BIG TROUBLE MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: PETER FALK, BEVERLY D'ANGELO, ALAN ARKIN - HFSID 299930
Sale Price $396.00
BIG TROUBLE MOVIE CAST: PETER FALK, BEVERLY D'ANGELO and ALAN ARKIN
The famed performers sign on a color publicity photograph for the film
Photograph Signed: "Peter/Falk", "B. D'angelo", "Arkin", Color 10x8. In the 1986 film Big Trouble, an insurance agent plots to kill her crazy husband. PETER FALK (1927-2011), lost an eye at the age of three, resulting in the odd, squinting gaze which later became his trademark. Best known as the rumpled television detective Columbo, the character actor has also enjoyed a successful film career spanning over 40 years. He has won two Emmys for his television work and earned two Best Supporting Actor Oscar nominations (Murder Inc., 1961 and Pocketful of Miracles, 1962). You probably best know BEVERLY D'ANGELO, born in 1954, as ever-suffering Ellen Griswold, wife of Chevy Chase's Clark Griswold, in National Lampoon's Vacation (1983) and its three sequels (not to mention the 2007 Family Guy spoof of Star Wars, Blue Harvest). But this multi-talented actress is versatile far beyond her obvious comedic chops. An artist at Hanna Barbera, she was a folk singer in Canadian coffee houses and sang with a rock band called Elephant before making her Broadway debut in Rockabye Hamlet (1976). D'Angelo has since appeared in over 90 movies and TV shows as of this biography, including a Golden Globe-winning portrayal of Patsy Cline in Coal Miner's Daughter (1980) and an Emmy-nominated turn as Stella DuBois Kowalski in a 1985 TV adaptation of A Streetcar Named Desire (1984). Her TV roles include Sidney Gibson on Rude Awakening (1999), Rebecca Balthus on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2003-2008), Barbara Miller on Entourage (2005-2009) and the voice of country singer Lurleen Lumpkin on The Simpsons (1992 and 2008). The Multi-talented ALAN ARKIN (B. 1934) is a distinguished actor of stage and screen as well as a stage director, songwriter and singer. He made his Hollywood debut in the gentle but hilarious sleeper The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming! (1966). Arkin's portrayal of a Russian officer posing as a Norwegian sailor in a Nantucket town won him his first Oscar nomination. The following year, he demonstrated his versatility by offering a chilling portrayal of a villain in Wait Until Dark. Further acclaim greeted the actor in 1968 when received his second Oscar nomination for his portrayal of a deaf-mute in The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter. The role also won Arkin a New York Film Critics Circle award. He continued riding high in 1970, when he played Yossarian, the part for which he is still best remembered, in Mike Nichols' serio-comic adaptation of Joseph Heller's Catch-22.Five years later, he earned a second New York Film Critics Circle award for his work in Hearts of the West. His career enjoyed a second wind in the 1990s, with the actor appearing in substantial roles in a number of films. Some of the highlights included Edward Scissorhands (1990), Glengarry Glen Ross (1992) and Grosse Pointe Blank (1997). The Seven Percent Solution (1976) was a critical and box office success, but it did not earn Arkin or any other members of the stellar cast (Williamson, Duvall, Laurence Olivier, Vanessa Redgrave, Joel Gray) an Oscar nomination. Corners lightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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