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1963 Press Photo Ann Harding/Actress/Radio - RRW20365

AdID: 503325

Availability: In stock

Part Number: RRW20365

Height: 9

Width: 7

Source: Rogers


This is an original press photo. Ann Harding guest stars as a woman who suffers from senile psychosis in "Fear Begins at 40," on NBC-TV's "The Eleventh Hour."
Ann Harding (August 7, 1902 -- September 1, 1981) was an American theatre, motion picture, radio, and television actress.

Her performances were often heralded by the critics, who cited her diction and stage experience as assets to the then-new medium of "talking pictures". Harding's second film was Her Private Affair, in which she portrayed a wife of questionable morality. The film was an enormous commercial success. During this period, she was generally considered to be one of cinema's most beautiful women, with her long waist-length blonde hair as one of her most noted physical attributes. Her films during her peak include The Animal Kingdom, Peter Ibbetson, When Ladies Meet, The Flame Within, and Biography of a Bachelor Girl. Harding, however, eventually became stereotyped as the innocent, self-sacrificing young woman. Following lukewarm responses by both her critics and the public to several of her later 1930s films, she eventually quit making movies when she married the conductor Werner Janssen in 1937. However, she returned in 1942 to make Eyes in the Night and to take secondary roles in other movies. In 1956, she again starred with Fredric March, this time in The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit.

The 1960s marked her return to Broadway after an absence of decades -- she had last appeared there in 1927. In 1962, she starred in General Seeger, directed by and co-starring George C. Scott, and in 1964 she appeared in Abraham Cochrane. Both productions had brief runs, with the former play lasting a mere three performances (including previews). Harding made her last acting appearance in 1965 in an episode of Ben Casey before retiring from acting. (Wikipedia)

Photo measures 7.25 x 9inches. Photo is dated 10-10-1963.