HOLIDAY IN MEXICO MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: RODDY McDOWALL, JANE POWELL - HFSID 253759
HOLIDAY IN MEXICO MOVIE CAST: RODDY McDOWALL and JANE POWELL Roddy McDowall and Jane Powell sign a black and white with brown hue publicity photograph for their film Holiday in Mexico. Photograph signed: "Jane/Powell" and "Roddy McDowall". B/w with brown hue, 10x8.
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HOLIDAY IN MEXICO MOVIE CAST: RODDY McDOWALL and JANE POWELL
Roddy McDowall and Jane Powell sign a black and white with brown hue publicity photograph for their film Holiday in Mexico.
Photograph signed: "Jane/Powell" and "Roddy McDowall". B/w with brown hue, 10x8. Publicity photograph for M-G-M's 1946 musical comedy, Holiday in Mexico, directed by George Sidney. ©1946, Loew's, Inc. In this lighthearted romance, Powell starred as Christine Evans, the daughter of America's Ambassador to Mexico, and McDowall co-starred as Stanley Owen, the son of the British Ambassador. Walter Pidgeon, Xavier Cugat and piano virtuoso José Iturbi (as himself). London-born RODDY McDowall's (1928-1998) arrival in Hollywood came when he tested for the juvenile lead in Fox's How Green Was My Valley (1941), winning both the role and a long contract. McDowall's first adult acting assignment was as Malcolm in Orson Welles' 1948 film version of Macbeth. The actor spent the better part of the early 1960s playing Octavius in the mammoth production Cleopatra (Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor), co-starring with longtime friend Elizabeth Taylor. An accomplished photographer, McDowall was honored by having his photos of Taylor and other celebrities frequently published in the leading magazines of the era. McDowall's most frequent assignments between 1968 and 1975 found him in elaborate simian makeup as Cornelius in the Planet of the Apes theatrical films and TV series. Possessing a wide-ranging operatic singing voice, JANE POWELL (born in 1928) was a radio performer from childhood. She took dancing and acting lessons, then made her film debut at 15 in Song of the Open Road (1944). She is best known for her parts in film musicals of the early 1950s, including Royal Wedding (1951) and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954). Lightly creased. Slightly soiled at blank margins. Overall, fine condition.
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