Humphrey Bogart and Alan Ladd effect 'Film Noir' pose (0009)
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Humphrey Bogart and Alan Ladd effect 'Film Noir' pose
That extraordinary film phenomenon, a star whose personality, fame and following are much greater today than they were during his lifetime. Although he held considerable appeal for those three decades from the mid- 1930s, there was never any suggestion that he would be nominated to heart throb stars. Since his death in 1957 and the subsequent club that has grown up around such films like "Casablanca" (1943) and "The Big Sleep" (1946), Bogart has become one of the most potent male symbols ever to grace the screen. He was nominated for an Oscar as the unforgettable Rick in "Casablanca". Through the 1950s, Bogart made a dozen films, unquestionably the greatest being "The African Queen" (1955) with the marvellous Kathrine Hepburn.
Photograph is derived directly from the Estate of Frank Worth, accompanied with a sequentially numbered tamper proof holographic seal and with the Estate Seal of Frank Worth and a facsimile signature.
Framed prints are professionally framed by a leading framing company, with matt black framing 2" in width and a thick card inset mount. Unframed prints are delivered flat, never rolled.