DOM DELUISE - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: NORMAN FELL, JOHN FIEDLER, TROY DONAHUE, BEVERLY GARLAND, ARTE JOHNSON, LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS, BOBS WATSON - HFSID 298550
Sale Price $396.00
HOLLYWOOD: DOM DeLUISE, NORMAN FELL, ARTE JOHNSON, JOHN FIEDLER, TROY DONAHUE, BEVERLY GARLAND, LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS and BOBS WATSON
All sign a photo of the famed hillside "Hollywood" sign.
Photograph signed: "Troy Donahue", "John/Fiedler", "Lou Diamond/Phillips", "Arte Johnson", "Beverly Garland", "Dom DeLuise [drawn heart]/xx97", "Norman Fell", "Bobs Watson/(Here's where I/hung upside down!/[arrow drawn to the final "O"]" and an unidentified signature. B/w, 10x8. TROY DONAHUE (1936-2001, born Merle Johnson, Jr. in New York City) made his film debut in an uncredited role in 1957's Man Afraid. Two years later, after being signed as a contract player by Warner Bros., Donahue became a teen heartthrob when the studio cast him in A Summer Place (1959). Donahue, whose most successful film was Parrish (1961), appeared in films through 2000. He also starred in two television series, Surfside Six (1960-1962) and Hawaiian Eye (1962-1963), and made guest appearances on a long list of TV shows, from 1958 (The Californians) through 1990 (Monsters). Donahue's four wives included actress Suzanne Pleshette, to whom he was briefly married in 1964. JOHN FIEDLER (1925-2005) was the voice of Piglet in Walt Disney's Winnie-the-Pooh films, his last film, Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005). A stage actor who appeared as the lone Caucasian in an otherwise all Black cast of the Broadway play, A Raisin in the Sun, Fiedler made his film debut in 12 Angry Men in 1957. His other film credits include the film version of A Raisin in the Sun (1961), That Touch of Mink (1962), The Odd Couple (1968; reprising his Broadway role), True Grit and The Great Bank Robbery (both 1969), The Shaggy D.A. (1976), The Cannonball Run (1981) and starring animated role in Piglet's Big Movie (2003). Fiedler was also frequently seen on television as a regular on such shows as The Bob Newhart Show and Kolchak: The Night Stalker, in made-for-TV movies and guest spots. LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS (b. 1962) was nominated for a Golden Globe for his 1988 film, Stand and Deliver, and for a Tony Award for Best Actor - Musical for the Broadway revival of The King and I (1996). Phillips, who made his film debut in 1984 (Interface), has appeared in a number of feature films, including The Young Guns films (1988, 1990) and Courage Under Fire (1996), as well as made-for-TV movies. He had a starring role on the TV series, Wolf Lake (2001-2002), and a recurring role on Numb3rs (2006). He also plays with the group, The Pipefitters with Lou Diamond Phillips. Although comedian and actor ARTE JOHNSON (1929-2019) is best known for his comic portrayals on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (1968-1973) appearing as the helmeted, chain-smoking German soldier with the trademark line, "Verrrrry interesting," and as "dirty old man" Tyrone Horneigh. Johnson had made his television debut on the early series, It's Always Jan (1955-1956), and would have regular roles on Sally (1957-1958) and Hennessey (1959-1962) before finding stardom on Laugh-In. He was seen on numerous variety and game shows, TV movies, animated shows and series guest appearances. His film credits include The President's Analyst (1967) and Cannonball Run II (1984). Beginning films in 1949 (D. O. A), BEVERLY GARLAND (1926-2008) appeared in several Science Fiction films of the 1950s before getting her own TV series, Policewoman Decoy (1957). Garland became by the 1960s a favorite TV spouse and mother. She played a wife on The Bing Crosby Show (1964) and the final seasons of My Three Sons (1969-1972), and a mom on Remington Steele (1982-1986) and Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983-1987). Comic actor DOM DeLUISE (1933-2009) appeared on Broadway and on the big and small screens. His feature films include The Glass-Bottom Boat (1966), The Twelve Chairs (1970), Blazing Saddles (1974), Silent Movie (1976), The End (1978), The Muppet Movie (1979), History of the World - Part 1 (1981), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982), Spaceballs (1987) and Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993). He hosted a weekly summer variety program on TV. A lifelong opera buff, DeLuise was given the opportunity from time to time to perform with opera companies. In 1995, he brought down the house at New York's Metropolitan in the role of Frosh the Jailer in Die Fledermaus. DeLuise was married to actress Carol Arthur from 1965; their three sons, Peter, Michael and David are also actors. American actor Norman Fell (1924-1998) may be best remembered for his role as Mr. Roper on the TV sitcom Three's Company (1976-1981) and its spin-off, The Ropers. While primarily a TV performer, with guest roles on numerous series, it has notable character roles in several feature films, including It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, The Graduate, Bullitt and Catch-22. Fell also appeared in Ronald Reagan's last film, The Killers (1964). BOBS WATSON (1930-1999), one of three child actor brothers, played "Pee Wee" in Boys Town (1938), forming a lifelong friendship with Spencer Tracy. He made many TV guest appearances, including spots on The Twilight Zone, The Fugitive, The Beverly Hillbillies, Green Acres and Lou Grant. Inspired by Boys Town, he became a Methodist minister in Burbank, California. Fine condition.
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