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  • Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940's 50's " Hollywood Stars" (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines
  • Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940's 50's " Hollywood Stars" (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines
  • Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940's 50's " Hollywood Stars" (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines
  • Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940's 50's " Hollywood Stars" (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines
  • Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940's 50's " Hollywood Stars" (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines
  • Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940's 50's " Hollywood Stars" (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines
  • Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940's 50's " Hollywood Stars" (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines
  • Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940's 50's " Hollywood Stars" (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines
  • Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940's 50's " Hollywood Stars" (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines
  • Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940's 50's " Hollywood Stars" (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines
  • Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940's 50's " Hollywood Stars" (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines
  • Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940's 50's " Hollywood Stars" (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines
  • Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940's 50's " Hollywood Stars" (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines

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Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940’s 50’s ” Hollywood Stars” (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines

Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940’s 50’s ” Hollywood Stars” (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines

Frank Worth is one of the most renowned sports photographers in the world. He intertwined his photographic works and his passion for sports,and captured images of some of the most legendary athletes of his time. He obtained shots unlike any other photographer,because of his exclusive access to teams,coaches,and players. From the late 1940’s to mid 1950’s.

Frank was the Los Angles “Hollywood Stars” (PCL) Baseball teams official photographer. He then became the official photographer of the famous Friars club in Los Angeles where he was known as the “ambassador of sports” and was involved in organizing the friars to “roast” many of sports biggest players. But it was when Frank’s beloved Brooklyn Dodgers moved to LA in 1959, that his personal and profession passion would culminate in an ideal career move.

Frank Sinatra,whom Worth had photographed may times before,introduced him to Walter O’Malley,owner of the Dodgers.And as if destined to be,Frank Worth then became the Dodgers.first team photographer in Los Angles,capturing many of the keystone images of Dodger history. Frank Worth Became a major contributor to the Sporting News and had close to 30 covers a year for the publication through the 1980s Frank Became a member of the Hollywood Photographers Guild and soon found himself photographer of number of Movie magazines.In Hollywood.

Frank began building his reputation as photographer to the movie stars and developed ties with many legendary Hollywood figures as James Dean,The Marx Brother,Errol Flynn,Marilyn Monroe,Frank Sinatra and other.He etched out a living as a freelance photographer in Hollywood during nostalgic 1940s and 50s. At this time most photographers were tightly controlled by a powerful studio system,however,as friend and fan to the stars Frank Worth escaped these restrictions and captured images that these studios would never normally have allowed.

To add more allure this 29 glorious vintage collection of  photos come from the Danny Goodman collection.  Photo’s include Charles Ruggles, Fred Haney, Original photo that appeared in Hollywood Stars Program/with the program matched, Lou Tavelman, Danny Goodman, George Raft, William Harridge, Acme Beer Stand, Al Jolson, Mr & Mrs, Harry Cohen (President Columbia Pictures) ,Mr. Mrs, Harry Karl (Marie McDonald), Alexis Smith, James Craig, Linda Darnell, Betty Grable, Henry James, Pat O’Brien, Geo Murphy, Joan Davis, John Wooden, Dennis Morgan, Rose Sparks Cafe owner.

All these photos were used for the various programs, and magazines.

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Dimensions 5 x 3 x 13 in
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Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940’s 50’s ” Hollywood Stars” (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines

Frank Worth Collection Of 29 Photographer 1940’s 50’s ” Hollywood Stars” (PCL) Friars Club LA,Spoting News , Hollywood Photographers Guild,Movie Magazines

Frank Worth is one of the most renowned sports photographers in the world. He intertwined his photographic works and his passion for sports,and captured images of some of the most legendary athletes of his time. He obtained shots unlike any other photographer,because of his exclusive access to teams,coaches,and players. From the late 1940’s to mid 1950’s.

Frank was the Los Angles “Hollywood Stars” (PCL) Baseball teams official photographer. He then became the official photographer of the famous Friars club in Los Angeles where he was known as the “ambassador of sports” and was involved in organizing the friars to “roast” many of sports biggest players. But it was when Frank’s beloved Brooklyn Dodgers moved to LA in 1959, that his personal and profession passion would culminate in an ideal career move.

Frank Sinatra,whom Worth had photographed may times before,introduced him to Walter O’Malley,owner of the Dodgers.And as if destined to be,Frank Worth then became the Dodgers.first team photographer in Los Angles,capturing many of the keystone images of Dodger history. Frank Worth Became a major contributor to the Sporting News and had close to 30 covers a year for the publication through the 1980s Frank Became a member of the Hollywood Photographers Guild and soon found himself photographer of number of Movie magazines.In Hollywood.

Frank began building his reputation as photographer to the movie stars and developed ties with many legendary Hollywood figures as James Dean,The Marx Brother,Errol Flynn,Marilyn Monroe,Frank Sinatra and other.He etched out a living as a freelance photographer in Hollywood during nostalgic 1940s and 50s. At this time most photographers were tightly controlled by a powerful studio system,however,as friend and fan to the stars Frank Worth escaped these restrictions and captured images that these studios would never normally have allowed.

To add more allure this 29 glorious vintage collection of  photos come from the Danny Goodman collection.  Photo’s include Charles Ruggles, Fred Haney, Original photo that appeared in Hollywood Stars Program/with the program matched, Lou Tavelman, Danny Goodman, George Raft, William Harridge, Acme Beer Stand, Al Jolson, Mr & Mrs, Harry Cohen (President Columbia Pictures) ,Mr. Mrs, Harry Karl (Marie McDonald), Alexis Smith, James Craig, Linda Darnell, Betty Grable, Henry James, Pat O’Brien, Geo Murphy, Joan Davis, John Wooden, Dennis Morgan, Rose Sparks Cafe owner.

All these photos were used for the various programs, and magazines.

Authentication: 100% Authentic Team

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Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 5 x 3 x 13 in
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