MIDSUMMER PLAY CAST - PROGRAM SIGNED CIRCA 1958 CO-SIGNED BY: PAMELA MASON, JAMES MASON, PORTLAND MASON - HFSID 322072
MIDSUMMER PLAY CAST: JAMES MASON, PAMELA MASON and PORTLAND MASON The British actor signs a show bill for a production of Midsummer in Fayetteville, North Carolina, also signed by his wife and daughter, both actresses themselves.
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MIDSUMMER PLAY CAST: JAMES MASON, PAMELA MASON and PORTLAND MASON
The British actor signs a show bill for a production of Midsummer in Fayetteville, North Carolina, also signed by his wife and daughter, both actresses themselves.
Show Bill signed: "Pamela Mason" (Lily), "James Mason" (Val), "Portland Mason" (Carlo), 24 pages, 5¼x7¼, affixed to 9x12 piece of construction paper. Playbill for a 1958 production of Midsummer, starring James Mason, at the Famous Actors Country Playhouse, Fayetteville, North Carolina. English actor JAMES MASON (1909-1984) earned Oscar nominations for Best Actor for A Star Is Born (1954) and Best Supporting Actor for Georgy Girl (1966) and The Verdict (1982). Whether playing Brutus (Julius Caesar, 1953), a master spy (North By Northwest, 1959) or a pedophile (Lolita, 1962), Mason could be counted on for a strong performance. Among his other notable films are Madame Bovary (1949), The Desert Fox (1951), Prisoner of Zenda (1952) and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954). English actress and screenwriter PAMELA MASON (1922-1996), born Pamela Ostrer, the daughter of British film studio chief Isador Ostrer. At age 16, she married actor Roy Kellino. In 1939, while making her first film (as Pamela Kellino), she met the film's star James Mason. Pamela Mason played supporting roles in several films, appeared in many teleplays of the 1950s, co-hosted The James Mason Show (1956), and had two talk shows of her own. She wrote several books, including Marriage is the First Step Toward Divorce. James and Pamela Mason divorced in 1964. One of their children was daughter PORTLAND MASON (SCHUYLER), 1948-2004, named after a friend, Portland Hoffa, the wife of American actor comedian Fred Allen. She made many youthful TV appearances, and performed in regional theatre. Toned. Worn and soiled throughout. Small stains throughout. Otherwise, fine condition.
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