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    Norma Shearer - Lost Hollywood Collection (c.1930s). Still (11" X 13.75"). With such films as "The Divorcee" in 1930, for which Shearer won the Academy Award for Best Actress, producer (and husband) Irving Thalberg began to turn her from a naïve ingénue into a star with a touch of sensuality. As with all things Hollywood, when a decision was made to project a certain image, every aspect of the promotion machine was turned to the task, and this steamy piece of special photography is a prime example. Printed on Double Weight paper. CGC: Very Fine.

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    July, 2006
    12th-13th Wednesday-Thursday
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