HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: ROBERT "BOB" CUMMINGS, MARSHA HUNT - HFSID 227210
HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD MOVIE CAST: ROBERT "BOB" CUMMINGS and MARSHA HUNT Large (11x14) photograph of the co-stars of three 1936 films in which they are depicted here in their roles as Jay Wallace and Patricia Blakeford.
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HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD MOVIE CAST: ROBERT "BOB" CUMMINGS and MARSHA HUNT
Large (11x14) photograph of the co-stars of three 1936 films in which they are depicted here in their roles as Jay Wallace and Patricia Blakeford.
Photograph signed: "With kindest wishes for your/Happiness and $uccess/Bob Cummings" and inscribed and signed: "Recalling 1936 serenity -/all the best to George Turek,/Marsha Hunt". B/w, 11x14. In 1936, Cummings and Hunt co-starred in three films: Desert Gold, a Western, Hollywood Boulevard (this is a still from that film) and The Accusing Finger, a drama. ROBERT "BOB" CUMMINGS (1910-1990), born Charles Clarence Robert Orville Cummings, could handle meaty dramatic roles when they were offered (King's Row, 1942; Dial M for Murder, 1954). His frequent TV work included the hit series, The Bob Cummings Show, which also known as Love That Bob (1955-1959), for which he was nominated for Emmy Awards in 1956, 1957, 1958 and 1959. Cummings was also nominated for an Emmy for his role as Bob S. Beanblossom in My Hero, and he won an Emmy Award for an appearance in "Twelve Angry Men", an episode of the TV anthology series, Studio One. MARSHA HUNT (born in 1917) worked as a Powers model until she debuted onscreen in The Virginia Judge (1935) at the age of 18. In the 1930s, she appeared in supporting roles in films including Hollywood Boulevard and These Glamour Girls (1939) before moving on to leads in B-movies and supporting roles in major films. Blacklisted during the McCarthy era, Hunt appeared in only a handful of films after 1952, but was seen in the TV series Peck's Bad Girl. Her last film was Johnny Got His Gun (1971). After leaving show business, Hunt continued to speak out on political and social issues. Lightly creased at blank margins and corners. Minor surface creases (most not evident head on), primarily at upper background. Ink note (unknown hand) and collector's label on verso (no show through). Fine condition.
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