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JULIE HARRIS - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 12/07/1971 - DOCUMENT 300612

 
JULIE HARRIS
The actress signs a personal letter to John Willis, chief editor of Theatre World, wishing him a "Merry Christmas and a wonderful 1972".
Autograph Letter Signed: "Julie", 1 page, 5x7 letter. No place, 1971 December 7. Addressed to "Dear John [Willis]," in full: "Thank you so much for the birthday card. I wish you a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful 1972. Love always,". Julie Harris (1925-2013) has six Tony Awards, the most ever won by a performer. She won for I Am a Camera (1952), The Lark (1956, as Joan of Arc), Forty Carats (1969), The Last of Mrs. Lincoln (1973) and as Emily Dickinson in the one-character play The Belle of Amherst (1977), plus a special Tony (2002) for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre. She earned five other Tony nominations, and a Grammy for the recording of The Belle of Amherst. She toured for two seasons in the acclaimed stage version of Driving Miss Daisy. She earned a Best Actress Oscar nomination for her youthful role in The Member of the Wedding (1952), and performed memorably as James Dean's girlfriend in East of Eden (1956). She received nine Emmy nominations, winning the awards for televised plays Little Moon of Alban (1959) and Victoria Regina (1962) and as the voice over in Not For Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony (2000). TV viewers may remember her best for Knot's Landing (1981-1987). Theatre World, founded in 1945 by Daniel Blum, is America's oldest annual record of Broadway, Off-Broadway and regional theatre, referenced by industry professionals, historians, students and theatre fans worldwide. Until 1998, when a separate nonprofit corporation was established, Theatre World's editorial staff bestowed the prestigious Theatre World Awards for outstanding Broadway and Off-Broadway debuts. Screen World (from 1950) and Dance World (from 1966), administered from the same office, furnished comprehensive information on those entertainment genres. John A. Willis (1916-2010), active in Theatre World from the beginning, became its chief editor in 1965, holding that position until 2008. Willis is regarded as one of the foremost theatre and film historians of the 20th century. While producing (and presenting) the annual Theatre World Awards, Willis also served on the nominating committee for the Tony Awards. Theatre World, which received its own Tony for Excellence in Theatre in 2001, continues under chief editor Ben Hodges. Ink note (unknown hand) near bottom right corner. Otherwise, fine condition.


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JULIE HARRIS
Born: December 2, 1925 in Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan
Died: August 24, 2013 in West Chatham, Massachussetts




Film Credits
2014 Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (in person), 2013 The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards (Other), 2010 A History of Horror with Mark Gatiss (Other), 2009 The Lightkeepers (Performer), 2008 The Golden Boys (Performer), 2006 The Way Back Home (Performer), 2005 The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (in person), 2005 Knots Landing Reunion: Together Again (in person), 2005 James Dean: Forever Young (Other), 2005 East of Eden: Art in Search of Life (in person), 2005 Character Studies (in person), 2003 Independent Lens (in person), 2003 Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There (in person), 2002 Loaded Gun: Life and Death and Dickinson (in person), 2002 Broadway Legends (in person), 2002 Biography (Other), 1999 The First of May (Performer), 1999 Love Is Strange (Performer), 1999 Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1 (Other), 1999 Grow Old Along with Me (in person), 1998 The Outer Limits (Performer), 1998 Passage to Paradise (Performer), 1998 Frank Lloyd Wright (in person), 1997 The Rosie O'Donnell Show (in person), 1997 Ellen Foster (Performer), 1997 Bad Manners (Performer), 1996 The West (in person), 1996 The Christmas Tree (Performer), 1996 Ruth Orkin: Frames of Life (in person), 1996 Little Surprises (Performer), 1996 James Dean: A Portrait (in person), 1996 Carried Away (Performer), 1995 Secrets (Performer), 1995 Lucifer's Child (Performer), 1994 Scarlett (Performer), 1994 One Christmas (Performer), 1993 When Love Kills: The Seduction of John Hearn (Performer), 1993 They've Taken Our Children: The Chowchilla Kidnapping (Performer), 1993 The Knots Landing Block Party (in person), 1993 The Dark Half (Performer), 1993 The 47th Annual Tony Awards (in person), 1992 HouseSitter (Performer), 1990 The Civil War (Performer), 1990 Anthony Quinn: An Original (in person), 1989 Single Women Married Men (Performer), 1989 Isadora Duncan: Movement from the Soul (in person), 1988 Too Good to Be True (Performer), 1988 The Woman He Loved (Performer), 1988 The Congress (in person), 1988 The Christmas Wife (Performer), 1988 Gorillas in the Mist (Performer), 1988 Forever James Dean (in person), 1987 The Love Boat (Performer), 1987 The Annual ACLU Honors: A Salute to Michael Douglas (in person), 1986 Nutcracker (Performer), 1986 NBC 60th Anniversary Celebration (in person), 1986 Family Ties (Performer), 1986 Annihilator (Performer), 1985 The 39th Annual Tony Awards (in person), 1985 Night of 100 Stars II (in person), 1985 Gifts of Greatness (Performer), 1985 Crimewave (Performer), 1983 Brontë (Performer), 1982 The 34th Annual Emmy Awards (in person), 1982 Night of 100 Stars (in person), 1981 The 35th Annual Tony Awards (in person), 1981 Brooklyn Bridge (in person), 1980-1987 Knots Landing (Performer), 1979 The Gift (Performer), 1979 The Bell Jar (Performer), 1979 Tales of the Unexpected (Performer), 1979 Backstairs at the White House (Performer), 1978 The 32nd Annual Tony Awards (in person), 1978 Stubby Pringle's Christmas (Performer), 1977 The 31st Annual Tony Awards (in person), 1976 Voyage of the Damned (Performer), 1976 The Last of Mrs. Lincoln (Performer), 1976 The Belle of Amherst (Performer), 1976 America at the Movies (Other), 1975 The Hiding Place (Performer), 1975 The Family Holvak (Performer), 1974 The Greatest Gift (Performer), 1974 The 28th Annual Tony Awards (in person), 1973 Thicker Than Water (Performer), 1973 The Evil Touch (Performer), 1973 The 27th Annual Tony Awards (in person), 1973 Medical Center (Performer), 1973 Hawkins (Performer), 1973 Columbo (Performer), 1973 Broadway (in person), 1972 Home for the Holidays (Performer), 1971 The Virginian (Performer), 1971 Tarzan and the Perils of Charity Jones (Other), 1970 The People Next Door (Performer), 1970 How Awful About Allan (Performer), 1970 House on Greenapple Road (Performer), 1969-1970 The Name of the Game (Performer), 1969 The Joan Rivers Show (in person), 1969 The David Frost Show (in person), 1969 The 23rd Annual Tony Awards (in person), 1968 The Split (Performer), 1968 The Joey Bishop Show (in person), 1968 The Big Valley (Performer), 1968 Tarzan and the Four O'Clock Army (Other), 1968 Run for Your Life (Performer), 1968 Journey to the Unknown (Performer), 1968 Journey to Midnight (Performer), 1968 Garrison's Gorillas (Performer), 1968 Daniel Boone (Performer), 1968 Call My Bluff (in person), 1968 Bonanza (Performer), 1967/II Anastasia (Performer), 1967-1968 Tarzan (Performer), 1967 Reflections in a Golden Eye (Performer), 1966-1967 Girl Talk (in person), 1966 You're a Big Boy Now (Performer), 1966 The Bell Telephone Hour (in person), 1966 Harper (Performer), 1966 Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (Performer), 1965-1981 Today (in person), 1965 The Holy Terror (Performer), 1965 Rawhide (Performer), 1965 Laredo (Performer), 1964/II Hamlet (Performer), 1964 Little Moon of Alban II (Performer), 1964 Kraft Suspense Theatre (Performer), 1963 The Haunting (Performer), 1963 Pygmalion (Performer), 1962 The 14th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (in person), 1962 Requiem for a Heavyweight (Performer), 1962 Here's Hollywood (in person), 1961 Victoria Regina (Performer), 1961 The Power and the Glory (Performer), 1961 The Heiress (Performer), 1961 Play of the Week (Performer), 1960-1961 The DuPont Show of the Month (Performer), 1960 Sunday Showcase (Performer), 1959 A Doll's House (Performer), 1958 The Poacher's Daughter (Performer), 1958 The Ed Sullivan Show (Other), 1958 Little Moon of Alban (Performer), 1958 Johnny Belinda (Performer), 1957 The Truth About Women (Performer), 1957 The Lark (Performer), 1956 The Good Fairy (Performer), 1956 The 10th Annual Tony Awards (in person), 1955 The United States Steel Hour (Performer), 1955 Person to Person (in person), 1955 I Am a Camera (Performer), 1955 East of Eden (Performer), 1952 The Member of the Wedding (Performer), 1951-1953 Goodyear Playhouse (Performer), 1951 Starlight Theatre (Performer), 1950-1964 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1948-1949 Actor's Studio (Performer)

Theatre Credits
The Gin Game - Performer (April 20, 1997 - August 31, 1997), The Glass Menagerie - Performer (November 15, 1994 - January 1, 1995), Lucifer's Child - Performer (April 4, 1991 - April 27, 1991), Mixed Couples - Performer (December 28, 1980 - January 3, 1981), Break a Leg - Performer (April 29, 1979 - April 29, 1979), The Belle of Amherst - Performer (April 28, 1976 - August 8, 1976), In Praise of Love - Performer (December 10, 1974 - May 31, 1975), The au Pair Man - Performer (December 27, 1973 - January 27, 1974), The Last of Mrs. Lincoln - Performer (December 12, 1972 - February 4, 1973), Voices - Performer (April 3, 1972 - April 8, 1972), And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little - Performer (February 25, 1971 - May 29, 1971), Forty Carats - Performer (December 26, 1968 - November 7, 1970), Skyscraper - Performer (November 13, 1965 - June 11, 1966), Ready When You Are, C.B.! - Performer (December 7, 1964 - February 13, 1965), Marathon '33 - Performer (December 22, 1963 - February 1, 1964), A Shot in the Dark - Performer (October 18, 1961 - September 22, 1962), Little Moon of Alban - Performer (December 1, 1960 - December 17, 1960), The Warm Peninsula - Performer (October 20, 1959 - January 2, 1960), The Country Wife - Performer (November 27, 1957 - January 4, 1958), The Lark - Performer (November 17, 1955 - June 2, 1956), Mademoiselle Colombe - Performer (January 6, 1954 - February 27, 1954), I Am a Camera - Performer (November 28, 1951 - July 12, 1952), The Member of the Wedding - Performer (January 5, 1950 - March 17, 1951), Montserrat - Performer (October 29, 1949 - December 24, 1949), Magnolia Alley - Performer (April 18, 1949 - April 23, 1949), The Young and Fair - Performer (November 22, 1948 - January 8, 1949), Sundown Beach - Performer (September 7, 1948 - September 11, 1948), Macbeth - Performer (March 31, 1948 - April 24, 1948), Alice in Wonderland - Performer (April 5, 1947 - June 28, 1947), The Playboy of the Western World - Performer (October 26, 1946 - January 4, 1947), Oedipus Rex - Performer (May 20, 1946 - June 22, 1946), King Henry IV, Part II - Performer (May 7, 1946 - June 22, 1946), It's a Gift - Performer (March 12, 1945 - April 21, 1945)


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