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Auction History Result
Lot #: 040 OF HUMAN BONDAGE ('34) Aust daybillDate Sold 12/5/1994
Sold For: $805.00
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Of Human Bondage, the classic 1934 John Cromwell man-obsessed-with-trashy-woman-who-treats-him-as-badly-as-anyone-has-ever-been-treated romantic melodrama ("The love that lifted a man to paradise.. and hurled him back to earth [sic] again!"; based on the novel by W. Somerset Maugham) starring Leslie Howard, Bette Davis (note that because Bette Davis was a Warner Bros star, and because she was "loaned" to RKO to make the movie, Warner executives saw to it that she wasn't even nominated for the Best Actress Oscar [for the only time in Oscar history, there was a major effort to have her still win by being a "write-in" candidate, but that failed, which was likely the greatest travesty in the history of the Academy Awards!]. As so often happens, Davis was given the Best Actress Oscar the following year for Dangerous, as a "consolation" prize for being robbed the year before!), Frances Dee, Kay Johnson, Reginald Denny, Alan Hale Sr., and Reginald Owen
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