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FORGET PARIS MOVIE CAST - LASER MEDIA COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: BILLY CRYSTAL, DEBRA WINGER - HFSID 278657

FORGET PARIS MOVIE CAST: BILLY CRYSTAL, DEBRA WINGER Laserdisc cover for Forget Paris signed by co-writer, director and star Crystal and female lead Winger in blue ink Laserdisc cover signed "Billy/Crystal" and "Debra Winger", both in blue ink. Color, 12¼x12¼. Disc not included.

Sale Price $414.00

Reg. $460.00

Condition: lightly creased, otherwise fine condition
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FORGET PARIS MOVIE CAST: BILLY CRYSTAL, DEBRA WINGER
Laserdisc cover for Forget Paris signed by co-writer, director and star Crystal and female lead Winger in blue ink
Laserdisc cover signed "Billy/Crystal" and "Debra Winger", both in blue ink. Color, 12¼x12¼. Disc not included. ©1995 Castle Rock Entertainment, layout and design ©1995 Columbia TriStar Home Video. Crystal directed, co-wrote and starred in the romantic comedy Forget Paris (1995) with female lead Winger. In 1977 CRYSTAL, born in Manhattan, New York in 1948, was hired to play the gay character Jodie Dallas on Soap. Thanks to Soap, he became and remained a headliner and his career accelerated with comedy records, choice club dates, regular appearances on Saturday Night Live, and TV guest shots. Crystal had a successful stab at the movies in such films as This is Spinal Tap (1984), The Princess Bride (1987), Throw Momma From the Train (1987) and When Harry Met Sally (1989). Riding high after a memorable emceeing stint at the Oscar ceremony, Crystal executive produced and starred in his most successful film projects to date, City Slickers (1991) and its 1994 sequel City Slickers 2: The Legend of Curly's Gold. His more recent hits include his pairing with Robert DeNiro in Analyze This (1999) and its sequel Analyze That (2002). Screen and television actress WINGER, born Mary Debra Winger in Cleveland Heights, Ohio in 1955, first found fame as Drusilla/Wonder Girl, the super-powered younger sister of Lynda Carter, in the fantasy TV series, Wonder Woman (1976-1977). She became a full-fledged audience favorite for her peppery role opposite John Travolta in Urban Cowboy (1980), which led to the most famous of her "working-class" roles in An Officer and a Gentleman (1982). The following year, Winger was nominated for Academy Award for Best Actress for her role as Shirley MacLaine's doomed daughter, Emma, in Terms of Endearment (MacLaine captured the Best Actress Oscar). Married to actor Arliss Howard since 1996, Winger was previously married to actor Timothy Hutton (1986 until their divorce in 1990). Lightly creased and scuffed. Light impressions and scuff marks from disc. Other light impressions and scratches (not visible head-on). Rounded corners. Otherwise in fine condition.

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