JOSEPH "DR. NO" WISEMAN - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 142291
JOSEPH WISEMAN Black and white publicity photograph (4¼x5¼) wearing suit and tie Photograph signed: "Joseph Wiseman". B/w, 4¼x5¼. Canadian-born stage, screen and television actor Joseph Wiseman (1918-2009) is best known for his title role in the 1962 James Bond film, Dr. No
Sale Price $180.00
Black and white publicity photograph (4¼x5¼) wearing suit and tie
Photograph signed: "Joseph Wiseman". B/w, 4¼x5¼. Canadian-born stage, screen and television actor Joseph Wiseman (1918-2009) is best known for his title role in the 1962 James Bond film, Dr. No. Dr. No, the first screen outing for Ian Fleming's character, James Bond (played by Sean Connery), co-starred Wiseman as an evil Chinese scientist who schemes to divert rockets launched from Cape Canaveral and blackmail the U.S. The film also starred Ursula Andress as Honey Ryder and Jack Lord as Felix Leiter. Although this was Wiseman's most famous role, it was not his favorite. He once said, "I had no idea what I was letting myself in for. I had no idea it would achieve the success it did. I know nothing about mysteries. I don't take to them. As far as I was concerned, I thought it might be just another Grade-B Charlie Chan mystery." Wiseman began his career on the stage with a Manhattan-based Italian acting troupe. Although he made his film debut in 1950's With These Hands, Wiseman had his first starring role in The Detective Story a year later. He went on to appear in such films as Viva Zapata! (1952), The Silver Chalice (1954), The Unforgiven (1960), Bye Bye Braverman (1968), The Night They Raided Minsky's (1968), The Valachi Papers (1972), The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (1974), The Betsy (1978) and Seize the Day (1986). He also appeared in a long list of made-for-TV movies, and Wiseman made guest appearances on TV shows from early anthologies (from 1951) to Law & Order (1996). Slightly creased at blank margins. Minor surface creases and smudges (most not evident head on), light crease at hair. Fine condition.
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