This is an ORIGINAL 8 x 10? Black & White Photograph, that has yellowed with age, and has even curled, from the UNITED ARTISTS popular THE BOWERY BOYS in the 1955 feature,

High Society


Sach is informed that he is the heir to the fortune of a high society mogul. When he arrives for the reading of the will, he discovers that the real heir is a young boy, and that Sach's birth certificate had been forged by family members who don't want the youngster to inherit all the money. Sach and the gang determine to expose the relatives' scheme and see that the boy gets what is rightfully his.

Always A Treat To See Leo And Huntz

The entire cast included


Leo Gorcey ... Terence Aloysius 'Slip' Mahoney
Huntz Hall ... Horace Debussy 'Sach' Jones
Bernard Gorcey ... Louie Dumbrowsky
Amanda Blake ... Clarissa Jones
David Gorcey ... Chuck (as David Condon)
Addison Richards ... Sam Cosgrove
Paul Harvey ... Henry Baldwin
Dayton Lummis ... H. Stuyvesant Jones
Ronald Keith ... Terwilliger Debussy 'Twig' Jones III
Gavin Gordon ... Frisbie the Butler
Dave Barry ... Palumbo the Pianist
Benny Bartlett ... Butch (as Bennie Bartlett)
Kem Dibbs ... Marten the Chauffeur

Photo is ALL ORIGINAL for OVER 50 YEARS OLD! Some edge wear and yellowing but ALL ORIGINAL!

MORE INFO ON HUNTZ HALL: The 14th of 16 children born to an air conditioning repairman, Henry Richard Hall (he got the name "Huntz" from a brother who said his large nose made him look German) was anything but the tough street kid he played in the East Side Kids/Bowery Boys films. He made his stage

at the age of 1 in a play called "Thunder on the Left"; after graduating from a Catholic grammar school, he attended New York's famous Professional Children's School, was a boy soprano with the Madison Square Quintette, and appeared in an experimental 1932 television broadcast. Actor/director got him an audition for the play "Dead End", and Hall got the part because he could imitate a machine gun to playwright 's satisfaction. Hall appeared in a total of 81 East Side Kids/Bowery Boys features and serials, more than any other actor. In 1940 he married 18-year-old dancer Elsie May Anderson (they divorced in 1944). During WW2 Hall enlisted in the Army, and after his discharge returned to Hollywood, where his first jobs were in war films playing soldiers (for his impressive work in (1945) he received the New York Theatre Critics Circle Blue Ribbon ).

In 1948 Hall found himself in the same kind of jam as did -- getting for possession of marijuana, but he was acquitted by a jury. After the trial Hall married showgirl Leslie Wright. In the early 1950s, Hall and former Bowery Boys actor teamed up and for a "Hall and Dell" nightclub act that was so successful it cost both men their marriages; in 1953 Hall's and Dell's wives both sued for divorce, claiming the men thought more of the act than they did of them. In 1954 Hall was for fighting with the manager of a building where he was attending a party; apparently the party was too noisy and the manager told the occupants to quiet down. Hall took offense at this, a fight ensued and Hall was for assault, for which he paid a $50 fine and was put on probation. In 1959 he was on a drunk driving charge. Having stayed out of trouble for quite some time now, Hall has been content in retirement, with occasional film and television work (not that he needed the money; in addition to owning 10% of the Bowery Boys pictures, Hall made some wise oil and gas investments that paid off handsomely).

It is part of our in-store inventory from our shop which is located in the heart of Hollywood where we have been in business for the past 40 years

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