FIRESTARTER MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT ON PRINTED CARD SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: ART CARNEY, LOUISE FLETCHER, GEORGE C. SCOTT - HFSID 342056
FIRESTARTER MOVIE CAST Black and white publicity photograph for the film Firestarter signed by stars Art Carney, Louise Fletcher, and George C. Scott. Extremely rare! Autograph sentiment on printed photograph signed in ink: "Best Wishes/Anthony", "George C Scott", "Louise Fletcher", B/w 8x10.
Sale Price $450.00
FIRESTARTER MOVIE CAST
Black and white publicity photograph for the film Firestarter signed by stars Art Carney, Louise Fletcher, and George C. Scott. Extremely rare!
Autograph sentiment on printed photograph signed in ink: "Best Wishes/Anthony", "George C Scott", "Louise Fletcher", B/w 8x10. Stage, screen and television actor ART CARNEY (1918-2003) began his show business career as a comedian, moving into a sidekick role for others. While serving in WWII, Carney was hit by shrapnel (leaving him with a slight limp) during the Normandy landing. After the war he found much work on Broadway, both as a dramatic and comic actor. He is best known, however, for his role as Ed Norton, Jackie Gleason's pal, on the classic 1950s TV sitcom, The Honeymooners. Later, personal problems caused him to leave the Broadway run of The Odd Couple (Carney had originated the role of Felix Unger in 1965). He soon returned to work as an actor, going on to win the Best Actor Academy Award for his performance as a 72-year-old in Harry and Tonto in 1974. Carney also won several Emmy Awards for his work on TV, and he was nominated for the 1969 Best Actor Tony Award. LOUISE FLETCHER (b. 1936), who has starred in television and on film, had her signature role in 1975's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, playing Nurse Mildred Ratched. Her portrayal earned her an Academy Award for Best Actress and a Golden Globe, and her success put her in demand as a supporting and character actress on television as well as in films. Fletcher earned a 1966 Emmy nomination for a guest appearance on Picket Fences and another in 2004 for a guest appearance on Joan of Arcadia. Trekkies may remember her from her recurring role as Kai Winn in a number of episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1999). GEORGE C. SCOTT (1927-1999) was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actor in 1959 (Anatomy of a Murder) and 1961 (The Hustler). In 1971, he was nominated for Best Actor in The Hospital. He won the 1970 Academy Award for Best Actor for the title role in Patton. In 1971, he made international headlines by refusing to accept his Best Actor Academy Award for that performance, deriding the Oscar ceremony as a "meat parade." Two years later, he turned down an Emmy for his work in the TV adaptation of Arthur Miller's The Price. Corners slightly worn and creased. Slight surface creases. Fine condition.
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