EYES OF LAURA MARS MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: FAYE DUNAWAY, IRVIN KERSHNER - HFSID 299960
EYES OF LAURA MARS MOVIE CAST: FAYE DUNAWAY & IRVIN KERSHNER The director is shown instructing the Academy Award winning actress during the filming of his 1978 film. Photograph signed: "Faye Dunaway" and "Irvin Kershner", B/w 10x8.
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EYES OF LAURA MARS MOVIE CAST: FAYE DUNAWAY & IRVIN KERSHNER
The director is shown instructing the Academy Award winning actress during the filming of his 1978 film.
Photograph signed: "Faye Dunaway" and "Irvin Kershner", B/w 10x8. Publicity photograph for the 1978 film Eyes of Laura Mars, which tells the story of a woman who begins to see through the eyes of a serial killer as he commits his crimes. After making documentaries for the U. S. Information Service, American director IRVIN KERSHNER (1923-2010) got his feature film break (as many in Hollywood have) by directing and co-writing a Roger Corman film, Stakeout on Dope Street (1958). He spent the next five years or so behind the camera on such TV series as The Rebel (1959-1961) and Naked City (1962-1963) before focusing on movies. Star Wars fans probably know Kershner best as the director of The Empire Strikes Back (1980), while James Bond fans may recognize his name as the director of Never Say Never Again. He won an Emmy for directing the TV movie Raid on Entebbe (1977). His other directing credits include The Hoodlum Priest (1961), A Fine Madness (1966), The Flim-Flam Man (1967), Eyes of Laura Mars (1978) and Robocop 2 (1990). Between 1962 and 1967, FAYE DUNAWAY (b. 1941) established herself on Broadway, including appearances in A Man For All Seasons and After the Fall. She achieved stardom with her Oscar-nominated film performance in Bonnie and Clyde (1967). Nominated again for Chinatown (1974), she finally earned a Best Actress Oscar for Network (1976). In 1981, she portrayed Evita Peron on television and Joan Crawford on the large screen (Mommie Dearest). Other prominent Dunaway performances include The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) - with an appearance in that film's remake (1999) - Three Days of the Condor (1975) and Barfly (1987). Slightly worn at corners. Otherwise, fine condition.
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