LA CAGE AUX FOLLES PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: PETER MARSHALL, KEENE CURTIS - HFSID 301701
LA CAGE AUX FOLLES PLAY CAST: PETER MARSHALL and KEENE CURTIS As replacements for the original stars of the hit musical, they sign a Playbill cover Show Bill signed: "Keene/Curtis", "Peter Marshall", 81 pages, 5½x8½.
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LA CAGE AUX FOLLES PLAY CAST: PETER MARSHALL and KEENE CURTIS
As replacements for the original stars of the hit musical, they sign a Playbill cover
Show Bill signed: "Keene/Curtis", "Peter Marshall", 81 pages, 5½x8½. Playbill for the original production of La Cage Aux Folles at New York's Palace Theatre. Marshall and Curtis replaced the original stars, Gene Barry and George Hearn, in this musical comedy which ran for four years on Broadway (1983-1987). Although PETER MARSHALL (born Ralph Pierre LaCock in 1926) is best known for hosting the popular TV game show, Hollywood Squares, for 15 years (1966-1981, some 3,536 airings), he had enjoyed a successful career on the stage and screen for 15 years before becoming a successful game show host. Marshall, who began his show business career in the 1940s as a singer with big bands while still a teenager, was half of the successful comedy duo of Noonan and Marshall in the 1950s. He made his film debut in 1950 and would go on to appear in a number of feature films, including The Return of Jesse James (1950), Ensign Pulver (1964), The Cavern (1965) and Annie (1982), and several made-for-TV movies. Marshall has also made guest appearances in a number of TV series, including Love, American Style (1969, 1973), The Love Boat (1979, 1982), Fantasy Island (1981), Burke's Law (1994), MadTV (1995) and Sabrina, The Teenage Witch (1997). He has also appeared in a number of stage productions, including London productions of Bye Bye Birdie and HMS Pinafore (with the London Symphony Orchestra) and, since 2000, continues to sing with big bands and record. The younger brother of actress Joanne Dru, Marshall is the father of former major league baseball player Pete LaCock. American character actor KEENE CURTIS (1923-2002) had some of his greatest successes on stage, winning a Tony as Best Featured Actor in a Musical for The Rothschilds (1970) and scoring an Obie nomination for The Cocktail Hour (1988). He made a few feature films, including American Hot Wax and Heaven Can Wait, but his most frequent presence was as a TV guest star, often a recurring visitor. He appeared as John Allen Hall in 15 episodes of Cheers (1990-1993). Curtis was also a frequent voice over in animated series, including Lord Balthazar in The Smurfs (1981-1989). Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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