A GIRL, A GUY AND A GOB MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: EDMOND O'BRIEN, LUCILLE "LUCY" BALL, MARGUERITE CHAPMAN - HFSID 276724
A GIRL, A GUY AND A GOB MOVIE CAST: LUCILLE BALL, EDMOND O'BRIEN and MARGUERITE CHAPMAN The stars inscribe a movie still to its producer, classic comedian Harold Lloyd. Photograph inscribed and
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A GIRL, A GUY AND A GOB MOVIE CAST: LUCILLE BALL, EDMOND O'BRIEN and MARGUERITE CHAPMAN
The stars inscribe a movie still to its producer, classic comedian Harold Lloyd.
Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Harold/Lucille/Ball", "To Harold Good Luck/Edmond O'Brien", and "Harold/Marguerite Chapman". B/w, 10x8. Captioned in lower margin. Still from the 1941 film, showing all three signers. Nominated for 13 Emmy Awards and the winner of four Emmys for her role as Lucy Ricardo in I Love Lucy (1953, 1956) and Lucy Carmichael in The Lucy Show (1967, 1968), LUCILLE BALL (1911-1989) was also a television pioneer and astute businesswoman. She and her husband, Desi Arnaz, pioneered the three-camera technique that is now the standard in filming TV sitcoms and the concept of syndicating TV programs. She was the first woman to own her own film studio as the head of Desilu. Before becoming a television superstar, Ball had determinedly worked her way up from minor roles in films of the 1930s to starring roles in the 1940s. EDMOND O'BRIEN (1915-1985), an aspiring magician, made his Broadway debut at the age of 21 in Daughters of Atrus and was signed by RKO Pictures in 1939. O'Brien, who won the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award in 1954 (The Barefoot Contessa) and was nominated for the same award in 1964 (Seven Days in May), appeared in a number of feature films, including The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939), Winged Victory (1944), D.O.A. (1949), The Greatest Show on Earth (1952), Julius Caesar (1953), Pete Kelly's Blues (1955), 1984 (1956), Stopover Tokyo (1957), Up Periscope (1959), The Great Imposter (1961), The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The Longest Day and The Birdman of Alcatraz (all 1962) and Fantastic Voyage (1966). He also starred in a number of made-for-television movies, appeared on two series, Sam Benedict and The Long Hot Summer, and was a guest star on Playhouse 90 and Mission Impossible. MARGUERITE CHAPMAN (1920-1999) entered films in 1936, playing the (often) secondary star in many films of the 1940s and 1950s. Examples of her work include the serial Spycatcher (1942), Relentless (1948) and Bloodhounds of Broadway (1952). A frequent guest on TV programs of the 1950s, she reappeared in the mid-1970s for spots on Hawaii Five-0 and Barnaby Jones. A Guy, a Girl and a Gob, a slapstick comedy hit, was one of two films produced by silent film great Harold Lloyd, who dropped by the set from time to time to offer advice on comic acting. Lightly creased, mostly at edges. Lightly toned. Overall, fine condition.
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