathis Giallelis “America America”
Frances Gifford “The Arleno Affair” (1947)
(4) Virginia Gilmore with (4) Columbia Pictures promotional photos
James Gleason “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn”
Paulette Goddard “The Young In Heart”
(3) Bill Goodwin with (1) “The Jolson Story”; (1) 1949 Universal Pictures promotional photo; and (1) 1952 Columbia Pictures promotional photo
Michael Gough “Horrors of the Black Museum” (1959)
Betty Grable “When My Baby Smiles at Me”
Gloria Grahame “Naked Alibi”
Maria Granada “The Savage Guns” (1962)
(5) Farley Granger “Our Very Own” with biographical press release adhered to the reverse
(3) Bonita Granville with (1) “Love Laughs at Andy Hardy” (1946); and (1) “Hitler’s Children”
(3) Dolores Gray
(2) Donald Gray with (2) “Saturday Island” (1952)
Jose Greco “Ship of Fools” (1965)
Juliette Greco “The Big Gamble” (1961)
(2) Joan Greenwood with (1) “The Detective” and (1) “The Man in the White Suit” (1952)
James Gregory “Nightfall” (1956)
Harry Guardino “Houseboat” (1958)
(2) Nancy Guild with (1) “Francis Covers the Big Town” (1953)
(2) Tito Guizar with (1) “The Thrill of Brazil”
(3) Anne Gwynne with (1) “Ladies Courageous” (1943); AND (1) “Ride ‘em Cowboy” (1941)

Reed Hadley “Big House, U.S.A.” (1955)
Lionel Hampton “Mister Rock and Roll” (1957)
Oliver Hardy
Mary Hatcher
Hurd Hatfield “The Picture of Dorian Gray” (1945)
Naura Hayden “The Angry Red Planet” (1960)
Allison Hayes “Chicago Syndicate”
Susan Hayward “Thunder in the Sun” (1959)
(5) Rita Hayworth (2) “Fire Down Below” (1957); (2) “Pal Joey” (1957); and “Gilda” (1959)
(2) Van Heflin with (1) “The Golden Mask” (1954)
Sonja Henie “It’s a Pleasure!”
Gloria Henry 1950 Columbia Pictures promotional photo
(8) Audrey Hepburn
Woody Herman
Charlton Heston
(2) Eddie Hodges with (1) “A Hole in the Head” (1959)
William Holden “Picnic”
(2) Judy Holliday
Skip Homeier “Cry Vengeance”
Bob Hope “Son of Paleface” (1952)
Vida Hope “The Man In The White Suit” (1952)
Leslie Howard
Trevor Howard “The 3rd Man” (1949)
Rock Hudson
(4) Marsha Hunt with (1) “Actors and Sin” (1951); (2) “Carnegie Hall” (1947); and (1) “Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman”
Ruth Hussey
Walter Huston

(2) Dean Jagger “It Grows on Trees” (1952) and “Bad Day at Black Rock”
Harry James “The Benny Goodman Story” (1955)
Claude Jarman, Jr. “Sun in the Morning”
(4) Van Johnson with (1) “Easy to Wed” (1946)
(2) Allan Jones with (1) “The Firefly”

Anna Kashfi
(2) Danny Kaye with biographical press releases
Cecil Kellaway “Just Across the Street” (1952)
Gene Kelly “The Devil Makes Three” (1952)
(5) Grace Kelly with (2) “The Swan” (1956); and (1) “Dial M For Murder”
(9) Deborah Kerr with (1) “The Hucksters” movie still (1947)
(2) Hildegard Knef “Sunderin” (1954); and “Svengali” (1955)
Fuzzy Knight “Frontier Gal” (1945)
Patric Knowles “The Big Steal”
(3) Otto Kruger (2) “High Noon” (1952) and (1) “The Great John L.” (1944)
Gene Krupa “The Benny Goodman Story” (1955)

David Ladd “Buffalo Grass”
(2) Frankie Laine with (1) “He Laughed Last”; and (1) “Bring Your Smile Along”
Arthur Lake “Blondie”
(2) Dorothy Lamour with (1) “Wild Harvest” (1947); (1) 1943 Paramount Pictures, Inc. promotional photo; and a four-page press release with biographical content and film credits
Burt Lancaster
(2) Frances Langford with (1) “Beat The Band” (1947)
Charles Laughton “Young Boss”
Peter Lawford
(4) Janet Leigh “The Romance of Rosy Ridge” (1947); and (3) promotional photos (one with biographical press release adhered to reverse)
Robert Q. Lewis “Good Neighbor Sam” (1961)
Viveca Lindfors “Run For Cover” (1955)
Margaret Lindsay “The Vigilantes Return” (1947)
(2) Marjory Lord “New Orleans” (1947); and “Johnny Come Lately”
Sophia Loren “What’s New Pussycat” (1965)
Frank Lovejoy “I Was a Communist for the F.B.I.” (1950)
(2) Paul Lukas “Thunder Below” (1932); and “The Vice Squad”
Ida Lupino

Tony Martin
Raymond Massey “Back Bay Romance”
(3) Fred MacMurray with (1) “False Witness” and (1) “The Caine Mutiny”
Adolphe Menjou “I’ll Be Yours” (1946)
(4) Ray Milland with (1) “Dial M For Murder” (1954); (1) “The Lost Weekend” (1945); and a six-page 1948 biographical press release with film credits
(2) Ann Miller
Denny Miller “Tarzan, The Ape Man” (1959); (3) different movie stills
(2) Thomas Mitchell with (1) “Dark Waters” (1944); and (1) “I Promise to Pay” (1956)
Robert Mitchum “Rachel and the Stranger” (with press release attached to reverse)
Maria Montez “Sudan” (1945)
(4) Dennis Morgan
Wayne Morris
(3) George Murphy

(4) Patricia Neal (1) “The Hasty Heart” (1949); and (3) “Fountainhead”
Jack Nicholson “Easy Rider” (1969)
Lloyd Nolan “Wild Harvest” (1947)

Jack Oakie
(6) Merle Oberon with (1) “Dark Waters” (1944); (1) “This Love of Ours” (1945); and (1) “Night In Paradise” (1945)
Donald O’Connor “Francis” (1949)
(2) Maureen O’Sullivan

(3) Eugene Pallette with (2) “Shanghai Express”
Gregory Peck
(3) Walter Pidgeon
(2) Zasu Pitts with (1) “The Perfect Marriage” (1946)
Dick Powell

Anthony Quayle “Woman in a Dressing Gown” (1957)

Claude Rains “Deception” (1946)
Teddy Randazzo “Mister Rock and Roll” (1957)
Meg Randall
Paula Raymond “The Gun That Won the West”
(2) Robert Redford including (1) “Inside Daisy Clover” promotional photo
(2) Phillip Reed
Carl Reiner “Gidget Goes Hawaiian” (1961)
(2) Erika Remberg
(2) Marjorie Reynolds
Ann Richards “Sorry, Wring Number” (1948)
Don Rickles “Muscle Beach Party” (1964)
Paquita Rico “The Savage Guns” (1962)
(4) Clint Ritchie (4) photos and a biographical press release
Maria Riva
(2) Cliff Robertson with (1) “The Girl Most Likely” (1957)
Jackie Robinson "The Jackie Robinson Story" (1950)
(2) Mickey Rooney
Rossana Rory “The River Changes” (1955)
Heinz Ruehmann
(2) Charles Ruggles
(2) Gail Russell with (1) “The Bachelor’s Daughters” (1946); and (1) “Captain China”
(2) Jane Russell “The French Line”; and “The Outlaw”
(2) Rosalind Russell with (1) “The Velvet Touch” (1948) with three-page biographical press release promoting “Oh Dad, Poor Dad”
Basil Ruysdael “Boots Malone”
(2) Kelly Ryan with (1) “The Outlaw’s Daughter” (1954)

Paul Scofield “The Train” (1965)
(3) Lizabeth Scott (2) “Pitfall” (1948); and (1) “Desert Fury” (1947)
(2) Randolph Scott
Elizabeth Sellars “The Chalk Garden” (1964)
(4) Margaret Sheridan with (3) “The Thing”
Penny Singleton “Blondie Takes a Vacation”
Robert Stack
Dodie Stevens “Hound-Dog Man” (1959)
Elaine Stewart 1953 Metro Goldwyn Mayer promotional photo
(3) Lewis Stone with (1) “Love Laughs at Andy Hardy” (1946)
Ed Sullivan 1963 Columbia Pictures promotional photo

Robert Taylor
Conway Tearle “Altars of Desire”
Phyllis Thaxter “Tenth Avenue Angel” (1947)
(2) Gene Tierney with (1) “The Ghost and Mrs. Muir”
(2) Franchot Tone with (1) “That Night With You” (1945)
Audrey Totter “Lady in the Lake” (1946)
(4) Spencer Tracy with (1) Bad Day at Black Rock”; (1) “Edison, The Man” (1940); and (1) “Plymouth Adventure”
Claire Trevor

(2) Nina Vale
(3) Alida Valli
Bobby Van
(3) Dick Van Dyke with (1) “Bye Bye Birdie” (1963)
Karen Varga “Smuggler’s Island” (1950)
Elena Verdugo “Little Giant” (1946)
Martha Vickers “Bad Boy”
(4) June Vincent (2) “That’s The Spirit” (1943); “Here Come the Co-eds”; and (1) “The Climax” (1944)
(2) Milly Vitale “The Juggler”
Joan Vohs “Cry Vengeance”

Raymond Walburn “Lover Come Back” (1946)
Jersey Joe Walcott “The Harder They Fall”
Judy Walsh “Cannibal Attack”
Minor Watson
(5) Mary Webster “Eighteen and Anxious”
Johnny Weissmuller “Jungle Man-Eaters”
Helen Westcott “Hot Blood”
James Whitmore “Face of Fire” (1959)
Henry Wilcoxon “The Buccaneer” (1958)
(2) Cornel Wilde with (1) “Hot Blood”
(3) Bill Williams “Those Endearing Young Charms”; “Till The End of Time” (1946); and “Apache Ambush”
Marie Windsor “The Bounty Hunter” (1954)
(3) Charles Winninger with (1) “Lover Come Back” movie photo (1946)
(4) Shelley Winters with (1) “Saskatchewan” (1954)
(2) Natalie Wood “The Girl He Left Behind”; and “Sex and the Single Girl”
Joanne Woodward “Back Bay Romance”
Jane Wyatt “Bad Boy”
Keenan Wynn “Running Wild” (1955)

Gig Young “A Ticklish Affair” (1963)
(2) Loretta Young “The Accused” (1948); and “The Perfect Marriage” (1946)
(4) Robert Young with (1) “Claudia” movie still
Roland Young “The Young In Heart”

Clark Gable/Jean Harlow “Saratoga”
Clark Gable/Jeanette MacDonald “San Francisco”
Ann Blythe/Joan Crawford “Mildred Pierce”

LOBBY CARDS

”Little Women” 1962 complete set of (8) 14x11 movie stills with credits listed on the lower borders; with original paper sleeve

MOVIE POSTERS

”Desperate Journey” (Ronald Reagan) 15-3/4 x 20”
”The Gay Sisters” (George Brent) 15-3/4 x 20”
”The Hard Way” (Dennis Morgan) 15-3/4 x 20”

MISCELLANEOUS:

”Easy Rider” Press release two-page release with typewritten text detailing the film and its actors
Barbara Stanwyck Press Release three-page typewritten account with biographical content and movie credits; dated “January 1947”
”Gone With The Wind” Exhibitors Campaign Book (19) advertising posters (18-1/8 x 24-1/8”)

Note: while this list may appear to be comprehensive, its contents are a mere portion of what’s included in this lot.

A number of the offered photos show evidence of curling, which is customary to the photograph paper used in this era. However, the photos have not creased.

Interested bidders are encouraged to personally view the items in our Silver Spring, MD office. Additionally, due to the weight of this lot, a shipping surcharge will apply and thus, local pick-up is strongly encouraged.

 
 
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