A set of 13 Assorted black and white 8×10 inch Film Stills for The 1940 film
Each carries a BFI Collections credit on verso.
Between December 15, 1936 and July 22, 1947, Deanna Durbin recorded 50 tunes for Decca Records. While often re-creating her movie songs for commercial release, Durbin also covered independent standards, like “Kiss Me Again”, “My Hero”, “Annie Laurie”, “Poor Butterfly”, “Love’s Old Sweet Song” and “God Bless America”.
She starred in many movies including
That Certain Age, Three Smart Girls Grow Up, I’ll be Yours, Its a date, Spring Parade, Amazing Mrs Hliday, Lady On a Train, For The Love of Mary, One Hundred men and a girl, First Love, Mad about Music, Can’t Help Singing and many many more
These Museum quality items are part of the Shoot That Tiger Studio Archive.
They were likely in archive for a potential re-release of a book or film on VHS or DVD and would have been used for cover and internal artwork.
Part of that archive is now available to buy.
With a hand-signed letter from the Art Studio Owner
This artwork is part of that historic archive.