A FAMILY THING MOVIE CAST - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: JAMES EARL JONES, ROBERT DUVALL - HFSID 344325
A FAMILY THING MOVIE CAST, CO-SIGNED BY: JAMES EARL JONES, ROBERT DUVALL This publicity photo for the film is signed by both highly talented actors Printed photograph signed in ink: "James Earl Jones" in black felt and "Bob/Duvall" in blue felt. JAMES EARL JONES (b.
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A FAMILY THING MOVIE CAST, CO-SIGNED BY: JAMES EARL JONES, ROBERT DUVALL
This publicity photo for the film is signed by both highly talented actors
Printed photograph signed in ink: "James Earl Jones" in black felt and "Bob/Duvall" in blue felt. JAMES EARL JONES (b. 1931) was originally a stage actor, winning Tonys for The Great White Hope (1969) and Fences (1987). He was nominated for a Best Actor Academy Award (1971) for reprising The Great White Hope on film. In 1991, he won both a Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor Emmy for Gabriel's Fire and Heat Wave, and in 1999 for Outstanding Performer Children's Special. Jones' sonorous and highly recognizable voice served both Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy and was Mufasa in Disney's The Lion King (1994) and has been featured in more than twenty films and as many commercial announcements such as "This is CNN". In 2001, Jones narrated the documentary Black Indians: An American Story which explores issues of mixed racial identity - Jones is of African American, American Indian (Choctaw) and Irish decent. He was awarded the John F. Kennedy Centre Honor in 2002. One of Hollywood's most popular and versatile actors, distinguished American leading and supporting actor ROBERT DUVALL (b.1931) possesses a rare gift for totally immersing himself in his roles. Duvall's other acclaimed movies include To Kill a Mockingbird (1962), M*A*S*H (1970) and The Godfather I & II (1972, 1974). After several award nominations, he finally won an Oscar for Best Actor in Tender Mercies (1983). Having already played Eisenhower (1978-1979) and Stalin (1992) in TV specials, he portrays Robert E. Lee in the film Gods and Generals (2002). Lightly toned. Corners rounded and creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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