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ART CARNEY - PAMPHLET SIGNED 3/2000 CO-SIGNED BY: JOYCE RANDOLPH - HFSID 297364

ART CARNEY and JOYCE RANDOLPH The actor and actress sign a pamphlet for Membership to The Museum of Radio & Television. Pamphlet signed: "Art Carney" and "Mar, 2000/My Best to Beatrice Ardilla, Joyce Randolph 1955 "Trixie"", 8½x3½, pamphlet for Membership to The Museum of Radio & Television.

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ART CARNEY and JOYCE RANDOLPH
The actor and actress sign a pamphlet for Membership to The Museum of Radio & Television.
Pamphlet signed: "Art Carney" and "Mar, 2000/My Best to Beatrice Ardilla, Joyce Randolph 1955 "Trixie"", 8½x3½, pamphlet for Membership to The Museum of Radio & Television. Stage, screen and television actor Art Carney (1918-2003) began his show business career as a comedian, moving into a sidekick role for others. While serving in WWII, Carney was hit by shrapnel (leaving him with a slight limp) during the Normandy landing. After the war he found much work on Broadway, both as a dramatic and comic actor. He is best known, however, for his role as Ed Norton, Jackie Gleason's pal, on the classic 1950s TV sitcom, The Honeymooners. Later, personal problems caused him to leave the Broadway run of The Odd Couple (Carney had originated the role of Felix Unger in 1965). He soon returned to work as an actor, going on to win the Best Actor Academy Award for his performance as a 72-year-old in Harry and Tonto in 1974. Carney also won several Emmy Awards for his work on TV, and he was nominated for the 1969 Best Actor Tony Award. Joyce Randolph, born Joyce Sirola in 1925, is best known for her role as Trixie Norton on one of televisions earliest - and most successful -- situation comedies, The Honeymooners (1953-1957). She was paid $250 per week when the series started. The Honeymooners also starred Jackie Gleason as bus driver Ralph Kramden, Audrey Meadows as his wife, Alice, and Art Carney as Trixie's husband, sewer worker Ed Norton, who won three Emmys for his role as the Kramden's friend and neighbor. With Carney's death in 2003, Randolph is the only surviving member of the cast. A former chorus girl and featured performer in Broadway musicals, Randolph had once been cast with Audrey Meadows in a summer stock production of No, No, Nanette, long before The Honeymooners. Fine condition.

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