Search Results for “Dorothy Arzner

DOROTHY ARZNER (ca. 1930-37) Set of 3 photos

Set of three (3) vintage original 8 x 10″ (20 x 25 cm.) black-and-white print still photos, USA. One photo has diagonal creases near bottom and other signs of light handling, VERY GOOD-; the other two are linen-backed keybook photos, NEAR FINE.

In the 1930s Dorothy Arzner was the only woman directing movies in the US. “It was no secret that Arzner was a lesbian.” (Mann, p. 74) As in these photos, she always appeared in “mannish” attire, with a short haircut.

KATHARINE HEPBURN, COLIN CLIVE | CHRISTOPHER STRONG (1933) Photo

[Los Angeles: RKO Pictures, 1933]. Vintage original 8 x 10″ (20 x 25 cm.) black-and-white single weight glossy silver gelatin print still photo. Minor toning to blank white margins and one ink publishing stamp on the verso. About fine.

One of the pivotal, influential films of LGBTQ cinema history, directed by Dorothy Arzner. It features the story of a strong female aviator.

Hepburn is in a very serious mood in this scene with Colin Clive. The characters are carrying on an adulterous affair in the story.

NANA (1934) Promotional book0

Vintage original promotional book, USA. United Artists. 4to, 12 pp., tissue overguards on each recto, slight spotting to wrappers, small mended tear on back, very good+.

A handsomely produced book, consisting of full-page images of Anna Sten in Dorothy Arzner‘s adaptation of Émile Zola. “The only film in which Arzner directly addresses prostitution.” Not in OCLC.

CHRISTOPHER STRONG (1933) Photo

Vintage original 8 x 10” (20 x 25 cm.) photo, fine. Katharine Hepburn, Colin Clive, dir: Dorothy Arzner; RKO. Christopher Strong (Clive) declares his love to aviatrix Cynthia Darrington (Katharine Hepburn), dressed as a moth for a costume ball.

Five Lesbian And Bisexual Women In The Performing Arts

In the middle of the 1970s Sandra Bernhard became a staple at The Comedy Store. As her popularity as a comedian grew, in 1977 she was cast as a supporting player on The Richard Pryor Show. Her big break came in 1983 when she was cast by Martin Scorsese to star as stalker and kidnapper Masha in the film The King of Comedy for which she won the National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Walter Reuben Catalog 43|2019

Walter Film’s second catalog (#43/201) contains 84 pages and encompasses ten categories that include Collection, LGBTQ, Warhol, African Americana, Film Directors, Literature into Film, Women, Theater and Exhibitor Books.

CHRISTOPHER STRONG (1933) Lobby card

Vintage original 11 x 14″ (28 x 36 cm.) lobby card, USA. Katharine Hepburn, Colin Clive, Billie Burke, Ralph Forbes, Helen Chandler, dir: Dorothy Arzner; RKO. Slight bending at top right blank comer, JUST ABOUT FINE. Hepburn’s second film, and her first starring film, a pre-Code romance in which she portrays[…]

CHRISTOPHER STRONG (1933) Title lobby card

Vintage original 11 x 14″ (28 x 36 cm.) title lobby card, USA. Katharine Hepburn, Colin Clive, Billie Burke, Ralph Forbes, Helen Chandler, dir: Dorothy Arzner; RKO, FINE. Hepburn’s second film, and her first starring film, a pre-Code romance in which she portrays an aviator who falls in love with a[…]

Walter Reuben Catalog 42|2018

As an addition to our WalterFilm.com website, we are delighted to announce that Walter Reuben Inc. has expanded its marketing profile to include a portfolio of catalogs that will consist of exceptional items, as exampled above. This first catalog in this series (#42/2018) is 126 pages and encompasses the breadth and[…]