ONE DAY AT A TIME TV CAST - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT ON PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: BONNIE FRANKLIN, VALERIE BERTINELLI, MACKENZIE PHILLIPS - HFSID 341540
ONE DAY AT A TIME TV CAST Color publicity photograph for the 1970's sitcom signed by Bonnie Franklin, Mackenzie Phillips, and Valerie Bertinelli, who has added her married name of "Van Halen" Photograph signed: "Valerie/Bertinelli/Vab Halen", "Love, Bonnie Franklin", "Mackenzie Phillips", B/w 8x10.
Sale Price $288.00
ONE DAY AT A TIME TV CAST
Color publicity photograph for the 1970's sitcom signed by Bonnie Franklin, Mackenzie Phillips, and Valerie Bertinelli, who has added her married name of "Van Halen"
Photograph signed: "Valerie/Bertinelli/Vab Halen", "Love, Bonnie Franklin", "Mackenzie Phillips", B/w 8x10. Appearing in films from age 12 (The Kettles in the Ozarks and Hitchcock's The Wrong Man, 1956), BONNIE FRANKLIN (1944-2013) was most popular as single mom Ann Romano on the TV sitcom One Day At a Time (1975-1984), which was among TV's top twenty most-watched shows for eight consecutive seasons. She was a frequent guest of Johnny Carson on the Tonight show (1977-1985). VALERIE BERTINELLI (born in 1960) starred as Barbara Cooper on the TV sitcom One Day at a Time from 1975-1984. During this time, she made the first of many TV-movie starring appearances in 1979's Young Love, First Love. Bertinelli's film credits are limited, consisting of C.H.O.M.P.S. (1979) and Ordinary Heroes (1985). In the years since One Day at a Time, she has starred in two TV series - Sydney (1990) and Café American (1993). MACKENZIE PHILLIPS (b. 1959) was only 12 years old when filming started on American Graffiti (1973), her first film. She reached stardom asrebellious older sister Julie on the TV sitcom One Day at a Time in 1975, but she was fired from the series, rehired and then fired for good in 1983 for drug use. Although struggling with substance abuse problems thereafter, she has been a frequent guest on TV series, and starred as the female half of the touring rock duo Jack and Molly Phillips on the series So Weird (1989-1991). In real life, she is the daughter of Mamas and Papas lead singer John Phillips, and ex-stepdaughter of the same group's Michelle Phillips. Fine condition.
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