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Belita,   (1923-2005)
Belita, British Olympic figure skater, dancer and film actress.
A very fine early 1950s black and white vintage photograph (5.5" x 3.5"), nicely signed and inscribed ("To John, All the best, Belita") in blue fountain pen ink across a clear area of the image.
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ref:9646  £15.00
Bell, Tom   (1933-2006)
Bell, Tom Lean British character actor.
A very fine signed and inscribed black and white 8" x 10" British Film Institute photograph of Tom Bell in  Quest for Love (1971), an extraordinary sci-fi drama based on a John Wyndham short story.

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ref:5291  £20.00
Bellamy, Ralph   (1904-1991)
Bellamy, Ralph Much-respected American actor, in many excellent films, including Rosemary's Baby (1968).
A lovely vintage sepia 5" x 7" photograph of the young and handsome Ralph Bellamy, nicely signed in blue ink across a lighter area of the image.

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ref:4045  £30.00
Ben Lyon and Bebe Daniels,   
Ben Lyon and Bebe Daniels, Ben Lyon (1901-1979) and Bebe Daniels (1901-1971)
American f
ilm actors and real-life husband-and-wife team (they married in 1930).
A lovely vintage 1930s sepia photograph (6.5" x 4.5"), signed and inscribed in ink by Ben Lyon and additionally signed in ink by Bebe Daniels.

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ref:9294  £20.00
Benjamin, Leanne   (1964- )
Benjamin, Leanne Australian-born ballet dancer, formerly a Principal Dancer with the Royal Ballet.
A truly extraordinary National Portrait Gallery colour artcard (5.75" x 4"), nicely signed in ink to the lower white card.

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ref:6765  £20.00
Bennett, Alan   (1934- )
Bennett, Alan English writer, actor and director.
A printed correspondence card (5.5" x 3.5"), on which Bennett explains to fans that because of the number of letters he receives he can't reply personally. He has, however, signed the card twice in black ink, adding - "Alas, I don't have any photographs (not much demand!) but here is my autograph - twice!"
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ref:9687  £15.00
Bennett, Alan   (1934- )
Bennett, Alan English actor, writer and director.
A fine signature in black ink on a white card (5.75" x 4"). The signature was obtained IN PERSON.


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ref:9049  £10.00
Bennett, Constance   (1905-1965)
Bennett, Constance Wild, wilful, independent and glamorous American actress.
A lovely black and white publicity photograph (5.5" x 3.5") for her 1957 cabaret engagement at the Cafe de Paris in London. There's a fine signature and inscription in blue ink, mostly across a light area of the image.

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ref:5867  £30.00
Bennett, Constance   (1905-1965)
Bennett, Constance Wild, wilful, independent and glamorous American actress.
A
fine vintage black and white press photograph (8" x 10")  taken during Bennett's 1957 cabaret engagement at the Cafe de Paris in London. A collector's note to the reverse suggests that it was signed - in blue ink to the wide lower margin - at a later date,  10th January, 1960.
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ref:5874  £30.00
Bennett, Hywell   (1944- )
Bennett, Hywell British actor, in some excellent films, including the cult psychological thriller, Twisted Nerve (with the extraordinary Bernard Herrmann theme tune, 1968).
A very fine signature in blue ink on a 6" x 4" white card. Perfect for display mounting.

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ref:6610  £10.00
Bennett, Jill   (1931-1990)
Bennett, Jill British stage, television and film actress.
A
very fine signature in black ink on a white card (5.5" x 4.5").
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ref:9893  £25.00
Bennett, Jill   (1931-1990)
Bennett, Jill British stage, television and film actress.
A very fine signature in black ink on a white card (5.5" x 3.5").

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ref:7604  £25.00
Bennett, Joan (and Walter Wanger)   (1910-1990)
Bennett, Joan (and Walter Wanger) Lovely American actress.
A very pretty vintage black and white publicity photograph (8" x 5.5"), nicely signed and inscribed across the image in blue fountain pen ink by both Joan Bennett and her then-husband Walter Wanger, who was subsequently jailed for trying to murder the agent Jennings Lang for his affair with her.

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ref:5232  £30.00
Berger, Senta   (1941- )
Berger, Senta Lovely German actress.
A very pretty black and white German postcard (photograph by Peter Pruy), nicely signed in black ink.


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ref:3482  £18.00
Berger, Senta   (1941- )
Berger, Senta Lovely German actress.
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n exceptionally pretty black and white photograph (5.75" x 4.25") boldly signed in green ink.
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ref:8109  £18.00
Bernard, Andree   (1966- )
Bernard, Andree Lovely blonde British actress.
How to describe this extraordinary 8" x 10" colour photograph? A stunning, unashamed display of her lovely natural talents, with her modesty preserved by strategic floral displays.



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ref:8525  £18.00
Bernhardt, Sarah   (1844-1923)
Bernhardt, Sarah French actress, the greatest of her age; known as “The Divine Sarah”.
A lovely W & D Downey glossy vintage sepia cabinet photograph (6.6" x 4.25") of the Divine Sarah, shedding a tear. There's an excellent signature and date (1912) in black ink across the image.


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ref:9970  £250.00
Best, Edna   (1900-1974)
Best, Edna

English actress, most memorably seen as the mother of kidnap victim Nova Pilbeam in Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) and the wife of prodigal violinist Leslie Howard in Intermezzo (1939).

A lovely early vintage 1930s FILM WEEKLY sepia photograph (5.25" x 3.25") of a very young Edna Best, boldly signed in black ink across the image.


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ref:3053  £12.00
Best, Edna   (1900-1974)
Best, Edna Fine British actress, most memorably seen as the mother of kidnap victim Nova Pilbeam in Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) and the wife of prodigal violinist Leslie Howard in Intermezzo (1939).
A very pretty vintage sepia photograph (approximately 5.25" x 3.25"), signed across the image in black fountain pen ink.

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ref:3218  £10.00
Best, Edna   (1900-1974)
Best, Edna Very fine English actress, probably most famous for her roles as  mother of kidnap victim Nova Pilbeam in Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) and the wife of prodigal violinist Leslie Howard in Intermezzo (1939).
A small collection of 3 rare and very early Edna Best items, including an excellent photograph of her with the twins she had to her first husband (none of whom are ever mentioned in biographies!)

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ref:5711  £25.00
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