CROWN MATRIMONIAL PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: EILEEN HERLIE, GEORGE GRIZZARD - HFSID 78790
CROWN MATRIMONIAL PLAY CAST: GEORGE GRIZZARD and EILEEN HERLIE The cast of Crown Matrimonial signed this show bill cover Show Bill Cover signed: "George/Grizzard", "Eileen Herlie", 5½x9.
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CROWN MATRIMONIAL PLAY CAST: GEORGE GRIZZARD and EILEEN HERLIE The cast of Crown Matrimonial signed this show bill cover Show Bill Cover signed: "George/Grizzard", "Eileen Herlie", 5½x9. Playbill magazine cover featuring the play Crown Matrimonial at the Helen Hayes Theatre. GEORGE GRIZZARD (1928-2007), who began his career as a stage actor, won rave reviews for his performances on Broadway in The Desperate Hours (1955, his Broadway debut), The Disenchanted (1958), and A Delicate Balance (1966). In 1962, two years after making his film debut in On the Terrace, Grizzard was cast in Advise and Consent, the first of his many roles as a politician. His screen credits include Wonder Boys (2000), Flags of Our Fathers (2006), and Bachelor Party (1984). During his career, he earned one Tony Award (with three total nominations) and a Primetime Emmy Award (two total nominations. EILEEN HERLIE (1920-2008, born Eileen Herlihy in Glasgow, Scotland) was an actress of stage, TV and film. Audiences probably know her best from her recurring role as Myrtle Lum Fargate on All My Children (1976-2008), with crossover appearances on Loving (1983) and One Life to Live (2000). This role earned her four consecutive Daytime Emmy nominations between 1983 and 1986. However, most of her career was written on the British and American stage. Herlie got her acting start with the Scottish National Players in 1938. She debuted in London in 1942 in Rebecca, with a memorable performance in a West End production of Jean Cocteau's The Eagle with Two Heads. Herlie played Queen Gertrude of Hamlet in several memorable productions, including a turn opposite Laurence Olivier in his controversial (but Oscar-winning) 1948 film adaptation and opposite Richard Burton in his Broadway and film adaptations of the play, both released in 1964. Herlie had a total of 11 Broadway appearances, including a Tony-nominated performance as Lilly Miller in Take Me Along (1959-1960, 448 performances). Among her film appearances were starring roles in The Angel With a Trumpet (1950), The Great Gilbert and Sullivan (1953) and Freud (1962). Lightly soiled. Slightly frayed at left edge. Otherwise, fine condition.
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