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Jane Russell Having Fun on Set

Black and a white candid photograph of Jane Russell having fun on the set of "The French Line", circa 1954.

The French Line is a 1953 American musical film starring Jane Russell made by RKO Radio Pictures, directed by Lloyd Bacon and produced by Edmund Grainger, with Howard Hughes as executive producer. The screenplay was by Mary Loos and Richard Sale, based on a story by Matty Kemp and Isabel Dawn. It was filmed in three strip technicolor and Dual strip polarized 3D during what many consider 3-D film's "golden era" of 1952-1954.

Photo by Frank Worth

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Prints unframed on Fine Art Baryta paper, a bright white, cellulose-based Fine Art inkjet paper with an inkjet coating specially tailored for Fine Art use.

The acid- and lignin-free FineArt inkjet paper meets the most exacting requirements for age resistance. FineArt Baryta is a versatile classic for FineArt applications and sets standards in the printing of both black and white and colour.photographs.

Custom framing and silver gelatin available upon request