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Source:   Strange interlude. (John Golden Theatre, 1928)


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Key sheet (9 shots). [Lynn Fontanne (Nina), Earle Larimore (as Sam Evans), Glenn Anders (as Edmund Darrell), Tom Powers (as Charles Marsden), and Helen Westley (as Mrs. Amos Evans), Philip Leigh (as Prof. Leeds)]

Image ID: 1158135

Key sheet (9 shots). [Lynn Fontanne (Nina), Earle Larimore (as Sam Evans), Glenn Anders (as Edmund Darrell), Tom Powers ... (1928)


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Image Details

Image Title

:  Key sheet (9 shots). [Lynn Fontanne (Nina), Earle Larimore (as Sam Evans), Glenn Anders (as Edmund Darrell), Tom Powers (as Charles Marsden), and Helen Westley (as Mrs. Amos Evans), Philip Leigh (as Prof. Leeds)]

Creator

: Vandamm Studio -- Photographer

Alternate Source Title

: A play in nine acts by Eugene O'Neill. Produced by the Theatre Guild at the John Golden Theatre, New York, January 30, 1928. (112 performances). Staged by Philip Moeller.

Medium

: Glass negatives

Specific Material Type

: Transparencies

Item/Page/Plate

: Unnumb.

Standard Reference

: The Best Plays of 1927-28, p. 500.

Source

: Vandamm theatrical photographs, 1900-1957. / Productions / Strange interlude. (John Golden Theatre, 1928)

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Billy Rose Theatre Division

Catalog Call Number

: *T-Vim 1961-001, Vandamm 1020

Digital ID

: 1158135

Record ID

: 444378

Digital Item Published

: 3-15-2005; updated 3-25-2011

Rights Notice

: Rights Notice: Permission is required for reproduction from Photographic Services and Permissions, The New York Public Library.

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