GEORGE C. SCOTT - MAGAZINE COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: TRISH VAN DEVERE - HFSID 254334
GEORGE C. SCOTT and TRISH VAN DEVERE. Magazine Cover signed: "George C Scott" and "Trish/Van Devere". Color, 8¼x10¾. Cover of the February 7, 1977 issue of "People" magazine, picturing the couple. Cover story: "George C.
Sale Price $378.00
GEORGE C. SCOTT and TRISH VAN DEVERE. Magazine Cover signed: "George C Scott" and "Trish/Van Devere". Color, 8¼x10¾. Cover of the February 7, 1977 issue of "People" magazine, picturing the couple. Cover story: "George C. Scott & wife Trish: A fifth marriage mellows the brawling actor". 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. Curiously, he had no qualms about accepting such honors at the Golden Globe or Canada's Genie Award for the 1980 film The Changeling. TRISH VAN DEVERE, born Patricia Dressel, made her off-Broadway debut in 1967 and starred in the TV soaps Search for Tomorrow and One Life to Live before making her film debut in The Landlord in 1970. In 1972, the year she gave a critically acclaimed performance in One is a Lonely Number (for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Actress), Van Devere became the fifth wife of George C. Scott, whom she had met the previous year while filming The Last Run. From that time on, the two usually appeared together in films, including Day of The Dolphin (1973), The Savage is Loose (1974), Movie Movie (1978) and The Changeling (1989), on television (Beauty & The Beast, 1976) and on stage (Sly Fox, 1976). Following Scott's death, Van Devere appeared in several mediocre films and returned to the stage. Lightly chipped at left edge. Fine condition.
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