BITE THE BULLET MOVIE CAST - LASER MEDIA COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: CANDICE BERGEN, GENE HACKMAN, JAMES COBURN - HFSID 278660
BITE THE BULLET MOVIE CAST: CANDICE BERGEN, JAMES COBURN, and GENE HACKMAN This Laser Disc cover for Bite The Bullet is signed by
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BITE THE BULLET MOVIE CAST: CANDICE BERGEN, JAMES COBURN, and GENE HACKMAN This Laser Disc cover for Bite The Bullet is signed by the movie's stars Laser Disc Cover signed "Candice Bergen", "James/Coburn" and "Gene Hackman", all in blue ink. Color, 12¼x12¼. 3-side set, discs not included. Discs ©1995 Columbia TriStar Home Video, content ©1975 Vista Company. Bergen, Coburn and Hackman all starred in 1975's Bite The Bullet, about the entrants in a 700-mile endurance horse held at the start of the 20th Century. Bergen, born in Beverly Hills, California in 1946 is an American actress with almost 50 movies and TV shows to her credit. Her films include The Group (1966), The Sand Pebbles (1966), Carnal Knowledge (1971), The Wind and the Lion (1975) and Starting Over (1979). In 1988, Candice began a run in the title role of the television sitcom Murphy Brown, in which she was brilliant as a mercurial, high-strung TV newsmagazine reporter, a role that won Ms. Bergen several Emmy Awards. Coburn (1928-2002, born in Laurel, Nebraska) was a frequent character in high quality action films, including The Magnificent Seven (1960), The Great Escape (1963), Our Man Flint (1966) and Cross of Iron (1976), Coburn received the best reviews of his life and a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for playing an abusive father in Affliction (1998). Gene Hackman (b. 1930) is a prolific stage and screen actor who earned his screen debut in an episode of Tallahassee 7000 in 1961. After winning Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor for Bonnie and Clyde (1967) and I Never Sang For My Father (1973), Hackman won the Best Actor Award for his role as narcotics agent Popeye Doyle in The French Connection (1971). A Best Supporting Actor Oscar winner for the Western Unforgiven (1993), Hackman earned critical acclaim in such films as Mississippi Burning (1989) and The Royal Tenenbaums (2001). Although it did not win any major film awards, Hoosiers (1986), in which he portrayed a high school basketball coach, is considered one of the best sports films of all time. In total, Hackman has won two Oscars (five nominations), four Golden Globes (nine nominations), and two BAFTAs (five nominations). Since his last screen role in 2004, Hackman has firmly retired from the industry, instead choosing to write and publish novels. Lightly scuffed and creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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