CRY THE BELOVED COUNTRY MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: RICHARD HARRIS, JAMES EARL JONES - HFSID 322128
CRY,THE BELOVED COUNTRY MOVIE CAST: JAMES EARL JONES, RICHARD HARRIS Shown with President Nelson Mandela, actors Jones and Harris sign this publicity photo from their 1995 film Cry, The Beloved Country. Photograph signed: "Love and peace/James Earl Jones" "Richard Harris". B/w 8x10.
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CRY,THE BELOVED COUNTRY MOVIE CAST: JAMES EARL JONES, RICHARD HARRIS
Shown with President Nelson Mandela, actors Jones and Harris sign this publicity photo from their 1995 film Cry, The Beloved Country.
Photograph signed: "Love and peace/James Earl Jones" "Richard Harris". B/w 8x10. Photo from Cry, The Beloved Country (1995). JAMES EARL JONES (born 1931) was originally a stage actor, winning Tonys for The Great White Hope (1969) and Fences (1987). He was nominated for a Best Actor Academy Award (1971) for reprising The Great White Hope on film. In 1991, he won both a Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor Emmy for Gabriel's Fire and Heat Wave, and in 1999 for Outstanding Performer Children's Special. Jones' sonorous and highly recognizable voice served both Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy and was Mufasa in Disney's The Lion King (1994) and has been featured in more than twenty films and as many commercial announcements such as "This is CNN". In 2001, Jones narrated the documentary Black Indians: An American Story which explores issues of mixed racial identity - Jones is of African American, American Indian (Choctaw) and Irish decent. He was awarded the John F. Kennedy Centre Honor in 2002. Actor RICHARD HARRIS (1932-2002), a native of Limerick, Ireland, found success on the stage and screen and had a hit record with Jimmy Webb's "MacArthur Park". In 1983, he starred in Triumphs of a Man Called Horse. Nominated for a Best Actor Academy Award in 1963 (The Sporting Life) and 1990 (The Field), Harris' other films include The Guns of Navarone (1961), Mutiny on the Bounty (1962), Major Dundee (1965), A Man Called Horse (1970), Robin and Marian (1976), Patriot Games and Unforgiven (1992), Gladiator (2000) and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001). He is perhaps best known for his role as King Arthur in Camelot. Harris replaced Richard Burton in a theatrical revival of Lerner and Lowe's musical and reprised his role on film in 1967. Harris died on October 25, 2002, the month before he would be seen again as Professor Albus Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Fine condition.
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