ARNOLD STANG and DON SAXON Signatures of the two actors who appeared in The Subject Was Roses on this album leaf Signatures: "

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ARNOLD STANG and DON SAXON Signatures of the two actors who appeared in The Subject Was Roses on this album leaf Signatures: "Best regards/ Arnold Stang" in red felt tip and "Best/Don Saxon" in black ink on verso, 5½x4½. At upper margin of each side, the signer's name has been written in pencil (unknown hand) and dated "1977". In 1977, Stang voiced characters in an animated feature film (Queasy in Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure) and an animated made-for-TV-movie (The Turtle in The Fourth King). Comedian and stage, screen, and television actor ARNOLD STANG (1925-2009) had worked steadily on radio in supporting roles to Eddie Cantor, Jack Benny, and Milton Berle before moving to television with Berle from 1953-1955. Stang, who had first appeared on the Broadway stage at the age of 12, made his film debut in My Sister Eileen (1942). He would go on to appear in a considerable number of movies including Dondi (1961), It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963), Ghost Dad (1990), and Dennis the Menace (1993), as well as The Man With the Golden Arm (1955), in which he played Frank Sinatra's loyal pal, Sparrow. Additionally, Stang was heard in a long list of features as the voice of "Herman" in Paramount's "Herman and Katnip" films, and he voiced the "Hoiman" character for TV's Matty's Funday Funnies (1959), for which he was also a writer. Furthermore, Stang voiced Top Cat (1961-1962), and he appeared as a guest star on a number of TV shows in everything from sitcoms to Westerns, including a recurring role on The Goldbergs (1954-1955). Actor DON SAXON (1916-1999) was featured in the 1968 film, The Subject Was Roses, and he also guest starred on two TV programs, The Fashion Story and Ed Sullivan's program, Toast of the Town (1950). Lightly creased. Slightly soiled at upper margins at pencil notes. Minor show through of writing on both sides. Irregular right edge from removal from bound book. Otherwise, fine condition.

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