EARLY HOLLYWOOD: Dangerous Money (Farliga Pengar), Paramount Pictures, 1924 – An extremely rare Silent Era vintage Swedish movie poster
Dangerous Money (Farliga Pengar), Paramount Pictures, 1924
An extremely rare 1920s silent era cinema Art Deco Swedish one sheet movie poster, for Dangerous Money, the film starring Bebe Daniels, William Powell and Tom Moore, lithographic print, framed, mounted and glazed, poster itself 23½ x 35 inches
Hollywood actress Phyliss Virginia “Bebe” Daniels (1901 – 1971) was a star during both the silent and early sound cinema eras. Dangerous Money was made whilst Daniels was under contract to Paramount features William Powell as a Prince trying to steal Bebe’s characters money. The film is one of the lost movies of the era.
Bebe appeared in over 230 films during her career, she moved her family to London during the early 1930s. Bebe and her Hollywood actor husband Ben Lyon were stars of a hugely successful series of British radio shows, which began in the mid-1930s, continued throughout the war years and by the 1950s had developed into the BBC radio and early television show “Life With The Lyons”.
To read more about Bebe Daniels see her biography Bebe Daniels: Hollywood’s Good Little Bad Girl By Charles L. Epting
Additional Swedish Art Deco period posters are available in our store see EARLY HOLLYWOOD: An extremely rare Swedish Movie Poster for Circe, The Enchantress, 1924
Condition report – Overall condition extremely good in accordance with age; 2 inch tear to Daniels arm image, tear to red area image, some wear to central text, small tear to border and some handling creases. Framed in museum quality frame, mount and glaze.
Dimensions: Within frame 23½ x 35 inches
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Condition Report: Overall condition extremely good in accordance with age; 2 inch tear to Daniels arm image, tear to red area image, some wear to central text, small tear to border and some handling creases. Framed in museum quality frame, mount and glaze.