Original photograph of Vivien Oakland, circa 1927
N.p. N.p., Circa 1927. Vintage portrait photograph of actress Vivien Oakland, circa 1927. Insignia of photographer Roman Freulich from the negative at the bottom right corner.
Oakland started her career as one half of a vaudeville act with her sister Edna, but moved to work in Hollywood in the 1920s and 1930s, in particular with the Hal Roach Studios. She was best known for her comedy films, including "We Faw Down" (1927), "The Florodora Girl" (1930), and "Should Wives Work?" (1937).
Prolific Polish-born Hollywood photographer Freulich worked as a still photographer at Universal (where his brother Jack also worked) from the mid-1920s until 1944, when he was offered a position as head of the portrait and still department at Republic Studios, where he worked until 1961.
8.25 x 10.25 inches. Very Good plus, with light edgewear.
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