ACCUSED OF MURDER MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH 07/14/1984 CO-SIGNED BY: VERA H. RALSTON, DAVID BRIAN - HFSID 322097
ACCUSED OF MURDER MOVIE CAST: VERA RALSTON and DAVID BRIAN Shown together in a still from the film, dated in 1984. Photograph signed: "Regards/Vera Ralston/7-14-84", "David/Brian". B/w, 10x8. Captioned movie still from Accused of Murder (1956).
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ACCUSED OF MURDER MOVIE CAST: VERA RALSTON and DAVID BRIAN
Shown together in a still from the film, dated in 1984.
Photograph signed: "Regards/Vera Ralston/7-14-84", "David/Brian". B/w, 10x8. Captioned movie still from Accused of Murder (1956). VERA RALSTON (1919-2003), born Vera Hruba in Prague Czechoslovakia, first gained attention as an ice-skater, prompting Herbert J. Yates, the head of Republic Pictures, to bring her to the U.S. to become "the next Sonja Henie". Credited as Vera Hruba in her 1941 film debut in Ice-Capades, the actress, who took the name "Ralston" from the name of a breakfast cereal company, would go on to appear in 26 films for Republic Pictures - and would marry Yates (they were married from March 1952 until his death on February 3, 1966). She retired from the screen in 1958 - the year that Yates was deposed as the head of the studio. DAVID BRIAN (1914-1993) got started as a musical comedian, but an un-credited role in 1935's G-Men launched him on a long movie and TV career, with 75 credits until the end of his career in 1975. A leading man who starred opposite such stars as Joan Crawford and Bette Davis, his best performance is probably as a lawyer defending a black boy accused of murder in Intruder in the Dust (1949). Star Trek fans may recognize Brian as the misguided John Gill, who introduced Nazism to the primitive planet of Acos, in the 1968 episode "Patterns of Force". Corners and edges lightly creased, slightly toned. Pencil note (unknown hand) on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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