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Auction History Result

1t022 ALICE WHITE deluxe 11x14 '30 great super sexy portrait in wildest deco outfit by Elmer Fryer!

Date Sold 8/21/2008
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An Original Vintage Theatrical Deluxe 11" x 14" (11x14) Movie Still (Learn More)

Alice White was an actress from the 1920s to the 1940s. She had reddish brown hair and Warner Bros. promoted her as another "Clara Bow". She didn't like the comparison and she dyed her hair blonde! She had a very messy private life including multiple abusive boyfriends and husbands, and she had a nervous breakdown in 1936. She attempted a comeback, but only had minor roles and other than a part in 1949's "Flamingo Road", she last acted on screen in 1942. Some of her movies include: The Show of Shows, Employees' Entrance, Show Girl in Hollywood, Jimmy the Gent, and Picture Snatcher. She passed away in 1983 at the age of 79.
Important Added Info: Note that this is a deluxe still printed on double weight paper stock. There is a stamp on the back of the still that reads, "PLEASE CREDIT ELMER FRYER FIRST NATIONAL STUDIOS". Note that there is a stamp on the back of the still (from the studio that distributed it). Note that there is a distribution date stamped on the back of the still ("FEB 18 1930").

Condition: very good. There are creases in the top 1" of the still, but otherwise, it is in nice condition!
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