MENAHEM GOLAN - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: YORAM GLOBUS - HFSID 342374
MENAHEM GOLAN and YORAM GLOBUS Photograph of the successful cousin film-and-television duo, signed by each near their image. Extremely rare! Photograph signed: "M. Golan", "Yoram Globus", in blue metallic felt tip, B/w 10x8.
Sale Price $342.00
MENAHEM GOLAN and YORAM GLOBUS
Photograph of the successful cousin film-and-television duo, signed by each near their image. Extremely rare!
Photograph signed: "M. Golan", "Yoram Globus", in blue metallic felt tip, B/w 10x8. The Israeli producer, write, actor, and director MENAHEM GOLAN (1929-2014) started out at the Habima Theater in Tel Aviv as an apprentice, and eventually worked his way up to a position as Roger Corman's assistant. Since his humble beginnings as an apprentice, Golan has produced well over two-hundred titles, and has directed another forty-five. He is probably most well-known for his 1977 film Operation Thunderbolt, which earned him an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film. He spearheaded a production company named The Cannon Group that produced a long list of films until eventually being bought out by Pathe Communications. Some fans might know Golan better from the comic-book style movies he produced in the 1980s including Masters of the Universe (1987). Eventually, Golan produced multiple films as the head of the 21st Century Film Corporation. YORAM GLOBUS (b. 1943), cousin to film producer and director Menahem Golan, was also an Israeli born film producer. Golan and Globus bought The Cannon Group production company in 1979, which subsequently earned them the nickname "the Go-Go Boys" for their quick production of films (that were usually poorly received). After the Cannon Group was bought out, Globus returned to Israel and continued to work in Israeli film and television. His studio, GG Studios, is one of the largest film and television studios in Israel. Image pixelated. Fine condition.
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