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JAYNE MEADOWS - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CIRCA 1983 - HFSID 284036

JAYNE MEADOWS Inscribed 3x5 photo touting her TV show It's Not Easy, used as a postcard and mailed in 1983 Inscribed photograph signed: "To/ Sig/ Love,/ Jayne Meadows/ 'It's Not Easy'/ ABC TV/ 9:30". B/W 3½x5½ overall, 3x3¾ image.

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JAYNE MEADOWS Inscribed 3x5 photo touting her TV show It's Not Easy, used as a postcard and mailed in 1983 Inscribed photograph signed: "To/ Sig/ Love,/ Jayne Meadows/ 'It's Not Easy'/ ABC TV/ 9:30". B/W 3½x5½ overall, 3x3¾ image. Photo also bears a facsimile signature. Addressed on verso (unknown hand) to a collector, postmarked Van Nuys, Californa, October 10, 1983.  Stage and screen actress Jayne Meadows (1919-2015) began her film career in the mid-1940s as a contract player at MGM. She excelled as cold-blooded "other women", vitriolic divorcees and neurotic murderesses. One popular screen role was as the double- and triple-crossing Mildred Haveland in Lady in the Lake (1946). Meadows has appeared on dozens of variety programs and game shows. Her film credits include Casino (1995) and The Player (1992). Over the course of her career, she was nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards in three different decades. She married multitalented comedian, actor, author and songwriter Steve Allen (1921-2000) in 1954. The two made guest appearances as a couple in a few different television productions until his death. Her sister was fellow actress Audrey Meadows (1922-1996). It's Not Easy, a 1983 sitcom in which Meadows played Ken Howard's mother, was less successful than most of her ventures, canceled after 4 episodes. Fine condition.

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