LILIOM PLAY CAST - SHOW BILL COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: FARLEY GRANGER, DOLORES SUTTON - HFSID 320050
LILIOM PLAY CAST Show bill cover from Liliom, signed by stars Farley Granger and Dolores Sutton Show Bill Cover Signed: "Dolores Sutton", and "Farley/Granger", 6x9, 1 page. Presented by the Shubert Theatre in 1964, Liliom is a revival of the 1909 Hungarian classic by Ferenc Molnár.
Sale Price $288.00
LILIOM PLAY CAST
Show bill cover from Liliom, signed by stars Farley Granger and Dolores Sutton
Show Bill Cover Signed: "Dolores Sutton", and "Farley/Granger", 6x9, 1 page. Presented by the Shubert Theatre in 1964, Liliom is a revival of the 1909 Hungarian classic by Ferenc Molnár. Also readapted as Carousel (American version by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II), Liliom is the dramatic tale of a young carousel barker who, after killing himself, is given a second chance to return to his wife and daughter after enduring 16 years of Purgatory. Starring as Liliom is stage, screen and television actor Farley Granger (1925-2011), who is best known to television audiences for his work on soap operas, including One Life to Live (1976-1977), The Edge of Night (1980) and As the World Turns (1986-1987). One of the last Goldwyn contract players, Granger had made his film debut in The North Star in 1943. After a stint in WWII, he returned to acting, making both Hollywood and Italian films. His other TV work includes appearances on early anthologies (from 1953) and guest starring roles on series through 1990. He also made a brief Broadway comeback in Deathtrap in 1980. Starring as Liliom's beloved Julie, Dolores Sutton (1927-2011) was an American stage and screen actress who is best known for her various television work, including F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood (1976) and Ah, Wilderness! (1959). She also co-starred in the comedies The Trouble with Angels (1966) and Where Angels Go Trouble Follows! (1968). Sutton, whose career began in the early 1950's, continued to act up until the early 1990's, her last on screen performance being a guest star on Law & Order (1991). Lightly creased and toned. Edges and corners lightly worn. Otherwise, fine condition.
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