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Morris, Mary   (1915-1988)
Morris, Mary Distinguished British actress.
A very pretty vintage sepia photograph (5.25" x 3.75"), nicely signed across the image in brown ink with a handwritten note in in brown ink to the reverse mentioning The Thief of Bagdad (" Thank you for your nice letter, I hope you'll like the  Thief Bagdad - it should be on from Christmas, Best wishes from Mary Morris"). VERY RARE.
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ref:6944  £40.00
Morris, Wayne   (1914-1959)
Morris, Wayne American actor who hit the big time in the title role in Kid Galahad (1937) but whose Hollywood career was dwarfed by his real-life heroism as an air ace in World War II.
A very fine colour-tinted Art Photo postcard of the young Wayne Morris, nicely signed and inscribed ("To John, Sincerely, Wayne Morris") in blue fountain pen ink across the image.

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ref:5692  £30.00
Morton, Clive   (1904-1975)
Morton, Clive RADA-trained British character actor, in some excellent films, including Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949) and The Lavender Hill Mob (1951); also appeared in a 1972 Doctor Who episode, starring Jon Pertwee.
A fine short note, handwritten and signed in black ink (Wyndhams Theatre, WC2), enclosing an autograph for a fan.

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ref:6804  £12.00
Morton, Clive   (1904-1975)
Morton, Clive RADA-trained British character actor, in some excellent films, including Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949) and The Lavender Hill Mob (1951); also appeared in a 1972 Doctor Who episode, starring Jon Pertwee.
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very fine vintage black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), nicely signed in blue fountain pen ink to the lower white panel.
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ref:7345  £15.00
Mount, Peggy   (1916-2001)
Mount, Peggy Distinguished British stage, screen and film actress.
A very fine signature in blue fountain pen ink on a white card (5.5" x 3.5").

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ref:7608  £10.00
Mount, Peggy   (1916-2001)
Mount, Peggy Distinguished British stage, television and film character actress.
A very fine signed original vintage black and white publicity photograph (9.5" x 7.75") for Peggy Mount's 1960 film, Inn For Trouble (as Ada Larkin).

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ref:4019  £25.00
Mount, Peggy   (1916-2001)
Mount, Peggy Distinguished British stage, television and film actress.
A very fine black and white modern reproduction (8" x 10") of the younger Peggy Mount, signed in blue ink across the image later in life

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ref:7336  £20.00
Muir, Jean   (1911-1996)
Muir, Jean

Lovely blonde American actress, nicknamed "The Studio Pest" by Warner Brothers, for questioning everything that was going on, from camera angles to studio practices.

A lovely vintage 1930s sepia photograph (5.25" x 3.25"), nicely signed in blue fountain pen ink to the lower margin.


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ref:3043  £18.00
Mullen, Barbara   (1914-1979)
Mullen, Barbara American-born (not Scottish!) actress, a former dancer.
A gorgeous early vintage black and white photograph (8" x 10") of the young and very pretty Barbara Mullen, nicely signed, inscribed and dated (1944).

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ref:3828  £40.00
Murdoch, Richard   (1907-1990)
Murdoch, Richard British radio, film and television comedy performer.
An excellent glossy sepia Picturegoer photograph (5.5" x 3.5") of Richard Murdoch in the film Golden Arrow (1949). There's a fine signature and inscription ("Good luck, Eric, Richard Murdoch") in blue ink across the image.

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ref:6429  £10.00
Murray, Barbara   (1929-2014 )
Murray, Barbara
Lovely British actress, probably remembered most fondly for her television work, notably in The Plane Makers (as Pamela Wilder, 1963-64) and its successor, The Power Game (1965-66).
An exceptionally pretty vintage black and white photograph (measuring a little over 9" x 7"), nicely signed in period in blue fountain pen ink.

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ref:600  £25.00
Murray, Barbara   (1929-2014)
Murray, Barbara
Lovely British actress.
An exceptionally lovely vintage black and white 8" x 10" photograph, nicely signed in blue fountain pen ink to a clear area of the image.
Gorgeous!

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ref:1778  £30.00
Murray, Barbara   (1929-2014)
Murray, Barbara Lovely British actress, probably remembered most fondly for her television work, notably in The Plane Makers (as Pamela Wilder, 1963-64) and its successor, The Power Game (1965-66).
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n exceptionally pretty vintage black and white photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), nicely signed in blue ink to the lower white margin.
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ref:5705  £18.00
Murray, Barbara   (1929-2014)
Murray, Barbara Lovely British actress.
An excellent signature in blue fountain pen ink on an early 1950s album page (5" x 4").

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ref:6110  £10.00
Murray, Don   (1929- )
Murray, Don American actor, best remembered as the cowboy who romances Marilyn Monroe in Bus Stop (1956).
A fine black and white vintage publicity photograph of the young Don Murray, nicely signed and inscribed later in life ("For Fred, with appreciation, Don Murray") in black ink across the image.

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ref:4828  £25.00
Murray, Stephen   (1912-1983)
Murray, Stephen

Fine British stage and screen actor.

A very fine black and white 5.25" x 3.5" photograph, nicely signed in ink across the image.


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ref:830  £15.00
Murray, Stephen   (1912-1983)
Murray, Stephen

Fine British stage and screen actor.  A fine black and white 8" x 10" photograph by Walter Bird, nicely signed and inscribed ("To Peter") in blue fountain pen ink across the image. Rare in this size.


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ref:1162  £25.00
Myers, Peter   (1923-1968)
Myers, Peter British revue writer and screenwriter, most famous for his work on the films of Cliff Richard (The Young Ones, Summer Holiday and Wonderful Life).
A signed and typed letter (17 Moss Hall Grove, N12, Thursday, no date but known to be 1954) to the actor Tristram Jellinek, who is planning a revue to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the founding of RADA. RARE.


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ref:5275  £15.00
Nagel, Conrad   (1897-1970)
Nagel, Conrad

Fine American actor who was a co-founder of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts, served for a time as its president, and he was involved in the creation of the Academy Awards.

A beautiful, very early vintage sepia Film Weekly photograph (5" x 3.25"), nicely signed across a lighter area of the image in black fountain pen ink.


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ref:2636  £25.00
Nares, Owen   (1888-1943)
Nares, Owen Fine actor, Britain's favourite matinee idol and silent film star in the 1920s.
A remarkably early ROTARY glossy sepia postcard of Owen Nares at the beginning of his stage career, showing him in a clinch with the very young Gladys Cooper in a 1913 Gerald Du Maurier production of Diplomacy at Wyndham's Theatre in London.(This was a great success, running for a year and 455 performances.) Nares has added a good signature in dark blue fountain pen ink, together with the date, 1913.

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ref:3398  £10.00
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