LET'S ROCK MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: CONRAD JANIS, JULIUS LA ROSA - HFSID 346295
LET'S ROCK MOVIE CAST: CONRAD JANIS and JULIUS LA ROSA The two talented actors sign this black and white still from the 1958 movie Photograph signed: “Conrad Janis” in blue ink and “Julius LaRosa” in blue felt tip, b/w, 10x8.
Sale Price $324.00
LET'S ROCK MOVIE CAST: CONRAD JANIS and JULIUS LA ROSA The two talented actors sign this black and white still from the 1958 movie Photograph signed: “Conrad Janis” in blue ink and “Julius LaRosa” in blue felt tip, b/w, 10x8. Still from the film Let's Rock (1958). Multi-talented CONRAD JANIS (b. 1928) has appeared in almost 100 movies and TV shows since 1945. His TV roles have included Mindy McConnell's father Fred in Mork and Mindy (1978-1982). (Sci-fi comedy is nothing new to Janis; he was also boss-from-hell Otto Palindrome in 1978's Quark) Janis also appeared in 13 Broadway productions between 1945 and 1978, including the 1952 Theatre World Award-winning play The Brass Ring. A musician as well as an actor, Janis is a self-taught Dixieland trombonist who freelanced between acting jobs in the 1950s and has been the leader of at least two jazz bands: Conrad Janis and His Tail Gate 5 (which appeared alongside him in the Broadway play Marathon '33, 1963-1964) and the Beverly Hills Unlimited Jazz Band. Janis became a director in 1994 with The November Conspiracy and has directed two other movies since then: Bad Blood (2006) and Bad Blood... The Hunger (2009). Singer/actor JULIUS LA ROSA (b. 1930), who got his start with radio/TV personality Arthur Godfrey, was as famous for getting fired on the air in 1953 as he was for his smooth ballads, which he sang in a way that showed his appreciation for a song's lyrics. After parting ways with Godfrey, La Rosa worked in clubs, on television, and in summer stock theatre. Beginning in 1969, he commenced an eight-year stint as a DJ for a popular radio show in New York, before returning to singing and summer stock. La Rosa, whose biggest hit was Eh Cumpari, continued singing well into his 70s and made occasional forays into radio and TV. In 1980, he was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Daytime Emmy for his role as Renaldo on the TV soap Another World (1964-1999). Indentation extending downward from top edge touches Janis's signature. Lightly toned. Gently bowed. Corners worn and creased. Otherwise, fine condition.
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