JANE ROBERTSON - INSCRIBED SHOW BILL COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: POLLY ROWLES, CHARLENE MATHIES, J. J. LEWIS - HFSID 78802
JANE ROBERTSON, CO-SIGNED BY: POLLY ROWLES, CHARLENE MATHIES, J.J. LEWIS This show bill cover from the Westbury Music Fair is signed by the four actresses in blue ink Inscribed show
Sale Price $198.00
JANE ROBERTSON, CO-SIGNED BY: POLLY ROWLES, CHARLENE MATHIES, J.J. LEWIS This show bill cover from the Westbury Music Fair is signed by the four actresses in blue ink Inscribed show bill cover signed: “To Pat/be Happy/Jane/Robertson”, “Polly Rowles”, “Charlene/Mathies”, “Peace,/J J Lewis” all in blue ink. 5½x8½. Stage actress JANE ROBERTSON (b. 1948) was cast in the hit Broadway Musical “Annie”. Appearing in both the ensemble and as "Annette", she performed with the show from 1977 through 1983. Before that she had a part in “Rachael Lily Rosenbloom and Don't You Ever Forget It”. Known for her portrayal of Inspector No. 12 in the Hanes underwear commercial, POLLY ROWLES (1914-2001) was an American actress of film and television. Her first role was in the Universal Studios Love Letters of a Star (1936), and she would appear in several more Universal productions after her debut. She became more well-known as she aged, often appearing as snappy older women, particularly in plays The Best Laid Plans (1966), Forty Carats (1968), and Steaming (1982). Her best known role still remains as Hanes Inspector No. 12, appearing in ten advertisements for the company, and often going to trade conventions to represent the company. CHARLENE MATHIES (b. 1936) made her Broadway debut in Woody Allen's “Play it Again Sam” and has also had significant roles in “Star Spangled Girl”, “The Rainmaker” and television appearances on The Guiding Light as well as commercials. J.J. LEWIS has had many stage appearances, including roles in “Cactus Flower” and the New York Shakespeare Festival's production of “Much Ado About Nothing”. She performed on Broadway in “No Sex Please, We're British”. “No, No Nanette” was her first musical. Lightly toned. Corners rounded. Left edge torn from binding. Lightly soiled throughout. Pencil notes (unknown hand) near signatures. Otherwise, fine condition.
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