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Gary Cooper and Helen Hayes in Frank Borzages A Farewell to Arms (1932)

Gary Cooper and Helen Hayes in Frank Borzages A Farewell to Arms (1932)


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Size: 2859 x 3600 (6.4MB)

Date: 26th September 2008

Source: British Film Institute

Credit: BFI Stills Posters & Designs

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Gary Cooper and Helen Hayes in Frank Borzages A Farewell to Arms (1932)

Gary Cooper and Helen Hayes in A Farewell to Arms (1932)

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© This image is out of copyright

Love Romance 1932 Gary Cooper Sofa


EDITORS COMMENTS
In this photo print, we witness the timeless chemistry between two legendary actors, Gary Cooper and Helen Hayes, in Frank Borzage's iconic film "A Farewell to Arms" from 1932. The image exudes an air of romance as they are seated on a plush sofa, their bodies slightly leaning towards each other with an undeniable connection. Gary Cooper portrays a soldier in uniform, his strong presence juxtaposed against the softness of the surroundings. His gaze is intense yet tender, reflecting both vulnerability and determination. Helen Hayes complements him perfectly; her delicate features radiate pure love and devotion as she gazes back at him. The choice of setting adds depth to the narrative - a simple chair placed beside them symbolizes their shared moments of intimacy amidst chaos and uncertainty. It serves as a reminder that even in times of war, love can flourish. This photograph captures not only the essence of their characters but also showcases the remarkable talent possessed by both actors. Their performances bring forth raw emotions that resonate with audiences across generations. Preserved by BFI Stills Posters & Designs from British Film Institute, this print immortalizes one of cinema's most cherished romances. It serves as a testament to the power of storytelling through visuals and reminds us why classic films continue to captivate our hearts today.

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