DescriptionA Marjorie Woodworth Huge Collection of Black and White Photographs and Stills, 1940s. Approximately 1,000; all vintage prints with a glossy finish; images mainly depict the pretty blonde B actress in classic publicity shots or in "cheesecake" poses, though a number are stills from her films such as "All-American Co-Ed" (1941), "Two Mugs from Brooklyn" (1942), "The Devil with Hitler" (1942), and "Yanks Ahoy" (1943) among a few other titles; also included are a number of larger headshots and other glamour shots of Woodworth in her heyday.
10" x 8" and 14" x 11"
Marjorie Woodworth got her start in the business while still a teenager in the late 1930s when Hal Roach signed her on as a bit player at his eponymous studio. Sadly, her career petered out by the early 1950s, but this comprehensive collection of photographs from Miss Woodworth's own Estate shows what a beauty she was and what fun she likely had in the few films she did make.
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