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Auction History Result

6073 VIENNESE NIGHTS 4 vintage 8x10 stills '30 Hammerstein operetta!

Date Sold 12/21/2004
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4 Original Vintage Theatrical 8" x 10" Movie Stills (Learn More)

Viennese Nights, the 1930 Alan Crosland Austria romantic love triangle musical operetta (written by Oscar Hammerstein II and Sigmund Romberg; about childhood friends in Vienna who join the army, and one becomes an officer, and he steals the woman that one of his friends loves, and they have an unhappy marriage, and his friend goes to America, where he later meets the unhappy wife, but now he is married with a child, so they put aside their love, and then 40 years later, their grandchildren get together, and they dream of what their life might have been) starring Alexander Gray, Vivienne Segal, Jean Hersholt, Walter Pidgeon, Louise Fazenda, and Bert Roach. Note that Walter Pidgeon was born in 1897, and started making silent movies in the mid 1920s, but he had limited success. He had a wonderful speaking voice, but that did not lead to stardom in early sound movies. Finally, in 1937, at the age of 40, MGM put him under contract, but still limited him to supporting roles. His "big break" finally came in 1941 with "How Green Was My Valley", and he became one of MGM's top stars of the early 1940s (no doubt helped by so many other male stars being away at war). He stayed with MGM for the remainder of his career.
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