DEATH ON THE NILE MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: DAVID NIVEN, ANGELA LANSBURY - HFSID 295262
DEATH ON THE NILE MOVIE CAST CO-SIGNED BY: DAVID NIVEN and ANGELA LANSBURY The actor and actress are shown dancing together in this black and white publicity photograph for the 1978 film Inscribed Photograph signed: "To Tommy/ Best Wishes!
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DEATH ON THE NILE MOVIE CAST CO-SIGNED BY: DAVID NIVEN and ANGELA LANSBURY The actor and actress are shown dancing together in this black and white publicity photograph for the 1978 film Inscribed Photograph signed: "To Tommy/ Best Wishes!/ David Niven" in purple felt tip and "Angela Lansbury" in red felt tip, b/w, 8x10. Publicity photograph for the 1978 film Death on the Nile. In the film Lansbury plays the character Mrs. Salome Otterbourne and Niven plays Colonel Race. English actor DAVID NIVEN (1910-1983) served with the Highland Infantry in Malta before he worked as a lumberman, news reporter, gunnery instructor to Cuban revolutionists, representative of a London wine firm in the United States and finally, in 1935, an extra in Mutiny on the Bounty. After several strong supporting roles in the late 1930s, Niven had just had his first role as a leading man (opposite Ginger Rogers in 1939's Bachelor Mother), when World War II broke out. He became the first, and one of the few, British actors to leave Hollywood to re-enlist. After the war, all his roles were starring ones. He notched a Golden Globe for The Moon is Blue (1953), and played Phileas Fogg in Around the World in 80 Days (1956). Moreover, he won the 1959 Academy Award for Best Actor for Separate Tables (1958). Although often cast in light comedies, such as the Pink Panther series (1964 and after), Niven could also play strong action roles, one of which being his performance in The Guns of Navarone (1961). ANGELA LANSBURY (b. 1925), won the 1966 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical, her first, for her portrayal of the title character in Mame. The play opened on May 24, 1966 at the Winter Garden Theatre and ran for 1508 performances. She later won Tony Awards for Dear World (1969), Gypsy (1975), and Sweeney Todd (1979). Murder, She Wrote (1984-1996), which starred Lansbury as a best-selling novelist-turned-amateur sleuth, debuted Sept. 30, 1984 and was the highest-rated drama series on TV for a record nine straight seasons (1985-1994). She reprised her role as Jessica Fletcher in a number of subsequent made-for-TV movies. Lightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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