JOEL McCREA - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: DOROTHY TUTIN - HFSID 100191
Sale Price $144.00
JOEL McCREA and DOROTHY TUTIN
Joel McCrea and Dorothy Tutin sing a card.
Signatures: "Joel McCrea" and, on verso: "Dorothy Tutin", 4x3 card. JOEL McCREA (1905-1990), who was a movie stunt double while still in high school and appearing at the Pasadena Playhouse while at USC, made his film debut in 1927 and had his breakthrough role, in Jazz Age, two years later. In 1946, after making The Virginian, McCrea concentrated on Westerns. In addition to his long list of film credits, McCrea starred on the early 1950s radio show, Tales of the Texas Rangers, and the 1959 TV series, Wichita Town. British actress DOROTHY TUTIN (1930-2001) made her debut on the British stage in The Thistle and the Rose (1949), and later gave stellar performances in The Living Room (1953), I Am a Camera and The Lark. Tutin, who made her first feature film, The Importance of Being Earnest (1952), also appeared in films including The Beggar's Opera (1953), A Tale of Two Cities (1958), Cromwell (1970), Sister Dora (1977) and The Shooting Party (1985). She also made a number of made-for-TV movies and appeared in the TV productions of The Six Wives of Henry VIII (1971) and King Lear (1984) as well as the miniseries, Scarlett (1994), and the British weekly series, Body and Soul. Creased and stained. Light show through of writing on Tutin's side. Upper and lower left corners rounded. Overall, fine condition.
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