JOY HARMON - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED - HFSID 346241
JOY HARMON The blonde actress who opened a bakery with her children signed this index card in black felt tip Autograph Note Signed: "to Carey / Love, / Always / Joy Harmon". 5x3 album leaf.
Sale Price $90.00
JOY HARMON The blonde actress who opened a bakery with her children signed this index card in black felt tip Autograph Note Signed: "to Carey / Love, / Always / Joy Harmon". 5x3 album leaf. Joy Harmon, born Patricia Joy Harmon in 1940, is best known for an iconic scene in 1967's Cool Hand Luke. In a scene that lasts just a few minutes, Harmon suggestively washes a car in view of the convicts on the chain gang. Harmon's good looks were also featured in the pin-up magazines of the pre-Playboy era, and most of her roles, including "Merrie" in The Village of the Giants (1965), were vehicles for displaying her physical charms. Her other feature films include Under the Yum Yum Tree (1963), Young Dillinger (1965) and Angel in My Pocket (1969). She was one of Groucho Marx' two assistants on the 1962 midseason replacement show Tell It to Groucho. After retiring from acting, she opened a bakery in Burbank, California. Fine condition.
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