MORNING'S AT SEVEN PLAY CAST - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: NANCY MARCHAND, TERESA WRIGHT - HFSID 343144
MORNING AT SEVEN PLAY CAST: NANCY MARCHAND and TERESA WRIGHT Two of the stars from the popular TV program Morning At Seven sign their names on this black and white publicity photo Inscribed photograph co-signed:
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MORNING AT SEVEN PLAY CAST: NANCY MARCHAND and TERESA WRIGHT
Two of the stars from the popular TV program Morning At Seven sign their names on this black and white publicity photo
Inscribed photograph co-signed: "Always, for Danny/Nancy Marchand" and "To/Danny/With thanks/and good wishes/Teresa/Wright", B/w, in black felt tip, 8x10. NANCY MARCHAND (1928-2000), born in Buffalo, New York, was an Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actress. Marchand got her start on the stage. She had a total of 24 performances on Broadway between 1951 and 1994, with a Tony nomination for her performances in White Liars and Black Comedy (1993). She made the jump to TV in 1953 in Marty and to movies in 1957 in The Bachelor Party. Marchand had numerous guest star roles and appearances in soap operas after that, including Love of Life, The Edge of Night and Another World. Modern audiences probably know Marchand best as Margaret Pynchon from Lou Grant (1977-1982), a role that earned her four Emmys, and as Livia Soprano from The Sopranos (1999-2000), which earned her a Golden Globe and two Emmy nods. On a lighter note, she was also cast as long-suffering Mayor Barkley in the movie The Naked Gun (1988). TERESA WRIGHT, who made her Broadway debut in Our Town (1938), was spotted by Samuel Goldwyn the following year while appearing on the Great White Way in Life With Father. She began her Hollywood film career in 1941 in The Little Foxes, receiving a nomination for Best Supporting Actress. In 1942, she was nominated for both Best Actress (The Pride of the Yankees) and Best Supporting Actress (Mrs. Minniver) Academy Awards, winning in the latter category. Wright's feature film credits also include The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), The Rainmaker (1977) and Somewhere in Time (1980), and she also starred in a number of television dramas. She returned to the stage in Mary, Mary (1962) and the 1975 Broadway revival of Death of a Salesman. Light creases. Slightly bowed. Fine condition.
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