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NEVER TOO LATE PLAY CAST - INSCRIBED SHOW BILL SIGNED CIRCA 1965 CO-SIGNED BY: PENNY SINGLETON, LYLE TALBOT, MARJORIE NICHOLS - HFSID 322076

NEVER TOO LATE PLAY CAST A showbill for Never Too Late signed by Lyle Talbot, Penny Singleton, and Marjorie Nichols Show bill signed: "Penny Singleton", "To Don/Best Wishes/Lyle Talbot", "Marjorie Nichols", 2 pages, 6x9 affixed to a 9x12 sheet. Showbill for Never Too Late at the Broadway Theatre, 1965.

Sale Price $306.00

Reg. $340.00

Condition: fine condition
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NEVER TOO LATE PLAY CAST
A showbill for Never Too Late signed by Lyle Talbot, Penny Singleton, and Marjorie Nichols
Show bill signed: "Penny Singleton", "To Don/Best Wishes/Lyle Talbot", "Marjorie Nichols", 2 pages, 6x9 affixed to a 9x12 sheet. Showbill for Never Too Late at the Broadway Theatre, 1965. Some actors would wince at some of the jobs that LYLE TALBOT (1902-1996, born Lisle Henderson in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) took later in his career, but you have to give him credit for this, at least: he kept busy. Talbot piled up a phonebook-sized resume with 300 movies and TV shows between 1932 and 1987, which included roles as Commissioner Gordon in Batman and Robin (1949) and Lex Luthor in Atom Man vs. Superman (1950), both serials. He also had the dubious honor of appearing in not one but two movies by schlock director Ed Wood, Jr.: Glen or Glenda (1953) and the legendary Plan 9 From Outer Space (1956). Talbot had roles in more reputable movies, too. His good looks earned him co-star duties with Ginger Rogers in a number of mysteries in the 1930s (The Thirteenth Guest, 1932; A Shriek in the Night, 1933). As he got older, he became one of Hollywood's busiest villains. Talbot was busy on TV, too, including a recurring role as Joe Randolph on The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (1956-1966). Talbot was also one of 24 actors to organize the Screen Actors Guild in 1935.Between 1928 and 1950, PENNY SINGLETON (1908-2003) starred as Blondie, wife of Dagwood Bumstead, in 28 filmrenderings of the popular comic strip. She later became the voice of Jane Jetson in the TV animated series, The Jetsons, beginning in 1962. MARJORIE NICHOLS would appear in one Broadway play, Moonbirds. Pin holes in top and bottom margin of show bill. Light surface creases. Heavily toned. Stain near top margin of showbill. Corners lightly worn and creased. Sheet toned and stained around margin. Tear on top edge of sheet. Ink notes (unknown hand) on top right corner of sheet. Edges slightly worn and creased on sheet. Otherwise, fine condition.

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