FOR THOSE WHO THINK YOUNG MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: ALLEN JENKINS, JAMES DARREN, PAMELA TIFFIN - HFSID 342822
Sale Price $270.00
FOR THOSE WHO THINK YOUNG MOVIE CAST: JAMES DARREN, PAMELA TIFFIN, and ALLEN JENKINSThe cast members signs still from their 1964 film in black ink Photograph signed: "Best/ wishes/ James/ Darren", "Pamela/ Tiffin", and "with/ best wishes/ Allen Jenkins" in black ink. B/w, 7¼x9¼. Still from the 1964 film For Those Who Think Young. Actor/singer JAMES DARREN (b.1936) emerged as a youthful star in films as diverse as The Brothers Rico (1957), The Guns of Navarone (1961) and the series of Gidget movies (1959-1963). Darren had one more regular role in a series, T. J. Hooker (1982-1986), after that contenting himself with directing stints and with recurring guest roles on such series as Melrose Place, Star Trek and Deep Space Nine). In the 1960s, Darren recorded a few hits aimed at his teen audience, notably "Goodbye Cruel World" (1961). After beginning her career as a teen model in New York, PAMELA TIFFIN (1942-2020) moved to Hollywood, earning Golden Globe nominations for her first two films -Summer and Smoke and One, Two Three - in 1962. Major roles followed swiftly in films like Come Fly With Me, State Fair, The Hallelujah Trail and Harper. She made some TV guest appearances, including an episode of The Fugitive. In the late 1960s, she began appearing in European films, mostly Italian ones, and appeared in the 1966 Broadway play Dinner at Eight which won her a Theatre World Award for Most Promising Newcomer. The screen's premier "comic gangster", stage and screen actor ALLEN JENKINS (1900-1974), born Alfred McGonegal, was a member in good standing of Hollywood's "Irish Mafia", which included actors James Cagney, Pat O'Brien and Spencer Tracy. Jenkins, who made his film debut in 1931 in The Girl Habit, appeared in a long list of feature films through the 1970s, including I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang (1932), 42nd Street (1933), Dead End (1937), Destry Rides Again (1939), Ball of Fire (1941), Tortilla Flat(1942), Stage Door Canteen (1943), Pillow Talk (1959), It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World(1963), Robin and the Seven Hoods (1964), I'd Rather Be Rich (1964), Doctor, You've Got To Be Kidding (1967) and The Front Page (1974, his last film). Jenkins also appeared in a number of TV shows and series, from Playhouse 90 in 1957 to several episodes of Bewitched (1971-1972). Corners rounded and creased. Slightly toned. Paper affixed on verso. Ink notes on verso in unknown hand. Otherwise, fine condition.
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