JOSEPH COTTEN - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: PATRICIA MEDINA - HFSID 290871
JOSEPH COTTEN and PATRICIA MEDINA 5x3½ candid photograph of the Hollywood couple. Photograph signed: "Patricia Medina" and "Joseph Cotten", Color 5x3½. Medina and
Sale Price $467.50
JOSEPH COTTEN and PATRICIA MEDINA
5x3½ candid photograph of the Hollywood couple.
Photograph signed: "Patricia Medina" and "Joseph Cotten", Color 5x3½. Medina and Cotton were married from 1960 until his death on February 6, 1994, she made her Broadway debut with him in 1962's Calculated Risk. Joseph Cotten (1905-1994) made his Broadway debut in 1930, and seven years later joined Orson Welles' progressive Mercury Theatre company. He briefly left Welles in 1939 to co-star in Katharine Hepburn's Broadway comeback vehicle The Philadelphia Story. Cotten rejoined Welles in Hollywood in 1940, making his feature-film debut in Citizen Kane (1941). A firmly established romantic lead by the early 1940s, he occasionally stepped outside his established screen image to play murderers (Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt, 1943) and surly drunkards (Under Capricorn, 1949). Cotten won a Venice Film Festival award for his performance in Portrait of Jennie (1948). He later flourished on television as a guest performer on such anthologies as Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Fireside Theatre and The Great Adventure, and as host of The 20th Century-Fox Hour (1955), The Joseph Cotten Show (1956), On Trial (1959) and Hollywood and the Stars (1963). Actress PATRICIA MEDINA, born in Liverpool in 1920, was in British films from the late 1930s. Usually cast as a beautiful damsel in distress, Medina's film credits include The Three Musketeers (1948), Botany Bay (1953), Phantom of the Rue Morgue (1954), Mr. Arkadin (1955) and The Killing of Sister George (1968), and she also appeared on a long list of TV shows and series, from early anthologies in 1953 to Mannix in 1971. In 1950, the year she signed this autograph, Medina was seen in four feature films: The Jackpot, Fortunes of Captain Blood, Francis the Talking Mule and Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion. Ink note (unknown hand) on verso. Lightly toned. Signature lightly beaded but legible. Otherwise, fine condition.
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