GINGER ROGERS - PROGRAM SIGNED CIRCA 1986 CO-SIGNED BY: SHIRLEY MacLAINE, AUDREY MEADOWS, FLORENCE HENDERSON - HFSID 191487
Sale Price $324.00
FLORENCE HENDERSON, AUDRY MEADOWS, GINGER ROGERS and SHIRLEY MacLAINE
Complete issue of Performing Arts for February 1986, signed on the front cover by all 5
Program signed: "Florence Henderson", "Audry Meadows", "Ginger Rogers" and "Shirley MacLaine", 76 pages, 8½x10½. Performing Arts, February 1986 (Center Theatre Group, Ahmanson Theatre). Complete issue, signed in green ink on the front cover by all 5. FLORENCE HENDERSON (b. 1934), a multi-talented singer, dancer and actress, is best known for her role as Carol Brady in the TV series, The Brady Bunch (1969-1974). Henderson, who was a Today girl from 1959-1960, was the first woman to host The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, and she would later co-host the short-lived spinoff series, Later Today (1999-2000). A successful star of Broadway musicals, she has appeared in several feature films, including Song of Norway (1970), and has appeared as a guest on dozens of TV series, game shows and variety programs. AUDRY MEADOWS (1926-1996)was born in Wu'chang China to missionary parents. Her acting career began when she appeared on Broadway for a few months in Top Banana (1951). She then got a job on The Bob And Ray Show on NBC (1951). In 1952, Meadows was hired to play Alice Kramden on "The Honeymooners", a comedy sketch which was shown during the second half hour of The Jackie Gleason Show on CBS (1952-1957), a role which earned her an Emmy (1955) and three more nominations She starred in a few films including That Touch Of Mink (1961) and Take Her, She's Mine (1962), later appearing as Ted Knight's mother in law in the sitcom Too Close For Comfort (1982-1983). Her sister was actress Jane Meadows. GINGER ROGERS (1911-1995) was singing and dancing in vaudeville while still in her teens. A major film star of the 1930s and 1940s, she was usually sought for musicals and comedies, but she earned a Best Actress Oscar in the dramatic title role of Kitty Foyle (1940). Rogers is probably best remembered as the dance partner of Fred Astaire, with whom she starred in ten films. SHIRLEY MacLAINE made her Broadway debut as a 16 year-old chorus girl in Me and Juliet (1953). Her dancing skills were evident in the films Can-Can (1960) and Sweet Charity (1969). She received five Academy Award nominations for Best Actress, finally winning the coveted Oscar in 1983 for Terms of Endearment. MacLaine has written several books on reincarnation, channeling and "New Age" metaphysics. Her brother is actor Warren Beatty. All corners are creased and worn. Surface is lightly creased. Stray ink smudges. Left edge (at binding) creased. Overall, fine condition.
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