POLICE ACADEMY 6: CITY UNDER SIEGE MOVIE CAST: G.W. BAILEY, BUBBA SMITH, LESLIE EASTERBROOK, and GEORGE GAYNES The performers sign on an 8x10 photograph for the sixth installment of the Police Academy franchise Photograph Signed: "G.W.

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POLICE ACADEMY 6: CITY UNDER SIEGE MOVIE CAST: G.W. BAILEY, BUBBA SMITH, LESLIE EASTERBROOK, and GEORGE GAYNES The performers sign on an 8x10 photograph for the sixth installment of the Police Academy franchise Photograph Signed: "G.W. Bailey", "Bubba Smith", "Leslie/Easterbrook", "George/Gaynes". Color, 8x10. The 1989 film Police Academy 6: City Under Siege follows the story of foolish cadets taking to the streets to attempt to arrest three criminals on a spree. G.W. BAILEY (b. 1944) is an American stage and screen actor who made his debut in 1975, when he was cast in the television movie The Runaway Barge. Since his debut, Bailey has had a successful career, appearing in more than ninety titles over the past thirty-eight years. Some of his best remembered roles are that of Luther Rizzo on the hit television series M*A*S*H from 1979 to 1983, his role as Thadeus Harris in the popular Police Academy films, and more recently as Louie Provenza in the successful television show The Closer (2005-2012). Currently, Bailey fills the role of Executive Director of the Sunshine Kid's Foundation, helping provide fun for children and youth who have been diagnosed with cancer. An All-American football player at Michigan State, BUBBA SMITH (1945-2011) became a successful defensive end in the NFL. A member of the winning Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl V, he went on to play with the Oakland Raiders and Houston Oilers. After football, Smith pursued an acting career, portraying Moses Hightower in six Police Academy films, beginning in 1984. He also had recurring roles on TV, including a starring one in Blue Thunder (1984-1985). He has proven a hit in TV commercials as well, notably a series of Miller Lite beer ads. Award-winning American actress LESLIE EASTERBROOK (b. 1949) was originally born in California, but was adopted by a Nebraskan family, by whom she was raised. In 1976, Easterbrook made her stage debut, appearing in an original production of California Suite at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre. A few years later she made her stage debut with a small role in the 1980 film Just Tell Me What You Want. Since then, she has appeared in an impressive seventy-eight more titles, including one of her more well-known roles as Rhonda Lee in the 1980s television series Laverne & Shirley. In 1984, Leslie Easterbrook was cast as Sgt. Callahan in the popular film Police Academy, arguably her best known role. She has continued to reprise that role in the sequels as well as the television series. GEORGE GAYNES (1917-2016) was an American actor. Gaynes, who has a superb singing voice, got his start on the stage. His Broadway premiere was the 1950 musical The Consul, with a total of seven acting credits between then and 1974. Gaynes made his move from the Great White Way to the silver screen in 1955 as Whitelaw Savory in One Touch of Venus and to TV in 1957 with an episode of West Point. He has a total of over 80 movies and TV shows to his credit, including regular roles on the soaps Search for Tomorrow and General Hospital, not to mention a role as an oversexed soap actor in Tootsie (1981). He was also Henry Warnimont in Punky Brewster (1984-1988). But audiences probably know his best from a role that he would probably want to forget he ever had: oblivious Commandant Eric Lassard, which he played in Police Academy (1984) and six of its sequels. Corners lightly creased. Some surface scratches (lightly effecting signatures). Otherwise, fine condition.

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