ELI WALLACH - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK - HFSID 186037
ELI WALLACH The stage and screen actress signed this black and white photograph with Fred MacMurray in a still from Kisses for My President Printed Photograph Signed in Ink: "Best wishes/ Eli Wallach". B/w, 10x8.
Sale Price $180.00
ELI WALLACH The stage and screen actress signed this black and white photograph with Fred MacMurray in a still from Kisses for My President Printed Photograph Signed in Ink: "Best wishes/ Eli Wallach". B/w, 10x8. Shown with Fred MacMurray in publicity still for film Kisses for My President. © 1964 Warner Bros. Wallach, who portrayed Latin dictator Valdez, is pictured with Fred MacMurray, who portrayed Thad McCloud, the husband of the first U.S. woman President, Leslie McCloud (played by Polly Bergen). Arlene Dahl also co-starred as Doris Reid. Eli Wallach (1915-2014) was an American actor who made his presence felt on stage and on the screen. He made his Broadway debut in 1945, making his television debut six years later in an episode of Lights Out (1946-1952). After proving his acting chops in various other guest appearances on television, he made his film debut in Baby Doll (1956), a film written by Tennessee Williams and directed by Elia Kazan. Wallach notched a Golden Globe nomination for his portrayal of Silva Vacarro. The actor racked up over 150 acting credits, including major roles in films like The Magnificent Seven (1960), The Misfits (1961), The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966), The Godfather: Part III (1990), and Mystic River (2003). Wallach spent most of his career playing mobsters and other exotic outlaws. He also maintained a stage career, appearing in dozens of stage productions on Broadway and Off-Broadway until 2000. Perhaps his most famous stage work came in the 1951 production The Rose Tattoo, another piece written by Tennessee Williams. He earned his only Tony Award for this role. After marrying Anne Jackson in 1948, the two often appeared on stage together in Williams plays. Despite his numerous iconic screen credits, Wallach always insisted that the live theater stage was a higher plane of art. Over the course of his 60-year acting career, Wallach won a Tony Award (1951), an Emmy Award (1967), and an Obie Award (1963). Fine condition.
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