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GOODBYE, CHARLIE MOVIE CAST - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: PAT BOONE, DEBBIE REYNOLDS - HFSID 345410

GOODBYE, CHARLIE MOVIE CAST Debbie Reynolds and Pat Boone signed this 8x10 b/w printed photograph in black felt tip Printed Photograph Signed in Ink: "Debbie Reynolds" and "Pat Boone" in black ink on an 8x10 print.

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GOODBYE, CHARLIE MOVIE CAST Debbie Reynolds and Pat Boone signed this 8x10 b/w printed photograph in black felt tip Printed Photograph Signed in Ink: "Debbie Reynolds" and "Pat Boone" in black ink on an 8x10 print. Actual image 7¼x9 surrounded by white border (one surface). Caption at bottom: "20th Century-Fox Presents/ "Goodbye, Charlie"/A Venice Production/In Cinemascope - Color by DeLuxe". Goodbye, Charlie (1964) stars the two signers in addition to Tony Curtis. Debbie Reynolds's (1932-2016) film career began at MGM after she won a beauty contest at age 16 impersonating Betty Hutton. Most of her film work has been in MGM musicals, as perky, wholesome young women. In 1952, Reynolds starred in what many consider to be Hollywood's greatest musical, Singin' in the Rain (1952). She continued to use her dancing skills with stage work. Nearly all the money she has made is spent toward her goal of creating a Hollywood museum. Her collection numbers more than 3000 costumes and 46,000 square-feet worth of props and equipment. Pat Boone (b. 1934) is an immensely popular recording star who was most popular in the late 1950s. Among the biggest of his 38 Top 40 hits were "Don't Forbid Me", "April Love" and "Love Letters in the Sand" (all from 1957). He hosted a TV show (1957-1960) and appeared in 15 feature films, including Bernadine and April Love (1957). His smooth style and clean cut good looks appealed not only to many teens, but also to parents appalled by Elvis Presley and the rebellious side of rock and roll. Most of his later successes came in Christian music, but his album No More Mr. Nice Guy (1997), a tongue in cheek cover of heavy metal hits, angered many of his religious fans who failed to get the joke. Foxed corners. Half-inch long tear in center of left edge. Worn edges. Otherwise, fine condition.

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