Los Angeles: Arwin Productions, 1954. Vintage photograph of director (and key Sinatra arranger) Gordon Douglas and Frank Sinatra on the set of the 1954 film. Mimeo snipe and an studio stamp on the verso.
A remake of the 1938 film "Four Daughters" directed by Michael Curtiz. Alex Burke (Gig Young) comes into the lives of the musical Tuttle Family and charms the three sisters, though he and Laurie (Doris Day) seem to be a perfect match, and the two strike up a relationship. Matters are complicated when Alex brings his friend Barney (Frank Sinatra) to the Tuttle home to help with some musical arrangements, and he quickly grows feelings for Laurie as well, meanwhile her sister Amy longs to be with Alex.
10 x 8 inches. Near Fine.