This original photograph is currently for sale. At the present time, originals are not offered for sale through the Pixels secure checkout system. Please contact the gallery directly to inquire about purchasing this original.
Black and white action shot of the "Irish Mafia" - James Cagney, Pat O'Brien, Frank McHugh, and Spencer Tracy at the races, 1947.
Hollywood columnist Sidney Skolsky dubbed them the "Irish Mafia," but they preferred to call their social group the "Boys Club." In addition to O'Brien, the original members of the club were James Cagney, Spencer Tracy, Allen Jenkins and Frank McHugh, all of whom were Irish-Americans.
This original artwork for sale is a limited edition fine art C-Print, hand numbered out of an edition of 125 with an accompanying certificate of authenticity. Both Print and Certificate have matching sequentially numbered tamper-proof holographic seals.
June 14th, 2018
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