LADY L MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: SOPHIA LOREN, PAUL NEWMAN - HFSID 72254
LADY L MOVIE CAST: SOPHIA LOREN, PAUL NEWMAN Black and white publicity photograph of a scene from Lady L, signed by Sophia Loren and Paul Newman.
Sale Price $595.00
LADY L MOVIE CAST: SOPHIA LOREN, PAUL NEWMAN Black and white publicity photograph of a scene from Lady L, signed by Sophia Loren and Paul Newman. Photograph signed: "Paul Newman" and "Sophia Loren". B/w, 9½x7½ overall, image 8½x6½ (one surface) in 16½x20¼ frame with 6¾x3 nameplate. Still from the movie Lady L (1965), which starred Sophia Loren and Paul Newman. Nominated for eight Academy Awards. SOPHIA LOREN (born 1934), statuesque and sensuous, was an established star in Italy by 1954, competing with Gina Lollobrigida for audiences on both sides of the Atlantic. After arriving in Hollywood in 1958, Loren was cast in sexually charged roles in such films as Desire Under the Elms, The Black Orchid and Heller in Pink Tights. In 1961, she returned to Italy to star in a definitely unglamorous role in a most memorable film, Two Women, for which she received an Academy Award and the Cannes Festival Award. She also received a nomination for the 1965 Best Actress Oscar for portraying Filumena Marturano in Marriage Italian-Style. In 1991, Sophia Loren was awarded a Special Academy Award "for a career rich with memorable performances that has added permanent luster to our art form". Her other films include The Black Orchid, El Cid, Boy on a Dolphin, It Started in Naples and Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. In 1995, 61-year-old Italian beauty Sophia Loren starred in Grumpier Old Men with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, proving that her beauty and sex appeal are timeless. PAUL NEWMAN (1925-2008), won the 1987 Oscar for portraying Fast Eddie Felson in The Color of Money (1986), the same character he played in The Hustler 25 years earlier (and which also earned him an Oscar nomination). His other nominated roles were Brick Pollitt in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), Hud Bannon in Hud (1963), Lucas "Cool Hand" Jackson in Cool Hand Luke (1967), Michael Colin Gallagher in Absence of Malice (1981), Frank Galvin in The Verdict (1982) and Donald "Sully" Sullivan in Nobody's Fool (1994). He was nominated for a ninth Oscar, the 2003 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, for portraying John Rooney in Road to Perdition (2002). Fine condition. Framed in Gallery of History style.
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