Vintage 1920s Lois Moran Clarence Sinclair Bull Large Portrait Photograph Cloche
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Vintage 1920s Lois Moran Clarence Sinclair Bull Large Portrait Photograph Cloche:
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This photograph is just an incredible document, a Hollywood treasure that sells . We have come into an extraordinary collection of antique Hollywood photographs and memorabilia and are happy to combine multiple wins at no additional cost. 100% guaranteed original and vintage.
CONDITION: This 1st generation beautiful art deco photograph is in very fine condition with a little wear.
American actress Lois Moran played leads in both late silent era films and early sound films. Before making her Hollywood film debut as Laurel in the 1925 production Stella Dallas, Moran had been a dancer with the Paris National Opera and had already appeared in a few French films. Despite the potential she exhibited in Stella, Moran's career never took flight and her films were only of average quality. She left film in 1931 and began appearing on Broadway. Moran eventually left that when she married a business executive. Moran became a dance and drama instructor at Stanford University during the '50s and for a time acted in the television series Waterfront.