Leila Hyams

Shop by the Stars aisle featuring Leila Hyams (1905-1977) vintage movie cards, still photos, ephemera, and other collectibles. Born in New York City to vaudeville parents, according to her New York Times obituary, a wardrobe trunk was very often her cradle. Hyams soon joined her parents on stage before later going on to some success in modeling. She made her film debut in 1924, and appeared in over fifty films between 1926 and the time of her retirement in 1936. Hyams is best remembered as leading lady in Tod Browning's infamous Freaks (1932). Other titles of note featuring Leila Hyams include Alias Jimmy Valentine (1928), The Big House (1930), Gentleman's Fate (1931), Red-Headed Woman (1932), Island of Lost Souls (1932), and Ruggles of Red Gap (1935).

Birthday: May 1

ABOUT THIS CARD:Early 1930s vintage Clovis brand trading card #244 Chester Morris and Leila Hyams. Rare issue. Small...
ABOUT THIS CARD:Early 1930s vintage Clovis brand trading card #245 Adolphe Menjou and Leila Hyams. Rare issue. Small...
ABOUT THIS CARD:Early 1930s vintage Clovis brand trading card #240 Conrad Nagel and Leila Hyams. Rare issue. Small...
ABOUT THIS CARD:Vintage 1930s Editorial Bruguera paper-stock trading card #G-14: No. 4 Leila Hyams. Gorgeous colors highlight this...
ABOUT THIS CARD:1932 BAT "Cinema Artistes" tobacco card #14 Leila Hyams. Card measures approximately 1-3/8" X 2-5/8". GRADING...
ABOUT THIS CARD:1934 Godfrey Phillips "Film Favourites" Tobacco Card card #42 Leila Hyams. Issued out of Great Britain,...
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