DescriptionDouglas Fairbanks in The Thief of Bagdad (United Artists, 1924). Autographed German Portrait Photo (7" X 9.25").
Vintage gelatin silver, double weight, satin finish photo. Douglas Fairbanks stars in one of the finest fantasy films ever made. In this magical tale, he competes against three other suitors for the hand of the daughter of the Caliph of Bagdad. Fairbanks was known for his athletic ability and it was on full display as he performed his own stunts in this Raoul Walsh film. An exceptional portrait of Fairbanks is offered here, signed "Very Sincerely Douglas Fairbanks, 1926." Only light signs of aging can be detected. Very Fine-.
Estimate: $300 - $600.
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