GWEN VERDON - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 269607
GWEN VERDON Signed black and white publicity photograph from the 1990 film Alice in which Gwen Verdon starred as the mother of Alice Tate. Photograph signed: "Gwen Verdon". B/w, 8x10¼ overall, image 6x8¾ (one surface).
Sale Price $136.00
Signed black and white publicity photograph from the 1990 film Alice in which Gwen Verdon starred as the mother of Alice Tate.
Photograph signed: "Gwen Verdon". B/w, 8x10¼ overall, image 6x8¾ (one surface). Publicity photograph by Brian Hamill for the 1990 film, Alice, in which Verdon starred as the mother of Alice Tate (Mia Farrow). ©1990, Orion Pictures Corporation. Captioned at lower margin: "GWEN VERDON as seen in Woody Allen's upcoming film, 'ALICE.'" Alice, which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay (for Allen), also starred Joe Mantegna, Alec Baldwin, Blythe Danner and Judy Davis. Stage, screen and television actress Gwen Verdon (1925-2000) made her debut on Broadway in Cole Porter's Can-Can, winning the 1953 Theatre World Award and the 1954 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical. She also won Tony Awards for Best Actress (Musical) for Damn Yankees (1956), New Girl in Town (1958) and Redhead (1959), and was nominated for Tonys in the same category for Sweet Charity (1976) and Chicago (1976). Sweet Charity, like many of her earlier Broadway triumphs, was choreographed by her longtime husband, Bob Fosse. The couple, who married in 1960, separated in 1971, but remained married until his death in 1987. Verdon's films include David and Bathsheba (1951), Dreamboat (1952), The Cotton Club (1984), Cocoon (1985 and its 1988 sequel) and Marvin's Room (1996), and the versatile performer made guest appearances on a long list of TV variety shows and series. Slightly creased at blank margins and corners. Black mark at lower right margin. Fine condition.
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