1941 Press Photo Actor Wallace Beery With His Former Wife The Actress Rita Foyt

1941 Press Photo Actor Wallace Beery With His Former Wife The Actress Rita Foyt

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1941 Press Photo Actor Wallace Beery With His Former Wife The Actress Rita Foyt:

Note: Please study the images carefully to determine the condition of this vintage photograph, as it may not be in perfect condition. It may contain wrinkles, cracks, and possibly even tears due to its age and how it was handled before it got to us. A scanner may interpret colors and contrast differently than human eyes will, so it is possible that the actual photograph may be slightly darker or lighter in person. This vintage photograph is offered for sale as a collectible item and conveys no transfer of copyright. 1941 Press Photo actor Wallace Beery with his former wife the actress Rita Foyt This is an original press photo. In Los Angeles yesterday Mrs. Rita Foyt, former wife of Wallace Beery, film actor, testified for him in the $600,000 damage brought against him by his one-time protégé, Allan Whitney, charging false arrest. Mrs. Foyt testified she once had urged Beery to have Whitney investigated in connection with kidnap threats against their adopted daughter, Carol Ann.. Los Angeles, Saturday, Nov. 1 -- The second marriage of Mrs. Mary Areta Foyt, former wife of Wallace Beery, ended in divorce yesterday. Judge Parker Wood granted her a decree from Albert J. Foyt, stock broker, whom she married 2 years ago in Carson City, Nev. She charged cruelty. She married Foyt one week after her divorce from Beery, to whom she had been married 14 years. She and Beery have been occasional companions in Hollywood several times since her separation from Foyt Oct. 8, 1940. Mrs. Foyt formerly was known on the stage and in films as Areta Gilman. Photo measures 9.75 x 8.25 inches. Photo is dated 03-11-1941.   PHOTO FRONT


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