Original photograph of Lois Moran, circa 1920s
N.p. N.p., Circa 1920s. Vintage linen-backed portrait photograph of actress Lois Moran, circa 1920s.
Moran made her Hollywood debut in the 1925 film "Stella Dallas," and appeared in a few early sound movies, including "A Song of Kentucky" (1929), "Words and Music" (1929), and "Mammy" (1930). The actress was also noted for her 1927 affair with the writer F. Scott Fitzgerald, who rewrote the character Rosemary Hoyt (from "Tender is the Night") to resemble Moran.
8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus.
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