ANGELA (WALLY STOTT) MORLEY - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: HARRY LAWTON - HFSID 159962
ANGELA MORLEY; HARRY LAWTON The Emmy-winning, Oscar-nominated composer signs as "Wally Stott" before her sex change operation. Signed on verso by American writer Harry Lawton. Rare signatures, especially Morley as Stott. Signatures: "Wally Stott", 6½x4¼ album leaf.
Sale Price $136.00
ANGELA MORLEY; HARRY LAWTON
The Emmy-winning, Oscar-nominated composer signs as "Wally Stott" before her sex change operation. Signed on verso by American writer Harry Lawton. Rare signatures, especially Morley as Stott.
Signatures: "Wally Stott", 6½x4¼ album leaf. Also signed on verso: "Harry Lorder". English composer ANGELA MORLEY (1924-2009) changed her name from Walter "Wally" Stott following a sex change operation in 1972. As Stott, he had played sax for big bands from the 1940s, and also composed. But Morley's greatest fame came as a composer of scores for films and television. She won Emmys for two Julie Andrews specials (1988, 1990), and was nominated for two more for music for Dallas and Dynasty. She received Oscar nominations for the music of The Little Prince (1974) and The Slipper and the Rose (1976). She also composed light popular music including songs for Shirley Bassey, Dusty Springfield and Scott Walker; and arranged classical music for the BBC Orchestra, the Boston Pops, and others. HARRY LAWTON (1927-2005) wrote several nonfiction books about Native Americans in California, including Willie Boy: a Desert Manhunt, which became the 1969 Robert Redford film Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here. Lawton's books were all based on careful research and interviews. Active in preservation of Native American traditions, he founded the Maliki Press as a non-profit to publish books about California Amerindians. The founder of the Creative Writing program at the University of California, he was also active in preserving the history of early Chinese immigrants in California. He was the father of Hollywood director J. F. Lawton. Toned. Light surface creases. Corners rounded and creased. Left edge frayed. Small stains throughout. Slight water damage in right margin. Pencil notes on front and verso in unknown hand. Otherwise, fine condition.
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