Pretty 8x10-inch black and white publicity portrait in her prime, boldly signed in blue felt-tip pen in her later years. In good condition, with a few minor handling dings. Lovely Priscilla Lane first came to the attention of audiences in 1932, singing alongside her celebrated sisters Lola and Rosemary with the Fred Waring Orchestra. Five years later, she snagged a film contract with Warner Brothers. Beautiful and vivacious, she was memorable in films like Four Daughters (1938) with John Garfield; Blues in the Night (1941); and Alfred Hitchcock's Saboteur (1942). Her most famous role was that of Elaine Harper, Cary Grant's fiance, in Frank Capra's black comedy Arsenic and Old Lace (1944). She retired from Hollywood just four years later, aged only 33, and her autograph is fairly elusive in any format.