MILDRED DUNNOCK - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 317246
Sale Price $108.00
Signature of the character actress, known for her portrayals of long-suffering wives and mothers
Signature: "Mildred Dunnock", 5x3. Mildred Dunnock (1901-1991) played wife Linda Loman in Death of a Salesman three times: in the 1949 Broadway debut, in the 1951 film (which got her a Best Supporting Actress nomination) and in a TV re-make. Her soulful eyes made her a natural for playing spinster aunts and long-suffering wives and mothers. Dunnock was nominated again for an Oscar and a Golden Globe as Best Supporting Actress in Baby Doll (1956). Though never starring in a series, she was a very frequent presence on television, from the playhouses of the early 1950s to made for TV movies three decades later. She was the lady in a wheelchair pushed down the stairs to her death by psychopath Richard Widmark in Kiss of Death (1947). Slightly toned. Corners lightly worn. Ink note (unknown hand) on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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