The success, of 1920’s silent films and 1930’s “talkies,” had America celebrating, it’s motion picture idols. Fans, couldn’t get enough, movie tobacco trade cards, glossy arcade photos, or screen star writing tablets. These, incredible writing souvenirs, feature a color lithograph print of each famous actor. My Forever Treasures, is pleased to offer, 3 movie star tablet classics. Richard Bartelmess, 1920’s silent film superstar. 1930’s legends, Betty Grable and Spencer Tracy, complete our movie star tablet trio. Wow.
Richard Barthemless, was a silent film legend. His, 90 year old writing tablet, show why his good looks, had female fans wide-eyed. 1922 Photoplay, described him as “The, idol of every girl in America.” Loved, for his roles opposite Lillian Gish and classics, such as “The Patent Leather Kid,” and 1927’s “Noose.” Barthelmess, was nominated, for a Best Actor Academy Award, at the very first ceremony.
(1934-1946) Betty Grable was, Hollywood’s record setting box office sensation. World War 2, had American soldiers adoring, her pin-up powers. Grable’s 42 films, including “Coney Island,” and “Down Argentina Way,” grossed $100 million. Her, beautiful 20th Century-Fox Studio writing tablet, was on everyone’s Xmas list.
Spencer Tracy, appeared in 75 films and was one of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures biggest stars. Tracy, developed a reputation among his peers, as one of the screen’s most talented actors. His, 2 Best Actor Academy Awards in “Captain’s Courageous,”1937, and “Boys Town,”1938 reward his excellence. Our, 2 different 1930’s Spencer Tracy writing tablets, reward your good taste.
Today, at My Forever Treasures, we’re celebrating both, silent films and Hollywood’s “Golden Age.” Take, Richard, Betty and Spencer home with you. It’s time for you to celebrate. Starting Now.:)
Richard Barthelmess Biography
BETTY GRABLE “MYSTERIES & SCANDALS
TCM Tribute to Spencer Tracy