JOHN McCALLUM - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: GOOGIE WITHERS - HFSID 79806
5½x3½ printed photo signed by the husband-and-wife actors in formal dress with fellow actor Dana Andrews (who did not sign). The pair was married from 1948 to 2010 and shared credits in a total of 14 movies and TV shows.
Sale Price $221.00
JOHN McCALLUM and GOOGIE WITHERS 5½x3½ printed photo signed by the husband-and-wife actors in formal dress with fellow actor Dana Andrews (who did not sign). The pair was married from 1948 to 2010 and shared credits in a total of 14 movies and TV shows. Printed Photograph signed in Ink: "John McCallum" and "Googie Withers" both in blue ink, b/w, 5½x3½ overall, 5¼x3¼ image, one surface. Captioned in image: "Dana Andrews/Googie Withers/John McCallum". Printed in England. According to printed caption on verso, this photo was taken at the Daily Express Film Ball. John McCallum married Googie Withers in 1948; they were married until his death in 2010. They had shared credits in a total of 14 movies and TV shows between 1947 and 1987. JOHN McCALLUM (1917-2010) was an Australian stage and movie actor. He had over thirty acting credits in TV and movies in England and Australia between 1921 and 1987 and was frequently seen on the stage in productions such as William Somerset Maugham's The Circle. He married actress Googie Withers in 1948. McCallum was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1971 and an Officer of the Order of Australia in 1992 for his contributions to drama and theatre. British actress GOOGIE WITHERS (b. 1917) appeared in over 60 movies and TV shows between 1935 and 1996, including a recurring role as prison governess Faye Boswell in Within These Walls (1974-1975). The convent-educated Withers began acting professionally at age 12 as a chorus singer and landed her first film role in 1935's Windfall. She enjoyed her greatest popularity during the 1940s, when she specialized in playing velvet-clawed harpies and had numerous starring roles in films like On Approval (1944), Pink String and Sealing Wax (1946) and It Always Rains on Sunday (1947). Lightly toned, cracked, silvered, stained and creased. Signatures have low contrast but remain legible. Signatures touch. Lightly soiled on verso (no show-through). Otherwise, fine condition.
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