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Four large bound volumes containing the 12 original surviving screenplays that actress Louise Henry used in her performances in 1930s Hollywood motion pictures. Included are In Old Kentucky (1935) Will Rogers' last film before his untimely death, Two drafts of Charlie Chan On Broadway (1937) with Warner Oland and Keye Luke, The Casino Murder Case (1935) with Paul Lukas and Rosalind Russell, Second Honeymoon (1937) with Tyrone Power and Loretta Young, Merry Go Round of 1938 (1937) with Bert Lahr, End of the Trail (1936) with Jack Holt, There Goes the Groom (1937) with Ann Sothern and Burgess Meredith, Exclusive Story (1936) with Franchot Tone, Two drafts of Society Doctor (1935) with Chester Morris, Robert Taylor, and Billie Burke, 45 Doctors (1937) with Jane Withers. Several of the scripts are signed by Louise Henry on their covers. Bound in matching full burgundy colored cloth with leather labels with an original 8 by 10 photograph portrait of Louise Henry laid into volume one. Louise Henry (1911-1967) hailed from New York state and was a beautiful actress who moved to Hollywood in the 1930s. A lead actress and featured player with a striking visual and verbal presence on film, Henry worked at Fox, MGM, Universal, Columbia, and RKO. She was personal friends with Jean Harlow, Maureen O'Sullivan, and Joan Crawford.