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Help identify this couple please


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Hi everyone, first time poster here.

 

I'd be grateful for any info you could give.

 

The illustration below was part of a Hollywood collage on a piece of fabric. This is the only image we have of it. We're currently trying to screen match the scene but have thus far been unsuccessful. Also, the line running across the top of the male's head is a seam in the fabric, not a hat brim.

 

So far we have tried:

 

The Razor's Edge: Gene Teirney and Herbert Marshall

Casablanca: Bogart and Bergman

The Clock: Garland and Walker

Bogart and Bacall (Various)

 

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Thanks!

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Hi everyone, first time poster here.

 

I'd be grateful for any info you could give.

 

The illustration below was part of a Hollywood collage on a piece of fabric. This is the only image we have of it. We're currently trying to screen match the scene but have thus far been unsuccessful. Also, the line running across the top of the male's head is a seam in the fabric, not a hat brim.

 

So far we have tried:

 

The Razor's Edge: Gene Teirney and Herbert Marshall

Casablanca: Bogart and Bergman

The Clock: Garland and Walker

Bogart and Bacall (Various)

 

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Thanks!

 

Wild guess but This Above All with Tyrone Power and Joan Fontaine?

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Thank you MovieCollector OH--I never would have thought of Robert Walker. :)

 

The woman (I think) is Jennifer Jones in "Since You Went Away" (1944).

 

If the picture is a painting, it could be a slightly modified version of this photo:

 

robert-walker-jennifer-jones.jpg

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Thanks for all the input so far everyone, I've been working my way through footage and stills from what you've all suggested. I've not found a screen match yet, so I'm starting think it may be a modified version of an image (like some of you have suggested). All of the suggestions have been a massive help.  :)

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