LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JAMES "JIMMY" COCO, DORIS ROBERTS - HFSID 314798
THE LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS PLAY CAST: JAMES COCO and DORIS ROBERTS James Coco and Doris Roberts sign their names on a show bill for a production of The Last of the Red Hot Lovers Show bill signed:
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THE LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS PLAY CAST: JAMES COCO and DORIS ROBERTS James Coco and Doris Roberts sign their names on a show bill for a production of The Last of the Red Hot Lovers Show bill signed: "James Coco", "Doris Roberts", 16 pages, 9x12. JAMES COCO (1929-1987) earned an Obie for his stage performance in The Moon In Yellow River (1959), and starred in several plays each by Neil Simon and Terence McNally. His starred in two short-lived TV series of the 1970s, but was a popular guest, winning an Emmy for one such appearance on St. Elsewhere (1983). His films included Man Of La Mancha (as Sancho Panza, 1972), Murder By Death (1976) and his final role in That's Adequate (1990). He was Oscar-nominated as Best Supporting Actor for Only When I Laugh (1981). Beginning in the 1950s, DORIS ROBERTS (1925-2016) earned credits in various stage and screen productions. She had her first big role when she was cast as Donna Pescow's mother in the series Angie (1979-1980). In 1983, she joined the cast of Remington Steele midway through the show's run as an IRS investigator-turned-secretary-turned-detective, often stealing the show with her low-key comedic work. In 1996, Doris Roberts became a star in the role of Marie Barone in the series Everybody Loves Raymond, going from working actress -- which she'd been for more than 40 years -- to being an instantly recognized performer. Her five Primetime Emmy wins (out of a total of eleven nominations) include four victories for her work on Raymond and a guest appearance on St. Elsewhere in 1982. Other screen credits include A New Leaf (1971), National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989), and Aliens in the Attic (2009). Her 25-year career on Broadway included roles in The Desk Set (1955-1956), Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1969-1971), and Cheaters (1978). Corners and edges lightly worn. Slightly toned. Image on cover faded in some spots. Slight surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition.
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