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DONALD SINDEN - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: ANDREW ROSENTHAL - HFSID 143000

DONALD SINDEN, CO-SIGNED BY: ANDREW ROSENTHALShow bill for a production of Red Letter Day at London's Garrick Theatre, signed by Tony Award-nominated actor Donald Sinden and Andrew Rosenthal, who wrote the play Show Bill Signed: "Donald Sinden" and "Andrew Rosenthal", both in green ink.

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DONALD SINDEN, CO-SIGNED BY: ANDREW ROSENTHALShow bill for a production of Red Letter Day at London's Garrick Theatre, signed by Tony Award-nominated actor Donald Sinden and Andrew Rosenthal, who wrote the play Show Bill Signed: "Donald Sinden" and "Andrew Rosenthal", both in green ink. B/w, 8 pages including covers, 4¾x7¾, bound with one staple. Showbill for a production of Red Letter Day at the Garrick Theatre in London, written by Rosenthal. Sinden appeared as Manuel Del Vega. British actor SINDEN (1923-2014), got his start on the stage, performing with the Royal Shakespeare Company since the 1960s and earning a Tony Award nod for his performance in Habeas Corpus (1975-1976). He added movies to his resume in 1948 - he appeared in numerous Rank Organisation movies during the 1950s - and TV in 1958. British TV viewers probably recognize him from his recurring roles on and The Mystery of Edwin Drood (1960), Our Man at St. Mark's (1964-1966), Thirty-Minute Theatre (1971), Two's Company (1975-1979), Never the Twain (1981-1991) and Judge John Deed (2001-2007); he earned a British Academy Award nomination for Best Light Entertainment performance in Two's Company. Sinden was knighted in 1997. Playwright ROSENTHAL wrote Red Letter Day, which also appeared on Broadway in 1959. In all, he wrote four plays that appeared on Broadway: The Burning Deck (1940), Broken Journey (1942), Horses in Midstream (1953) and Red Letter Day (1959). Lightly toned, soiled and creased. Signatures are faded but legible. Staple is rusted. Pages are separating from staple. Light tear at bottom edge of spine. Otherwise, fine condition.

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