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THE HEIRESS Vintage Orig Mexican Lobby Card OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND MONTGOMERY CLIFT
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Original/Reproduction:

Original- Non-US

Genre:

Movie Memorabilia

Product Type:

Lobby Cards

Date:

1950-1959

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THE HEIRESS

ORIGINAL VINTAGE 1949 MEXICAN LOBBY CARD

MEXICAN TITLE: LA HEREDERA 

OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND WON HER SECOND OSCAR AS BEST ACTRESS. AS THE HEIRESS

DIRECTED BY: WILLIAM WYLER

YEAR OF RELEASE: 1949

MEASURES: 12.5 x 16.5 INCHES APPROX.  

CONDITION : HEAVY STOCK, VERY GOOD, HAS ONE TINY PIN HOLE IN  EACH CORNER.  HAS TWO SMALL TEARS ON THE RIGHT BORDER WITH A SMALL CREASE.  CREASES ON THE TWO LOWER CORNERS. 

 INSET PHOTO SHOWS OLIVA DANCING IN THE BALLROOM IN AN ELDERLY GENTLEMAN'S ARMS, AS SHE SPIES MONTGOMERY CLIFT WHO IS STARING AT HER.

 

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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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THE HEIRESS

 Director: William Wyler

Writers: Augustus Goetz (play) & Augustus Goetz (screenplay)

Release Date: 6 October 1949 (USA) Genre: Drama | Romance

Taglines:

When a Woman Loves a Man . . . She Doesn't Want to Know the Truth About Him !

She Was Taught To Love And Hate . . . By Masters !


Plot: A young naive woman falls for a handsome young man who her emotionally abusive father suspects is a fortune hunter.

Awards: Won 4 Oscars. Another 4 wins & 7 nominations


 Cast 

 Olivia de Havilland ...  Catherine Sloper
 Montgomery Clift ...  Morris Townsend
 Ralph Richardson ...  Dr. Austin Sloper
 Miriam Hopkins ...  Lavinia Penniman
 Vanessa Brown ...  Maria
 Betty Linley ...  Mrs. Montgomery
 Ray Collins ...  Jefferson Almond
 Mona Freeman ...  Marian Almond
 Selena Royle ...  Elizabeth Almond
 Paul Lees ...  Arthur Townsend
 Harry Antrim ...  Mr. Abeel
 Russ Conway ...  Quintus
 David Thursby ...  Geier

The poor film adaptation of James' WASHINGTON SQUARE in recent years shows how wise William Wyler was to film the Goetz's stage version rather than retain James's original story line. James's little novel about an Old New York heiress, Catherine Sloper caught in a tug-of-war between her heartless father and her fortune-hunting suitor (Morris Townsend) ends with a very Jamesian ending: Catherine learns to grow beyond her father's and Morris's petty battle, and in so doing shows her superiority to both of them. In adapting this novel for the stage, the Goetzes decided that such an ending (admittedly sublime on the printed page) would be hard to do onstage, and instead retain the Balzacian melodramatic air James drew upon by allowing Catherine her vengeance on father and Morris alike. The result is spellbinding. William Wyler crafted out of this melodrama one of the most hard-to-forget films of the Hollywood era, a masterful little exercise in emotional cruelty that has been championed by (among others) Martin Scorsese, who regularly lists it as one of tyhe five films that most influenced his own work. The sets are superb, and there's a lovely film score by Aaron Copland. But what really makes the film is the acting. There are only four major performers--Olivia De Havilland as Catherine, Sir Ralph Richardson as her father, Montgomery Clift as Morris, and Miriam Hopkins as Aunt Penniman--and all four give their best performances ever here; they seem to spur one another on to better work than you'd imagine them capable of doing. De Havilland is the one who most stands out: at first, though suitably old, she seems too beautiful to be effective as Catherine. But her fine portrayal of Catherine's crippling shyness makes her unattractiveness to both Morris and Dr. Sloper exceptionally believeable. When Catherine undergoes her awful education, De Havilland very bravelly allows herself to change a great deal so that while she's still Catherine you're aware of how radically she's changed. The highlight of the entire film is Catherine's showdown with her father, when she more than outmaneuvers him and utterly devastates him: De Havilland here does some of the acting the screen has ever seen. The scene begins with De Havilland's words "Morris jilted me," which she manages to deliver with about a hundred different levels of feeling, from shame at herself to almost bemused exasperation at Morris's shallowness to fury at her father. It ends with her dramatic (and surprisingly terrifying) declaration to her broken father, "That's it , Father--you'll never know, will you?", which leaves you aware not only of how thoroughly Catherine has beaten her father but at what a cost to her own soul. I can't imagine even one of the great stage actors doing more with this scene than De Havilland does.  Another great moment is when her Aunt Penniman asks her, "How can you be so cruel?" when leaving Morris at the door pleading.  Olivia's response: "I've been taught by masters!" makes the point a home run!  It's the performance of a lifetime.

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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.

   I PACKAGE MY ITEMS CAREFULLY WITH APPROPRIATE MATERIALS.  . 

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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UNFORTUNATELY INSURANCE AND TRACKING IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR NON-US BUYERS IF YOU CHOOSE FIRST CLASS INTERNATIONAL OR INTERNATIONAL PRIORITY FLAT RATE, ONLY FOR REGULAR INTERNATIONAL PRIORITY OR EXPRESS MAIL.  WHEN YOU CHOOSE FIRST CLASS INTERNATIONAL MAIL AND INSURANCE, YOUR SHIPPING WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY UPGRADED TO INSURED INTERNATIONAL PRIORITY MAIL WITH RECORDED DELIVERY.   THIS IS THE SAFEST WAY TO RECEIVE YOUR ITEM.  I CANNOT ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR ITEMS SHIPPED BY FIRST CLASS INTERNATIONAL UNINSURED, AS THERE IS NO WAY TO TRACK THEM AND NO RECOURSE IF THEY ARE DAMAGED OR LOST.  

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