HAL LINDEN - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: SHIRLEY MacLAINE - HFSID 25610
HAL LINDEN and SHIRLEY MacLAINE Hal Linden and Shirley MacLaine sign an index card. Signatures: "Hal Linden" and, on verso, "Shirley/MacLaine", 5x3 index card. Typed caption and ink note (unknown hand) at upper margin of Linden's side.
Sale Price $108.00
HAL LINDEN and SHIRLEY MacLAINE
Hal Linden and Shirley MacLaine sign an index card.
Signatures: "Hal Linden" and, on verso, "Shirley/MacLaine", 5x3 index card. Typed caption and ink note (unknown hand) at upper margin of Linden's side. Actor HAL LINDEN, born Harold Lipschitz in 1931, is best known for playing the title character in the Emmy-nominated sitcom, Barney Miller, which was televised from 1975-1980. Linden, who began his performing career as a clarinetist and a vocalist (he toured with Sammy Kaye), first appeared on Broadway in The Bells Are Ringing in 1958. He appeared in a number of Broadway shows, including On A Clear Day, You Can See Forever (1965-1966), Three Men on a Horse (1969-1970) and The Pajama Game (1973-1974), breaking into TV on Car 54, Where Are You? (1963). In 1971, Linden won the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for The Rothschilds. He appeared in several made-for-TV movies before making his film debut in 1979, and his credits include I Do! I Do! (1984), The Colony (1995), Out to Sea (1997) and Time Changer (2002). Linden's work on the small screen includes hosting the Peabody Award-winning Animals, Animals, Animals (1976-1980), appearing on "FYI" (his Emmy Award-winning daytime information spots on ABC) and appearances on a number of TV shows, including Touched By An Angel (1996, 2001), The Nanny (1999), The Drew Carey Show (1999), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2003) and Will & Grace (2004). SHIRLEY MacLAINE took dance lessons from the age of two, first performed publicly when she was four and at 16 went to New York, making her Broadway debut as a chorus girl in Me and Juliet (1953). Her dancing skills were evident in the films Can-Can (1960) and Sweet Charity (1969). She received one of her five Academy Award nominations for Best Actress for portraying Deedee, the former dance colleague of Emma (Anne Bancroft), in The Turning Point (1977). Deedee chose marriage and motherhood instead of a career while Emma became a prima ballerina. The film was nominated for 11 Oscars, including Best Picture, Director and four for acting, but won none. MacLaine won the 1983 Oscar for Best Actress (Terms of Endearment). Fine condition.
Following offer submission users will be contacted at their account email address within 48 hours. Our response will be to accept your offer, decline your offer or send you a final counteroffer. All offers can be viewed from within the "Document Offers" area of your HistoryForSale account. Please review the Make Offer Terms prior to making an offer.
If you have not received an offer acceptance or counter-offer email within 24-hours please check your spam/junk email folder.