CALIFORNIA SUITE PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: TAMMY GRIMES, DAVID McCALLUM, VINCENT GARDENIA, MARGE REDMOND - HFSID 301538
CALIFORNIA SUITE PLAY CAST: TAMMY GRIMES, DAVID McCALLUM, VINCENT GARDENIA and MARGE REDMOND All four actors sign the cast page of a playbill from the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Show Bill signed:
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CALIFORNIA SUITE PLAY CAST: TAMMY GRIMES, DAVID McCALLUM, VINCENT GARDENIA and MARGE REDMOND All four actors sign the cast page of a playbill from the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Show Bill signed: "Vincent Gardenia", "Marge Redmond", "David McCallum", "Tammy Grimes", 60 pages, 5½x9. Four signers in all. Showbill for the Broadway production of Neil Simon's California Suite at New York's Eugene O'Neill Theatre. Playwright Neil Simon's California Suite, which enjoyed a Broadway fun of over a year (June 1976 - July 1977), was made into a feature film in 1978. The play was unique in that characters played multiple parts. Only Tammy Grimes was an original cast member, with the other actors joining later: David McCallum replaced George Grizzard; Marge Redmond replaced Barbara Barrie; Vincent Gardnia replaced Jack Weston. Scottish-born actor DAVID McCALLUM (b. 1933) is probably best known for playing master spy Illya Kuryakin of the TV series, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., and as Medical Examiner Donald "Ducky" Mallard on NCIS. During the '70s and '80s VINCENT GARDENIA (1920-1992) was one of the most familiar character actors in film, television and on the Broadway stage. His film career began to pick up when he was in his mid-thirties and played his first major role in The Cop Hater (1958). Some of his best-known roles include that of a bartender in 1961 in The Hustler, and Dutch Schnell in Bang the Drum Slowly (1973) opposite Robert De Niro. The latter garnered Gardenia his first Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Gardenia's second nomination came in 1987 for his memorable portrayal of Cher's father in Moonstruck. TAMMY GRIMES (1934-2016) made her off-Broadway debut in The Littlest Revue (1959), developing a flamboyant, kooky on-stage persona. Her 12 Broadway appearances include two Tony Award-winning performances, as Molly Tobin in The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1960-1962, 532 performances) and as Amanda Prynne in Private Lives (1970). She also has over 50 movies and TV shows to her credit, including the 3-season sitcom The Tammy Grimes Show. MARGE REDMOND (b. 1930), a New York stage veteran, may be best remembered for her Emmy-nominated role as Sister Jacqueline in The Flying Nun (1967-1970), and for her savvy innkeeper, "Sarah Tucker," on TV Cool Whip commercials of the 1970s. She was married for a time to Jack Weston, replaced by Gardenia in the California Suite cast. Lightly toned at edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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