Hollywood, CA: 3 7/8” x 2 1/2”, 1936. An attractive Art Deco design membership card for acclaimed screenwriter, Sarah Y. Mason, with black and brown embossed printing on a dark yellow background with the logo image of the Oscar vignette in the center. The card is in fine condition and includes the official acetate protector printed “Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.” Sarah Y. Mason (1896 - 1980) was one of the earliest members of the Academy, with her card being no. 649. She won an Oscar in 1933 with her husband, Victor Heerman, for the screenplay adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel, Little Women, which was directed by George Cukor for MGM. Her other efforts include The Broadway Melody, Shopworn, The Little Minister, The Age of Innocence, Magnificent Obsession, Stella Dallas, Golden Boy, the remake of Little Women in 1949, and many others. (Inventory #: 16963E)
Literature, Performing Arts, Autographs, Manuscripts, Rare Cinema Material, Literary First Editions
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