DAME WENDY HILLER - INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED TWICE 1980 - HFSID 188094
Sale Price $180.00
After inscribing and signing this 8x10 photo, she signs an autograph note on the back, apologizing for not getting the recipient's name right.
Photograph inscribed and signed twice: "Peale?R/I am sorry!/Wendy Hiller/England/1980". B/w, x10. She signs an autograph note on verso: "I do apologize but I can't make out the name./Wendy Hiller." English actress Wendy Hiller (1912-2003) preferred theater to film, performing on London and Broadway stages for over half a century, beginning with Love on the Dole (1934) and concluding with the West End production of Driving Miss Daisy (1988). She was a favorite of George Bernard Shaw, who wanted her cast in his plays and films. (As Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion (1938), she became the first British actress in a British film to be nominated for an Oscar.) She won an Oscar as Best Supporting Actress for Separate Tables (1958), and received a third nomination for A Man for All Seasons (1966). She became an Officer of the British Empire in 1971, a Dame Commander of the Empire in 1975. Fine condition.
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