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HEAVY STOCK, VERY GOOD, ONE PIN HOLE IN EACH CORNER. BROWNING AROUND THE BORDERS WITH A FEW TANNING

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Approximately AU $5.53(including postage)
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Condition: Used
Seller Notes: HEAVY STOCK, VERY GOOD, ONE PIN HOLE IN EACH CORNER. BROWNING AROUND THE BORDERS WITH A FEW TANNING SPOTS.
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Mexico

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LOVE LETTERS

ORIGINAL VINTAGE 1945 MEXICAN LOBBY CARD

MEXICAN TITLE: CARTAS A MI AMADA

Jennifer Jones, Joseph Cotten, Ann Richards.

YEAR OF RELEASE: 1945

MEASURES: 12.5 x 16.5 INCHES APPROX.  

CONDITION : HEAVY STOCK, VERY GOOD, ONE PIN HOLE IN EACH CORNER.  BROWNING AROUND THE BORDERS WITH A FEW TANNING SPOTS

INSET PHOTO SHOWS JOSEPH COTTEN & JENNIFER JONES!

 

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SHIPPING CHARGES FOR MULTIPLE LOBBY CARDS

USA

SHIP 1 LOBBY CARD = $5.99

ADD $1.00 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LOBBY CARD ADDED TO THE ORDER.

CANADA

SHIP 1 LOBBY CARD = $11.99

ADD $1.50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LOBBY CARD ADDED TO THE ORDER.

WORLDWIDE

SHIP 1 LOBBY CARD = $16.99

ADD $1.50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LOBBY CARD ADDED TO THE ORDER.

THERE IS NO ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGE FOR ADDING ANY FILM HERALDS, HANDBILLS OR FLYERS PURCHASED WITH THIS LOBBY CARD SHIPPED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.

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LOVE LETTERS

Director: William Dieterle

Writers: Christopher Massie (novel) & Ayn Rand (writer)

Release Date: 26 October 1945 (USA)

Genre: Drama | Mystery | Romance


Plot: Allen Quinton writes a fellow soldier's love letters; tragedy results. Later, Allen meets a beautiful amnesiac who fears postmen.

 Cast 

 Jennifer Jones ...  Singleton
 Joseph Cotten ...  Allen Quinton
 Ann Richards ...  Dilly Carson
 Cecil Kellaway ...  Mac
 Gladys Cooper ...  Beatrice Remington
 Anita Louise ...  Helen Wentworth
 Robert Sully ...  Roger Morland
 Reginald Denny ...  Defense counsel Phillips
 Ernest Cossart ...  Bishop
 Byron Barr ...  Derek Quinton

This is one of the 4 (successful) pairings of Joseph Cotten and Jennifer Jones. Jones receiving 3 Oscar nominations for her efforts (including this one). The debonair Cotten and the delightful Jones are perfectly cast. The title of the film provides the "connecting thread" for our seemingly doomed lovers. This mystery/love story is a "grabber" beginning to end. The film is a cornucopia of actions and emotions. The English countryside is very effective for this tale. The inevitability of their fates is obvious, but it's a very long and twisted road to get there....... and a very enjoyable road too...

Jennifer Jones (March 2, 1919 – December 17, 2009) was an American actress. A five-time Academy Award nominee, Jones won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in The Song of Bernadette (1943). Jones was born Phylis Lee Isley in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the daughter of Flora Mae (née Suber) and Phillip Ross Isley. Her parents toured the Midwest in a traveling tent show they owned and operated. Jones attended Monte Cassino Junior College in Tulsa and Northwestern University, where she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority before transferring to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City in 1938. It was here she met and fell in love with fellow acting student Robert Walker. The couple married on January 2, 1939. They returned to Tulsa for a 13-week radio program arranged by her father, and then made their way to Hollywood. Isley landed two small roles, first in a 1939 John Wayne western titled New Frontier, followed by a serial entitled Dick Tracy's G-Men. In these two films, she was billed as 'Phyllis Isley' (Phyllis now spelled with two Ls). However, they failed a screen test for Paramount Pictures and decided to return to New York City. While Walker found steady work in radio programs, Isley worked part-time modeling hats for the Powers Agency while looking for possible acting jobs. When she learned of auditions for the lead role in Claudia, Rose Franken’s hit play, she presented herself to David O. Selznick’s New York office but fled in tears after what she thought was a bad reading. Selznick, however, overheard her audition and was impressed enough to have his secretary call her back. Following an interview, she was signed to a seven-year contract. She was carefully groomed for stardom and given a new name: Jennifer Jones. Director Henry King was impressed by her screen test as Bernadette Soubirous for The Song of Bernadette (1943) and she won the coveted role over hundreds of applicants. In 1944, on her 25th birthday, Jones won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance as St. Bernadette. That year, Jones' friend, Ingrid Bergman, was also a Best Actress nominee for her work in For Whom the Bell Tolls. Jones apologized to Bergman, who replied, "No, Jennifer, your Bernadette was better than my Maria." Jones presented the Best Actress Oscar the following year to Bergman for Gaslight. Jones as a Eurasian doctor in Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (1955)Over the next two decades, Jones appeared in a wide range of roles selected by Selznick. Her dark beauty and sensitive nature appealed to audiences and she projected a variable range. Her initial saintly image — as shown in her first starring role — was a stark contrast three years later when she was cast as a provocative bi-racial woman in Selznick’s controversial film Duel in the Sun (1946). Other notable films included Since You Went Away (1944), Love Letters (1945), Cluny Brown (1946), Portrait of Jennie (1948), Madame Bovary (1949), Carrie (1952), Ruby Gentry (also 1952), Indiscretion of an American Wife (1953), Beat the Devil (1953), Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (1955), Good Morning Miss Dove (also 1955), The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit (1956) starring opposite Gregory Peck [3] and A Farewell to Arms (1957). Her leading men during this period included Charles Boyer, Joseph Cotten, Gregory Peck, John Garfield, Charlton Heston, Laurence Olivier, Montgomery Clift, Humphrey Bogart, William Holden, Robert Stack, John Gielgud, Rock Hudson, and Jason Robards. The portrait of Jones for the film Portrait of Jennie was painted by Robert Brackman. Her last big-screen appearance came in the spectacular disaster film The Towering Inferno (1974), in which she danced with Fred Astaire before a fire threatened partygoers in a new San Francisco skyscraper who were celebrating its official opening as tallest building in the world. Her exit from the picture was also the most sympathetic when, after helping to assist two children to escape the disaster, her character fell 110 stories to her death from a scenic elevator on the outside of the building which was derailed following an explosion. Her touching performance earned her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress. As luck would have it, scenes from early on in the movie showed paintings loaned to the production from the Norton Simon art gallery. Simon was her husband at the time the movie was produced.  Jones' first marriage produced two sons, Robert Walker, Jr. (born April 15, 1940; Jones's only child who would not predecease her), and Michael Walker (March 13, 1941 – December 27, 2007). Both later became actors. Jones had an affair with David O. Selznick, which eventually led to her separation from Walker in November 1943 and divorce in June 1945. Jones married Selznick on July 13, 1949, a union which lasted until his death on June 22, 1965. After his death, she semi-retired from acting. According to media reports, Jones attempted suicide in November 1967 by jumping off a cliff; she was hospitalized in a coma before eventually recovering. Her daughter, Mary Jennifer Selznick (1954–1976), committed suicide by jumping from a 20th-floor window on May 11, 1976. This led to Jones' interest in mental health issues. On May 29, 1971, Jones married multi-millionaire industrialist, art collector and philanthropist Norton Simon, whose son Robert had committed suicide in 1969. Years before, Simon had attempted to buy the portrait of her used in the film Portrait of Jennie. Simon later met Jones at a party hosted by fellow industrialist/art collector Walter Annenberg. Norton Simon died in June 1993. Jennifer Jones-Simon was Trustee Emeritus of the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena. Jones was a breast cancer survivor. Actress Susan Strasberg, who would die of the disease in 1999, who was then married to actor Christopher Jones, named her own daughter Jennifer Robin Jones in the older actress's honor. Jones enjoyed a quiet retirement in Southern California close to her son. She granted no interviews and rarely appeared in public. She died of natural causes at her home on December 17, 2009, aged 90.

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MEXICAN LOBBY CARD INFORMATION 

THIS IS AN ORIGINAL VINTAGE MEXICAN LOBBY CARD.  IT IS NOT A REPRODUCTION.   THESE WERE ISSUED AT THE TIME OF THE FIRST RELEASE OF THE PICTURE FOR AUDIENCES IN MEXICO, USUALLY WITHIN ONE YEAR OF THE US RELEASE, AND ALMOST ALWAYS ON THICK STOCK PAPER. 

 THESE USUALLY HAVE ORIGINAL MEXICAN ART WORK AND GRAPHICS, DESIGNED ESPECIALLY FOR THIS FILM,  ALONG WITH A PHOTOGRAPHIC SCENE FROM THE MOVIE.  THE TITLE AND DESCRIPTIONS ARE USUALLY IN SPANISH, WITH THE NAMES OF THE STARS, PRODUCER, DIRECTOR AND FILM STUDIO PRINTED IN ENGLISH.  MANY HAVE THE ENGLISH FILM TITLE PRINTED BENEATH THE SPANISH TITLE IN SMALLER LETTERS.  THE MEXICAN LOBBY CARDS ARE WELL KNOWN FOR THEIR EXCELLENT ARTWORK AND QUALITY.

LOBBY CARDS WERE PLACED IN THE LOBBY OF THE THEATRE, USUALLY BEHIND GLASS, TO PROMOTE THE NEW FILM COMING NEXT WEEK.  EACH LOBBY CARD FEATURED A DIFFERENT DRAMATIC SCENE FROM THE FILM TO ENTICE THE VIEWER TO WANT TO RETURN FOR THIS FILM WHEN IT OPENED NEXT WEEK.

 

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  I PACKAGE MY RECORDS AND OTHER ITEMS CAREFULLY WITH APPROPRIATE MATERIALS.  MY SHIPPING CHARGES ARE CAREFULLY CALCULATED TO COVER MY COSTS FOR SHIPPING BOXES, PACKAGING MATERIALS, GASOLINE AND MYRIADS OF OTHER FEES AND CHARGES I MUST PAY TO CONTINUE AFFORDABLE SHIPPING.  I GLADLY COMBINE SHIPMENTS TO REDUCE CHARGES WHEN POSSIBLE, BUT SHIPPING RATES ARE NOT NEGOTIABLE. 

RETURN & INSURANCE POLICY FOR ALL BUYERS:

ANY UNDAMAGED ITEM MAY BE RETURNED WITHIN SEVEN DAYS OF RECEIPT FOR A FULL HIGHLY ADVISED.  I ALWAYS PROVIDE DELIVERY CONFIRMATION OR TRACKING IN THE USA.REFUND LESS SHIPPING COSTS.  ALL ITEMS SHIPPED UNINSURED ARE AT THE BUYERS OWN RISK FOR DAMAGE OR LOSS.  INSURANCE IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE FOR EXACT COST IN THE USA AND IS

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