INCHON MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: TOSHIRO MIFUNE, BEN GAZZARA - HFSID 299869
INCHON MOVIE CAST: TOSHIRO MIFUNE and BEN GAZZARA Shown on an embattled beach in a still from the 1982 film Photograph signed: "Ben Gazzara", "Toshiro Mifune". Mifune has signed in both Western and Japanese script. B/w, 10x8. Movie still from Inchon (1982).
Sale Price $450.00
INCHON MOVIE CAST: TOSHIRO MIFUNE and BEN GAZZARA
Shown on an embattled beach in a still from the 1982 film
Photograph signed: "Ben Gazzara", "Toshiro Mifune". Mifune has signed in both Western and Japanese script. B/w, 10x8. Movie still from Inchon (1982). The most internationally recognized Japanese actor, TOSHIRO MIFUNE (1920-1977) was frequently cast in leading roles by Akira Kurosawa, Japan's most celebrated director. Though without training as an actor, Mifune was a powerful presence in films like Rashomon (1951), The Seven Samurai (1954), Throne of Blood (1957) and Yojimbo (1961). Often cast in samurai roles, Mifune could also fill less action-oriented roles, as in High and Low (1962). He played Admiral Yamamoto in Midway (1976) and Lord Toranaga in the miniseries Shogun (1980). BEN GAZZARA (b. 1930) is an Emmy-winning American actor of stage, TV and movies. His first Broadway role, as Jocko de Paris End as a Man (1953-54), earned him a 1954 Theatre World Award. He went on to create the role of Brick in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1955-1956) and star in A Hatful of Rain (1955-1956); both of these roles were played by other actors in the film adaptations. However, Gazzara was recast as Jocko Paris in the 1957 film adaptation of End as a Man, one of his first movie roles, and managed to steal scenes from Jimmy Stewart in Anatomy of a Murder two years later. Gazzara has sought out off-beat roles, including a bisexual villain in Road House (1989) and dysfunctional characters in Buffalo '66, Happiness and The Big Lebowski (all 1998). Despite its stellar cast, which also included Laurence Olivier, David Janssen, Omar Sharif, Jacqueline Bisset and Rex Reed, Inchon, which was produced by Reverend Moon's Unification Church at a cost of $50 million, grossed less than $2 million in its initial release. Fine condition.
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