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MARDI GRAS MOVIE CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: BARRIE CHASE, GARY CROSBY - HFSID 190456

MARDI GRAS MOVIE CAST: GARY CROSBY and BARRIE CHASE. Photograph signed: "Barrie Chase" and "Gary Crosby" on their respective images. B/w, 10x8. Publicity still from the 1958 film, Mardi Gras, in which Crosby (in his solo feature film debut) co-starred as Tony Runkle and Chase appeared as Torchy.

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MARDI GRAS MOVIE CAST: GARY CROSBY and BARRIE CHASE. Photograph signed: "Barrie Chase" and "Gary Crosby" on their respective images. B/w, 10x8. Publicity still from the 1958 film, Mardi Gras, in which Crosby (in his solo feature film debut) co-starred as Tony Runkle and Chase appeared as Torchy. The 20th Century-Fox musical, in which a group of Virginia Military Institute cadets organize a raffle in which the "prize" is French movie star Michelle Marton, queen of the New Orleans Mardi Gras, also starred Pat Boone, Christine Carère, Tommy Sands, Sheree North and Dick Sargent and featured Robert Wagner and Jeffrey Hunter as themselves. Eight cast members are shown in the picture. GARY CROSBY (1933-1995), the eldest (and look-alike) son of legendary crooner/actor Bing Crosby and his wife, Dixie Lee, first appeared (as himself, along with his three brothers) in two of his father's films, Star Spangled Rhythm (1942) and Duffy's Tavern (1945). While still a teenager, Gary dueted on two songs, "Sam's Song" and "Play a Simple Melody", with his father, and the record became the first double-sided gold recording. In the 1950s, Gary and his brothers formed a relatively successful singing group, "The Crosby Boys", but Gary later left to begin a solo acting career, debuting in Mardi Gras in 1958. His other feature film credits include Holiday for Lovers (1959), A Private's Affair (1959), Battle at Bloody Beach (1961), Operation Bikini (1963) and Girl Happy (1965), and he also appeared in several made-for-TV movies. Crosby found success on the small screen, becoming a regular in such series as The Bill Dana Show (1963-1965) and Adam-12 (1968-1975, as Officer Ed Wells) and guest starring on a long list of TV shows, from The Jack Benny Program and Shower of Stars in 1955 through In the Heat of the Night (1992). Actress/dancer BARRIE CHASE (born in 1936) who made her film debut as a dancer in the 1952 film, Saramouche, is perhaps best known as one of Fred Astaire's dance partners. She first appeared with Astaire in the 1955 film, Daddy Long Legs. While working with him on Silk Stockings (1957), Astaire noticed her and invited Chase to be his dance partner in his first TV special (the couple would appear in four TV specials before Chase retired). Chase has also appeared in several other films, including Hans Christian Andersen (1952), White Christmas (1954), Cape Fear (1962), It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) and The Flight of the Phoenix (1965), and made guest appearances on several TV shows. Fine condition.

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