LONG GRAY LINE MOVIE CAST - INSCRIBED PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK CO-SIGNED BY: TYRONE POWER, MAUREEN O'HARA - HFSID 251915
THE LONG GRAY LINE Both shown in a still from the film Inscribed Printed Photograph Signed in Ink: "For Roberta/Tyrone Power" and "To Roberta/Maureen O'Hara". B/w, 8x10.
Sale Price $960.00
THE LONG GRAY LINE Both shown in a still from the film Inscribed Printed Photograph Signed in Ink: "For Roberta/Tyrone Power" and "To Roberta/Maureen O'Hara". B/w, 8x10. Publicity photograph from Columbia Pictures 1955 film, The Long Gray Line. Maureen O'Hara (1920-2015) was an Irish actress. After her first film test was viewed by actor Charles Laughton, she was signed to a seven-year contract with Mayflower Pictures. Her first major role was in the 1939 Alfred Hitchcock film Jamaica Inn. Laughton, pleased with her performance cast her opposite him as Esmerelda in The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939). During the start of World War II O'Hara's contract was sold to RKO studios which cast her in low budget films until director John Ford cast her as the eldest daughter, Angharad Morgan, in How Green Was My Valley (1941). In 1947 she played Natalie Wood's mother in Miracle on 34th Street. She is often remembered for her on screen chemistry with John Wayne. The two worked together on five films Rio Grande, The Quiet Man, The Wings of Eagles, McLintock! and Big Jake. Some of her other roles include mother Maggie McKendrick in The Parent Trap, Olivia Spencer in Spencer's Mountain and Peggy Hobbs in Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation. O'Hara has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and was inducted into the Western Performers Hall of Fame in 1993. In 2004, she released her autobiography 'Tis Herself, which became a New York Times Bestseller. In 2005 she was named "Irish American of the Year" by Irish America magazine and was inducted into the Irish American Hall of Fame in 2011. Tyrone Power (1914-1958) starred in adventure films including Suez, The Mark of Zorro, Blood and Sand, The Black Swan, Captain from Castile, The Black Rose and King of the Khyber Rifles. Twentieth Century Fox's most popular box office attraction, Power was cast in practically every major production turned out by the studio from 1936-1940. Power died of a heart attack at 44 in Spain on the set of Solomon and Sheba in 1958. Yul Brynner replaced him as Solomon. Lightly creased. Shaded at margins touching some writing. Otherwise, fine condition.
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