Boyer Is Very Sad, But the Girls Are Very Glad. 1940 NEWSPAPER ARTICLE. BASEBALL - JOE DIMAGGIO.
Boyer Is Very Sad, But the Girls Are Very Glad. 1940 NEWSPAPER ARTICLE.
Boyer Is Very Sad, But the Girls Are Very Glad. 1940 NEWSPAPER ARTICLE.

Boyer Is Very Sad, But the Girls Are Very Glad. 1940 NEWSPAPER ARTICLE.

Portland, OR. The Oregonian. April 21, 1940.
Single sheet from the April 21, 1940 Sunday Oregonian, 21 1/2 x 15 1/2 inches, text on verso, horizontal fold as issued. Age toning to paper; very good condition. A color cartoon advertisement uses Joe DiMaggio to promote Camel cigarettes. The Charles Boyer article on verso is subtitled: A Touch of Early Defeat on Hollywood's Picture Lots Leaves Screendom's 'Greatest Lover' With a Penchant for the Lonely and Melancholic Life, accompanied by a large photo illustration of a miserable-looking Boyer. The article below is about Lord Haw-Haw, the anonymous man with an affected Oxbridge accent broadcasting Nazi propaganda from Germany to England (he turned out to be William Joyce). Item #56484

Price: $45.00