NATALIE WOOD - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: A. C. LYLES - HFSID 26287
NATALIE WOOD and A.C. LYLES Handwritten notes to radio and TV interview host George Sanders from the two actors Autograph Note Signed: "To George,/ With love-/ and many thanks/ Natalie Wood", 7¾x10.
Sale Price $342.00
NATALIE WOOD and A.C. LYLES Handwritten notes to radio and TV interview host George Sanders from the two actors Autograph Note Signed: "To George,/ With love-/ and many thanks/ Natalie Wood", 7¾x10. Magazine photo, b/w on red background, 2x2¼, affixed at lower right margin. On verso: "George-/ Thanks for all/the 'dream times'/ A.C. Lyles" and "Thanks, George/ for an intelligent &/articulate interview./ That's rare!/ [name illegible]". Actress Natalie Wood (1938-1981) successfully made the transition from child star (1947's holiday favorite Miracle on 34th Street) to screen ingénue to accomplished mature actress. Along with Elizabeth Taylor, the photogenic Wood was a queen of the fan magazines in the 1950s and proved her talent with Academy Award nominations for Rebel Without a Cause (1955), Splendor in the Grass (1961) and Love with the Proper Stranger (1963). Other film credits of the versatile actress include The Searchers (1956), West Side Story (1961), and Gypsy (1962). She received eight Golden Globe nominations during her career. While on a boat with husband Robert Wagner and colleague Christopher Walken, Wood mysteriously fell off the boat and drowned. A.C. Lyles (1918-2013), a long-time executive at Paramount Pictures, produced a number of feature films, made-for-TV movies and the TV series Here's Boomer (1980-1982). His feature films include Short Cut to Hell (1957, his debut film), The Young and The Brave (1963), Johnny Reno (1966) and Night of the Lepus (1972). He produced the television movies The Last Day (1975) and Flight to Holocaust (1977). Lyles, who made his only cameo appearance in The Hunt for Red October (1990), was a Hollywood liaison during the Reagan and Bush administrations. He received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1988. These notes were written to George Sanders, a radio and television interview host in Los Angeles and later in Portland. Sanders collected autographs from guests on his show. Lower blank right corner torn off. Lightly shaded at lower right margin on verso. Irregular right edge from removal from bound book. Otherwise, fine condition.
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