BONAR COLLEANO - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: MURIEL PAVLOW - HFSID 342517
Sale Price $270.00
BONAR COLLEANO and MURIEL PAVLOW
The 1940s and 50s stage and screen actors sign their names in blue ink. Two extremely rare signatures on one document!
Signatures: "Bonar Colleano" and "Muriel Pavlow" in blue ink. 1 page, front and verso, 5x5½. Affixed with multiple newspaper photographs of the actors on their respective sides. American-born British actor BONAR COLLEANO (1924-1958) was born in New York City, New York. He appeared in over thirty films between 1945 and 1958. The dark haired American was found irresistible by British female audiences and he was married to English starlet Susan Shaw. He played the role of Stanley in the original London production of Streetcar Named Desire and his notable film roles include Johnny in the Clouds (1945), Eight Iron Men (1952), Joe Macbeth(1955) and The Man Inside (1958). Colleano died at the young age of 34, after crashing his sports car in Birkenhead, England. MURIEL PAVLOW (b. 1921) is a British actress who first appeared onstage at a very young age alongside John Gielgud at the Royal Shakespeare Company, eventually earning a role at the age of fifteen on television in a BBC production of Hansel and Gretel(1937). She made her way to film while serving as a member of the Entertainments National Service Association during WWII, performing in films such as Quiet Wedding (1941) and Night Boat to Dublin (1946). She would go on to earn credits such as Malta Story (1953), Doctor in the House (1954), Reach for the Sky (1956), and Murder, She Said (1961). She spent the rest of her career mostly on television, most recently appearing on shows such as Perfect Strangers (2001) and Coupling (2002). Irregularly cut. Toned. Creased throughout. Corners rounded. Slightly soiled. Otherwise, fine condition.
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