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ANTHONY PERKINS - COLLECTION WITH JANET LEIGH - HFSID 90475

Signatures of the two co-stars framed together with an unsigned black and white publicity photograph of a scene from Psycho (1960). Framed to 15¾x23¼ in a silver Gallery of History Frame with black matte.

Sale Price $720.00

Reg. $900.00

Condition: fine condition
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PSYCHO MOVIE CAST: ANTHONY PERKINS and JANET LEIGH Signatures of the two co-stars framed together with an unsigned black and white publicity photograph of a scene from Psycho (1960). Framed to 15¾x23¼ in a silver Gallery of History Frame with black matte. Signatures: "Anthony Perkins" and "Janet Leigh". Perkins' signature is 3¾x1½ (visible). Leigh's signature is 3x1 (visible). Framed to 15¾x23¼ in a silver frame and black matte with a b/w 8½x6¾ (visible) movie still and 7x4¼ caption plate. This movie still depicts Perkins and Leigh in their roles as Norman Bates and Marion Crane in Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 thriller Psycho. In this scene, Bates welcomes Marion on the porch of the Bates Motel, where Marion will later take her last shower in a riveting 45-second scene that shocked audiences. The film, which paved the way for more extreme blood-and-guts horror films, was nominated for four 1961 Academy Awards, including JANET LEIGH (1927-2004) for Best Supporting Actress and Hitchcock for Best Director. The mother of actresses Kelly and Jamie Lee Curtis with former spouse Tony Curtis, JANET LEIGH (1927-2004) was one of Hollywood's biggest stars from the late 1940s into the 1960s. Best remembered for her Oscar-nominated murder victim in the shower in Psycho (1960), she also starred in such films as Little Women (1949), Scaramouche (1952), My Sister Eileen (1955), Touch of Evil (1958), and The Manchurian Candidate (1962). ANTHONY PERKINS (1932-1992) began his film career auspiciously with roles in Friendly Persuasion (Oscar nomination, 1956), Fear Strikes Out (1957) and On the Beach (1958). He won the Best Actor award at the Cannes festival for Aimez-Vous Brahms? (1961). However, his career was forever changed by his powerful performance in Hitchcock's Psycho (1960). Perkins reprised his role as Norman Bates in several less successful sequels: Psycho II (1983), Psycho III (1986) and Psycho IV (1990, on Showtime TV). Two items. Frame is Gallery of History style. Items were not evaluated outside matte. "As is" purchase. Signatures are lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.

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