CHU CHU & THE PHILLY FLASH MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: ALAN ARKIN, CAROL BURNETT - HFSID 295782
CHU CHU AND THE PHILLY FLASH MOVIE CAST: CAROL BURNETT and ALAN ARKIN Shown in a still from the zany comedy Photograph signed: "Carol Burnett", "Alan Arkin". B/w, 8x10. Promotion movie still from Chu Chu and the Philly Flash (1981), captioned in lower margin.
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CHU CHU AND THE PHILLY FLASH MOVIE CAST: CAROL BURNETT and ALAN ARKIN
Shown in a still from the zany comedy
Photograph signed: "Carol Burnett", "Alan Arkin". B/w, 8x10. Promotion movie still from Chu Chu and the Philly Flash (1981), captioned in lower margin. Arkin, an alcoholic ex-baseball player, joins Burnett, a has-been entertainer, when they find a briefcase containing secret documents. CAROL BURNETT (b. 1935) is best known for her long-running (1967-1978), The Carol Burnett Show, which won numerous Emmys for both the program and its individual stars. Originally a nightclub performer, Burnett became frequent guest on the variety shows of Steve Allen, Ed Sullivan and Jack Parr before achieving stardom in the 1959 off-Broadway musical, Once Upon a Mattress. She won her first Emmy (1962) during a three-year stint on The Garry Moore Show, and her second for an appearance with Julie Andrews at Carnegie Hall. Her feature films include Pete 'n' Tillie (1972) and A Wedding (1978), both of which notched Golden Globe nominations. She also appeared on Mad About You, as Helen Hunt's mother, a role which won her yet another Emmy in 1997. Altogether she has been nominated for 20 Emmy Awards, winning six times. ALAN ARKIN (b. 1934) made his Oscar-nominated Hollywood debut as a Russian naval officer in the gentle but hilarious sleeper The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming! (1966). 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. He continued riding high in 1970, when he played Yossarian 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). Nearly four decades after his first Oscar, he scored another as Best Supporting Actor in Little Miss Sunshine (2007). He is the father of actors Adam and Matthew Arkin. Fine condition.
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