I'M NOT RAPPAPORT PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JACK KLUGMAN, OSSIE DAVIS - HFSID 301430
I'M NOT RAPPAPORT PLAY CAST: JACK KLUGMAN and OSSIE DAVIS Both actors sign above his picture on the cover of the playbill Show Bill signed: "Jack/Klugman", "Ossie Davis", 66p, 5x8½.
Sale Price $432.00
I'M NOT RAPPAPORT PLAY CAST: JACK KLUGMAN and OSSIE DAVIS Both actors sign above his picture on the cover of the playbill Show Bill signed: "Jack/Klugman", "Ossie Davis", 66p, 5x8½. Playbill for a production of I'm Not Rappaport at the Booth Theatre, signed in black felt tip on the front cover. The veteran of over 400 television shows, stage, screen and television actor JACK KLUGMAN (1922-2012) won his first Emmy Award for a guest appearance on The Defenders in 1964. From 1971 to 1974, he won another two Emmy Awards as slob Oscar Madison on The Odd Couple, which co-starred Tony Randall. From 1976 to 1983, he starred in the title role of Quincy, M.E. (medical examiner). Klugman, who was also nominated for the 1960 Tony Award for Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical) for Gypsy, had made his film debut eight years earlier in Grubstake (1952). His other notable films include 12 Angry Men (1958), The Days of Wine and Roses (1962), Goodbye, Columbus (1969) and Dear God (1996). Multitalented actor/director/screenwriter/historian OSSIE DAVIS (1917-2005) married singer/actress Ruby Dee in 1948, two years after they met when he made his Broadway debut in Jeb Turner. Over the years, the couple has appeared together on Broadway (A Raisin in the Sun), screen (debuting in No Way Out in 1950) and television (from Roots: The Next Generation to the PBS series With Ossie & Ruby). They have also been active in social causes, including Black voting rights and the fight against sickle cell anemia. In 1963, Davis and Dee participated in Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s March on Washington, and Davis gave the eulogies at the funerals of Malcolm X in 1965 and Dr. King in 1969. Klugman and Davis were worthy replacements for Judd Hirsch and Cleavon Little in the original Broadway play I'm Not Rappaport, a long-running hit (1985-1988). Lightly toned at edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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