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7f020 BRIDE WORE RED color 8x10 still 1937 Joan Crawford w/fan listens to Franchot Tone play flute!

Date Sold 7/2/2019
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An Original Vintage Theatrical Color 8" x 10" [20 x 25 cm] Movie Still (Learn More)

The Bride Wore Red, the 1937 Dorothy Arzner poor-girl-romanced-by-rich-man romantic love triangle marriage wedding comedy ("Her most glorious and exciting romance!") starring Joan Crawford, Franchot Tone, Robert Young, Billie Burke, Reginald Owen, and Lynne Carver. Like most of director Arzner's movies, this one dealt with a very independent woman who "goes her own way" in life! Also note that Dorothy Arzner was a director from the 1920s to the 1940s, and she was the only woman director during the "Golden Age" of Hollywood ('20s to '40s) and she was the first woman to join the Directors Guild of America. Arzner was a lesbian at a time when almost no females openly were, and she was surprisingly open about it, often dressing in "men's clothes" and wearing her hair short. She made many "women's movies" and movies with a "feminist" theme. After making "First Comes Courage" in 1943, she made training films for the U.S. Army WACs, and she never returned to making Hollywood movies, becoming a film teacher of directing and screenwriting, teaching at UCLA until her passing in 1979.
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Condition: fair to good. See our super-sized images to get a good sense of the condition of this still.
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