Rare Film Posters



Original 10 inch x 8 inch Portrait of ALASTAIR SIM as bookmaker Clarence Fritton in the 1954 Frank Launder Comedy THE BELLES OF ST. TRINIAN’S, inspired by the drawings of Ronald Searle.

Text on the reverse: ALASTAIR SIM as Clarence Fritton, bookmaker brother of the headmistress of St. Trinians (also played by Alastair Sim) in ……

”THE BELLES OF ST. TRINIANS” is a Launder-Gilliat production for London Films, directed by Frank Launder. Screenplay by Frank Launder, Leslie Gilliat and Val Valentine, inspired by ‘the awful schoolgirls’ of Ronald Searle. Starring Alastair Sim (in the dual roles of Headmistress Fritton and her bookmaker brother, Clarence), with Joyce Grenfell, George Cole, Hermione Baddeley and Betty Ann Davies and Beryl Reid.

Portrait by Raymond J. Hearne (1948 – 1979) with his stamp on the reverse. Hearne worked in the film industry as a cinematographer and other roles within the camera and electrical department.

The portrait is in very good condition with a National Film Archive Duplicate stamp on the reverse which bleeds through top left.

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