BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE MOVIE CAST - INSCRIBED BOOK SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: DAVID NIVEN, MARGARET LEIGHTON - HFSID 279614
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BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE MOVIE CAST: DAVID NIVEN and
Hardcover novelization of Bonnie Prince Charlie, signed by the actor, who starred as Bonnie Prince Charlie, and the actress, who starred as Flora MacDonald
Inscribed Book signed: "Margaret Leighton" in black ink and "To Art…/All the best/David Niven" in blue ink, with one unidentified signature, all on the flyleaf. 134 pages, 4¾x7½, with 16 pages of b/w movie stills. Copy of Bonnie Prince Charlie by Dorothy Middleton, adapted from the Clemence Dane film script. Published by Convoy Publications of London. Hardcover, with dustcover. Novelization of Bonnie Prince Charlie (1948), starring David Niven as Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie) and Margaret Leighton as Flora MacDonald. DAVID NIVEN (1910-1983, born James David Graham Niven in London, England) served with the Highland Infantry in Malta before he worked as a lumberman, news reporter, gunnery instructor to Cuban revolutionists, representative of a London wine firm in the United States, and finally, in 1935, an extra in Mutiny on the Bounty (1935). He won the 1959 Academy Award for Best Actor for Separate Tables (1958). Despite the fact that he was often cast in light comedies such as the Pink Panther series (1964 and after), Niven could also play strong action roles, one of which being his performance in The Guns of Navarone (1961). MARGARET LEIGHTON (1922-1976, born in Barnet Green, Worcestershire, Great Britain) rose to prominence in the late '40s; over the next decade she became a highly respected actress for her work in both London and Broadway, typically portraying fragile, neurotic women. She won Tony Awards for her performances in the Broadway plays Separate Tables (1956) and The Night of the Iguana (1962). Onscreen from the late '40s onward, she appeared in numerous films over nearly three decades. For her work in The Go-Between (1971) she received a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination. Lightly toned. Dustcover is lightly creased and scuffed, especially at edges of spine and flaps. Small cuts in spine. Corners of cover are lightly worn and rounded, with light tears at bottom of spine. Otherwise, fine condition.
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