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This is an Original 11" x 14" color LOBBY CARD photograph, featuring a classic image of OLIVIA de HAVILLAND, fresh off her stint from the M.G.M. Metro-Goldywn Mayer hit, GONE WITH THE WIND, and actor JEFFREY LYNN. This photo features the dynamic couple in a romantic tense moment.

The Lobby is OVER 75 YEARS OLD--Colors are bright. The Card has tack holes slight wear and three tiny side tears and corner bends along with tape on the back. It was used to promote in 1940 in theaters the re-release of the 1940 comedy drama,

MY LOVE CAME BACK

Amelia is a gifted violinist who is in danger of quitting the Brissac Academy of Music. Julius arranges to have a scholarship given to her through his employee Tony so that Julius can escort Amelia to every musical event in the city. The trouble begins when he cannot meet her one night and Tony goes in his place. Tony believes that Julius and Amelia are a couple and then son Paul thinks that Tony and Amelia are a couple as he is sending her the money. The worst part is that Amelia might leave classical music for swing music with classmates Dusty, Joy and the band.

Director: Curtis Bernhardt (as Kurt Bernhardt)

Writers: Ivan Goff (screen play), Robert Buckner (screen play)

Stars: Olivia de Havilland, Jeffrey Lynn, Eddie Albert

CAST:

Olivia de Havilland ... Amelia Cornell
Jeffrey Lynn ... Tony Baldwin
Eddie Albert ... Dusty Rhodes
Jane Wyman ... Joy O'Keefe
Charles Winninger ... Julius Malette
Spring Byington ... Mrs. Malette
Grant Mitchell ... Dr. Kobbe
William T. Orr ... Paul Malette (as William Orr)
Ann Gillis ... Valerie Malette
S.Z. Sakall ... Geza Peyer
Charles Trowbridge ... Dr. Downey
Mabel Taliaferro ... Dowager
William B. Davidson ... Agent (as William Davidson)
Nanette Vallon ... Sophie
Sidney Bracey ... Butler (as Sidney Bracy)

It is a nice original movie item OVER 75 YEARS OLD. Nice for the Olivia DeHavilland or classic film. LOVER!

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MORE INFO ON OLIVIA de HAVILLAND: Olivia Mary de Havilland (born July 1, 1916) is a British-American former actress whose career spanned from 1935 to 1988. She is one of the last surviving stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood. She appeared in forty-nine feature films, and was one of the leading movie stars during the golden age of Classical Hollywood. She is best known for her early screen performances in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) and Gone with the Wind (1939), and her later award-winning performances in To Each His Own (1946), The Snake Pit (1948), and The Heiress (1949). Born in Tokyo to English parents, de Havilland and her younger sister, actress Joan Fontaine, moved to California in 1919. They were raised by their mother Lilian, a former stage actress who taught them dramatic art, music, and elocution. De Havilland made her acting debut in amateur theatre in Alice in Wonderland and later appeared in a local production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, which led to her playing Hermia in Max Reinhardt's stage production of the same play and a movie contract with Warner Bros.

Olivia de Havilland made her screen debut in Reinhardt's A Midsummer Night's Dream in 1935. She began her career playing demure ingénues opposite popular leading men, including Errol Flynn, with whom she made nine films. They became one of Hollywood's most popular romantic on-screen pairings. She achieved her initial popularity in romantic comedy films, such as The Great Garrick (1937), and in Westerns, such as Dodge City (1939). Her natural beauty and refined acting style made her particularly effective in historical period dramas, such as Anthony Adverse (1936), and romantic dramas, such as Hold Back the Dawn (1941). In her later career, she was most successful in drama films, such as Light in the Piazza (1962), and unglamorous roles in psychological dramas including Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964).

As well as her film career, de Havilland continued her work in the theatre, appearing three times on Broadway, in Romeo and Juliet (1951), Candida (1952), and A Gift of Time (1962). She also worked in television, appearing in the successful miniseries, Roots: The Next Generations (1979), and television feature films, such as Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna, for which she received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination. During her film career, de Havilland won two Academy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, two New York Film Critics Circle Awards, the National Board of Review Award for Best Actress, and the Venice Film Festival Volpi Cup. For her contributions to the motion picture industry, she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. For her lifetime contribution to the arts, she received the National Medal of Arts from President George W. Bush, and was appointed a Chevalier of the Légion d'honneur by French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

After romantic relationships with Howard Hughes, James Stewart, and John Huston, de Havilland married author Marcus Goodrich, with whom she had a son, Benjamin. Following her divorce from Goodrich in 1953, she moved to Paris and married Pierre Galante, an executive editor for the French journal Paris Match, with whom she had a daughter, Gisèle. In 1962 she published Every Frenchman Has One, an account of her life in France. De Havilland and Joan Fontaine are the only siblings to have won Academy Awards in a lead acting category. A lifelong rivalry between the two resulted in an estrangement that lasted over three decades. She has lived in Paris since 1956, and celebrated her 100th birthday on July 1, 2016.

MORE INFO ON JEFFREY LYNN: Jeffrey Lynn (February 16, 1909 – November 24, 1995) was an American actor.

Born Ragnar Godfrey Lind in Auburn, Massachusetts, Lynn was a school teacher before he began his acting career. He came to Hollywood and made his film debut in Out Where the Stars Begin (1938). He achieved a notable success in 1938 appearing with the Lane Sisters in Four Daughters, and the popularity of the movie was so great that it was followed by three sequels, Daughters Courageous (1939), Four Wives (1939) and Four Mothers (1941) with Lynn reprising his role in each of them.

After the success of Four Daughters, Lynn was screen tested for the role of Ashley Wilkes in Gone with the Wind (1939). He was considered to be the front runner for the role, partly due to his physical resemblance to the character as written. Lynn was used extensively during the "Search for Scarlett" playing Ashley in the screen tests for many of the actresses who tried out for the part. David O. Selznick eventually cast the more experienced and popular Leslie Howard.

Instead, Lynn acted in The Roaring Twenties (1939), a gangster film that reunited him with Four Daughters star Priscilla Lane, as well as James Cagney and Humphrey Bogart. As one of a trio of friends, and the only one not to "go bad", Lynn won excellent reviews. His success continued with such films as The Fighting 69th (1940) in which he portrayed poet-soldier Joyce Kilmer opposite Cagney, It All Came True (1940), All This and Heaven Too (1940) and Million Dollar Baby (1941). His movie career was interrupted by service during World War II and when he returned to the screen in 1948 he was not able to establish himself again. He was in the notably successful A Letter to Three Wives (1949) but his film career had stalled. Lynn starred in Home Town Story (1951) which featured Marilyn Monroe in a minor role and in Lost Lagoon (1957) opposite Lelia Barry. It was not until the 1960s that he achieved more successes with BUtterfield 8 (1960) and Tony Rome (1967).

He began appearing in television, in such series as Robert Montgomery Presents, Your Show of Shows, My Son Jeep (with young Martin Huston), and Lux Video Theatre during the early fifties. He also made appearances on Broadway in the shows Lo and Behold! (1952), Any Wednesday (1966) and Dinner at Eight (1967).

His final acting appearance was in a guest role in Murder, She Wrote in 1987, a television sequel to the feature film Strange Bargain (1949), which reunited him with his original co-star, Martha Scott.

After his acting career went into decline, particularly in the 1950s, Lynn began working in real estate and from then his acting career was a secondary interest.

He died in Burbank, California, aged 86, from natural causes. He was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills).

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OLIVIA de HAVILLAND Original MY LOVE CAME BACK Lobby Card JEFFREY LYNN 1940 Orig
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