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Lawson, Sarah   (1928- )
Lawson, Sarah Fine British actress, now remembered principally for her appearances in Hammer’s The Devil Rides Out (1968) and the excellent British sci-fi thriller, The Night of the Big Heat (1967).
A very fine original black and white publicity photograph (8" x 10") for London Weekend Television's women's prison drama, Within These Walls, in which Lawson played governor Susan Marshall in 1978. There's an excellent signature in blue ink across the image.

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ref:10319  £40.00
Lawson, Sarah   (1928- )
Lawson, Sarah Fine British actress, now remembered principally for her appearances in Hammer’s The Devil Rides Out (1968) and the excellent British sci-fi thriller, The Night of the Big Heat (1967).
A very fine black and white photograph (9.75" x 7"), boldly signed in dark blue fountain pen ink across the lower white pane


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ref:9875  £30.00
Leach, Rosemary   (1935- )
Leach, Rosemary Distinguished British stage, television and film actress, probably still most famous for playing Susan Weldon, mistress of Patrick Wymark's John Wilder in The Power Game, 1965-66.
(An on-screen seduction scene caused a sensation at the time, though in fact all we see is Patrick Wymark calmly adjusting his tie after the event.)
A very fine original vintage black and white ABC Television publicity photograph (9.5" x 7.5") for her March 29th 1964 Armchair Theatre play, Mug's Game (with Michael Craig and Walter Fitzgerald). There's a fine signature and inscription ("To Barry, Rosemary Leach") in blue fountain pen ink across the image. In very good condition. The original press release is still attached to the reverse.
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ref:10239  £18.00
Leander, Zarah   (1907-1981)
Leander, Zarah Beautiful, Garbo-like Swedish actress and singer.
A lovely vintage sepia postcard of a UFA portrait of Leander, nicely signed  in blue fountain pen ink across the image.

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ref:6737  £20.00
Lebedeff, Ivan   (1895-1953)
Lebedeff, Ivan Handsome Lithuanian-born actor, long in Hollywood and typically playing an oily villain.
A very fine vintage signature, inscription and date ("To Rowland Moore, Ivan Lebedeff, Hollywood 6.XII.31") in blue ink on a 4" x 2.5" white card. RARE

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ref:9202  £15.00
Lebrun, Albert   (1871-1950)
Lebrun, Albert French politician, president of France from 1932 to 1940; the last President of the Fourth Republic.
A fine card (4.5" x 3.5"), neatly signed and dated (May 4th, 1938) in black ink.

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ref:8389  £25.00
Lederer, Francis   (1906-2000)
Lederer, Francis Czech-born actor, most famous for his starring role in the Louise Brooks classic, Pandora's Box (1928).
A very fine vintage "Film Partners" postcard, showing Lederer with Claudette Colbert in a scene from Midnight (1939), nicely signed by Lederer in blue ink across a light area of the image.

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ref:6150  £20.00
Ledoux, Fernand   (1897-1993)
Ledoux, Fernand Legendary French film and theatre actor.
A fine signature and inscription ("To M(onsieur) Alfred E.Johnson, with all my kindness, F.Ledoux") in blue fountain pen ink on a 5.25" x 3.25" page.
(A collector's note to the reverse indicates that the signature was obtained on May 10th 1953, when Ledoux was appearing in a production of Tartuffe at the St James Theatres in London)

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ref:6998  £15.00
Lee, Anna   (1913-2004)
Lee, Anna
British actress who moved to Hollywood with her director husband in the 1930s, becoming a fixture of the John Ford stock company and appearing in many of his greatest films.
An extraordinary rarity - an original 8" x 10" vintage sepia photograph of Anna Lee in an uncredited, minor role in the Anne Neagle vehicle, Bitter Sweet, 1933. She's signed it in black ink and added the message "A very young Anna Lee", pointing to herself in the background with an arrow.

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ref:1948  £30.00
Lee, Brenda   (1944- )
Lee, Brenda American singer, the top-charting solo female vocalist of the 1960s.
A very fine black and white photograph (8" x 10") of the very young Brenda Lee, eating a hotdog. There's an excellent signature in black ink across the image.
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ref:9993  £20.00
Lee, Christopher   (1922-2015)
Lee, Christopher

Distinguished British actor, in constant work throughout his life.

A very fine black and white photograph (a little larger than 8.5" x 6.25"), nicely signed across the image in dark blue ink.
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ref:9611  £65.00
Lee, Christopher   (1922-2015)
Lee, Christopher

Distinguished British actor, in constant work throughout his life.

A very fine black and white publicity photograph (6" x 4") for his appearance as the evil caliph, Alquazar, in the 1979 fantasy adventure, Arabian Adventure (co-starring Peter Cushing), with a bold signature in black ink across the lower white panel.
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ref:10522  £40.00
Lee, Christopher   (1922-2015)
Lee, Christopher

Distinguished British actor, in constant work.

A deeply menacing modern black and white reproduction (8" x 10") of an earlier image, boldly signed in black ink across a lighter area.
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ref:7888  £75.00
Lee, Christopher   (1922-2015)
Lee, Christopher Distinguished British actor, in constant work.
A
very fine 8" x 10" black and white photograph of Christopher Lee as Fu Manchu, nicely signed and inscribed ("John, from Christopher Lee") in black ink across a clear area of the image. The signature was obtained IN PERSON.
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ref:4922  £60.00
Lee, Christopher   (1922-2015)
Lee, Christopher

Distinguished British actor, in constant work throughout his life.

A very fine black and white photograph (8" x 10"), as Dracula, nicely signed  and inscribed ("John from Christopher Lee") in black ink across a lighter area of the image, Signed in person.
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ref:9972  £125.00
Lee, Christopher   (1922-2015)
Lee, Christopher Distinguished British film actor, in constant work.
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very fine glossy black and white heavyweight British lobby card (8" x 10") for Christopher Lee's 1959 thriller, The Treasure of San Teresa (later retitled Hot Money Girl). There's a bold signature in black ink on the lower border. RARE.
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ref:7759  £50.00
Lee, Davey   (1924-2008)
Lee, Davey American child actor, imnortalised by his portrayal of Sonny Boy in Al Jolson's The Singing Fool  (1928).
In 1986, Davey Lee was brought over to the Piccadilly Theatre in London's West End to participate in the unveiling of a memorial bronze bust of Al Jolson, to commemorate the official centenary of his birth. This theatre was chosen because, to the best of knowledge, it was the only UK stage on which Jolson ever stood. The show featured tributes to Jolson from Clive Baldwin, David Jacobs and, of course, Davey himself. This is a special black and white 8" x 10" photograph produced to commemorate the event and it has been signed and inscribed "For my friend John, Davey Lee") IN PERSON in black ink.

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ref:4857  £20.00
Lee, Gypsy Rose   (1911-19700
Lee, Gypsy Rose American actress, burlesque entertainer, and writer whose 1957 memoir, which included a scathing portrait of her domineering mother, was made into the stage musical and film Gypsy.
  Agorgeous vintage black and white Bruno of Hollywood photograph (a little smaller than 5.5" x 3.5"), showing Gypsy Rose Lee in an alluring basque. There's a bold signature in dark blue ink across the image.
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ref:10219  £65.00
Lee, Peggy   (1920-2002)
Lee, Peggy Legendary American singer and songwriter.
A very fine black and white photograph (8" x 10"), neatly signed and inscribed ("To Don - Love, Peggy Lee") in black ink across a clear area of the image. Received in April, 1990.

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ref:9135  £30.00
Lee, Pinky   (1907-1993)
Lee, Pinky American burlesque comedian, a huge star in the early 1950s, hosting the children's television programme, The Pinky Lee Show.
A fine vintage album page (5.25" x 3.25"), signed in full in green ink and obtained on September 10th, 1951, when Lee was appearing at the London Palladium.
(It is difficult nowadays to comprehend how big a show business phenomenon this man was in his heyday, but some idea
be obtained from all the 1950s collectables now on offer on Ebay – dolls, board games, play sets, stationery, comics and premium offers from manufacturers.)
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ref:6805  £20.00
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