Ian Hunter and Nan Grey Signed Photos from "Tower of London". Two original 8 "x 10" shots from Tower of London (1939); a portrait signed by Ian Hunter (as Edward IV) and an on-set candid signed by Nan Grey (as Lady Alice), both inscribed to Donnie Dunagan (Baby Prince Richard). Hunter writes "To Master Donnie Sincerely Ian Hunter" and Grey inscribes "for Donnie Sincerely, Nan Grey," both in black fountain ink. Hunter (1900-75) was a prominent character actor in many Warner Bros. and MGM films of the late 1930s/early 1940s, while Grey (1918-93) was memorable in such Universal horrors as Dracula's Daughter and The Invisible Man Returns. She was also the long-time wife of singer Frankie Laine. Each still has its original "snipe" on the reverse. There are pin holes in the four border areas of each still, and the Nan Grey picture has a tiny chip from the upper right border, otherwise in overall Excellent condition. The 1939 eye make-up on Grey as she practices needlework in her 15th-century costume is especially charming. Wonderful mementoes from one of Universal's most ambitious horror epics. From the Donnie Dunagan Archive.

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