DANNY THOMAS - INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH MOUNT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: MARLO THOMAS - HFSID 221898
DANNY & MARLO THOMAS Father and daughter actors sign the photograph mount of a news clipping of the Enquirer's "My Favorite Photo" series, written by Marlo Thomas Photograph Mount signed: "To Selwyn-/Love from Danny" and "and Marlo". B/w, 4¾x5¾ mounted to an 8x10 board.
Sale Price $170.00
DANNY & MARLO THOMAS
Father and daughter actors sign the photograph mount of a news clipping of the Enquirer's "My Favorite Photo" series, written by Marlo Thomas
Photograph Mount signed: "To Selwyn-/Love from Danny" and "and Marlo". B/w, 4¾x5¾ mounted to an 8x10 board. Newspaper clipping from the "Enquirer's" My Favorite Photo series. DANNY THOMAS (1912-1991) debuted onscreen in 1947 in The Unfinished Dance, beginning a brief film career in corny leads or supporting comic roles. He was much more successful on TV, starring in the long-running sitcom Make Room for Daddy (later re-named The Danny Thomas Show). He also was featured in a number of TV specials and made guest appearances on variety shows. Entering production in the 1950's, Thomas was producer for American classics The Andy Griffith Show, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Gomer Pyle and The Mod Squad. He founded the St. Jude's Research Hospital, which is dedicated to finding cures for catastrophic children's diseases.. After guest starring in dozens of programs, MARLO THOMAS starred in her own series, That Girl (1966-70), after which she concentrated on Broadway appearances and occasional films like Thieves (1971). Extremely active in social and political causes during the next two decades, Thomas nonetheless found time to star in several made-for-TV movies and also co-produce the Emmy-winning children's TV special Free to Be...You and Me. She won additional Emmys for producing the 1988 follow-up Free to Be...a Family; for hosting the 1980 special The Body Human: Facts for Girls; and for her outstanding dramatic performance as an institutionalized mental patient in the TV film Nobody's Child (1986). Newspaper article has become yellowed. Mount is lightly soiled. Overall, fine condition.
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