RAOUL DELFOSSE - SCRIPT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: MICHEL AMPHOUX, ANNE BELLEC, PHILIPPE BIANCO, JEAN-MARC BRISSON, ANDRE CHANAL, JEAN-CLAUDE DROUOT, BRIGITTE HACQUIN, PATRICK PELLOQUET, JEAN-MARC POPOWER, ANDRE REYBAZ, GUY SAINT-JEAN, JOHNNY BIONDELLO, NADINE COUTANT - HFSID 38197
Copy of Jacques Audiberti's La Mégère apprivoisée, signed by the play cast near their respective photos on page 55. Many members have included notes in French, all of which are translated in full
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RAOUL DELFOSSE, MICHEL AMPHOUX, ANNE BELLEC, PHILLIPE BIANCO, JEAN-MARC BRISSON, ANDRE CHANAL, NADINE COUTANT, JEAN-CLAUDE DROUOT, BRIGITTE HACQUIN, JOHNNY BIONDELLO, PATRICK PELLOQUET, JEAN-MARC POPOWER, ANDRE REYBAZ and GUY SAINT-JEAN Copy of Jacques Audiberti's La Mégère apprivoisée, signed by the play cast near their respective photos on page 55. Many members have included notes in French, all of which are translated in full Script Signed: "Kind regards/ to Vegas/ Michel Amphoux" in black ink, "A hello/ from afar/ A Bellec" in black ink, "All my/ best wishes/ to Vegas/ Phillipe Bianco" in blue ink, "Hi/ Las/ Vegas!/ JMB" in blue ink, "All that is good in Vegas/ I like/ Andre Chanal" (in French and English) in blue ink, "To american [sic]/ fellows hoping/ I'll soon visit your/ town and/ museum-/ friendly [sic]/ Nadine/Coutant" (in English) in blue ink, " With all/ my best wishes/ to Vegas Raoul Delfosse" (in English) in blue ink, "Very Cordially/ Jean-Claude/ Drouot" in blue ink, "Bravo Vegas?/ Brigitte/Hacquin" (in Spanish) in blue ink, "In remembrance of an old poker in the countryside of Texas Bill/ Love/ to Las/ Vegas/ Johnny/ Biondello" in blue ink, "With all/ my best wishes/ Patrick Pelloquet" in blue ink, "Fearlessness/ and/ warm regards/ Jean-Marc/ Popower" in black ink, "For Vegas/ kind regards/ A. Reybaz" in black ink and "Viva Vegas/ Guy Saint-Jean" (in English) in blue ink, all on the cast pages. Many notes from the actors and actresses written in French, translated in full. 192 pages, 4¾x7¾x¼, Printed photos, b/w, of various sizes contained in the interior. French-language copy of Jacques Audiberti's La Mégère apprivoisée with numerous essays. . Published by Centre Dramatique National de Reims in Reims, France in 1984. RAOUL DELFOSSE (b. 1922) is a French actor with about 80 TV shows and films to his credit, his first in an uncredited role in Paris, Palais Hôtel (1956). One of his more recent showings came in the 2007 TV movie L'âge de l'amour. Moreover, he has acted in English-language films and TV shows, including French Connection II (1975), Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo (1977) and Hour of the Pig (1993). Delfosse has also done voice acting; French science-fiction fans may know him as the voice of Rygel in the French dub of Farscape. JEAN-CLAUDE DROUOT (b. 1938), has over 60 TV and movie credits since 1963, mostly in French-language productions. He notably played the title role in the TV series Theirry la Fronde (1963-1966). After getting his start on the stage, Drouot formed the Theatre of the Free University of Brussels. He is widely known for his performances in Shakespearean tragedies. ANDRE REYBAZ (b. 1929) has over 40 film and TV appearances to his name, mostly in French-language productions, and the bulk of which came between 1941 and 1986. One of his early appearances was in the short Un Chant d'Amour, the only film made by writer Jean Genet. GUY SAINT-JEAN (1923-2000) was an actor with over 50 French TV and movie credits between 1960 and 1992. ANNE BELLEC was an actress with over 20 French TV and movie credits between 1973 and 2007. She had a recurring role as Madame Maigret on the TV series Maigret (1991-1995). PHILLIP BIANCO was an actor with nine TV and movie credits between 1980 and 2005. American audiences may recognize him from the Majorettes in Space segment of Boy's Life 3 (2000). ANDRE CHANAL was an actor with 19 French-language film and TV credits between 1955 and 1983. MICHEL AMPHOUX is an actor with 24 film and TV credits, most of them French-language productions, between 1972 and 1996. PATRICK PELLOQUET is a stage actor and director. Lightly toned and creased. Light transference from signatures, which do not touch other signatures. Lightly chipped at lower right corner. Nicked at top edge and lower right corner. Otherwise, fine condition.
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