RAY MILLAND - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: GLORIA STUART - HFSID 46777
RAY MILLAND and GLORIA STUART This blue album leaf has the signatures of Oscar winners Ray Milland and Gloria Stuart affixed to it. Signatures: "Ray Milland" on 3½x¾ paper and "Gloria Stuart" on 3x¾ paper, both affixed to a 5x4 album leaf.
Sale Price $162.00
RAY MILLAND and GLORIA STUART
This blue album leaf has the signatures of Oscar winners Ray Milland and Gloria Stuart affixed to it.
Signatures: "Ray Milland" on 3½x¾ paper and "Gloria Stuart" on 3x¾ paper, both affixed to a 5x4 album leaf. RAY MILLAND (1905-1986) was a British and then American actor spent the 1930s and early 1940s playing light romantic leads in such films as Next Time We Love (1936); Three Smart Girls (1936); Easy Living (1937), in which he was especially charming opposite Jean Arthur in an early Preston Sturges script; and as the major in Billy Wilder's The Major and the Minor (1942), opposite Ginger Rogers. Milland won an Oscar for his intense and realistic portrait of an alcoholic in The Lost Weekend (1945). In Dial M for Murder, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, Milland convincingly portrays a wastrel husband who schemes to have his wife (Grace Kelly) murdered for the insurance. His later career was made up of mediocre parts in mostly bad films. GLORIA STUART, born in 1910, is an American actress with over 70 TV shows and movies to her credit between 1930 and 2006, her latest appearance as of this biography. The glamorous blonde leading lady of the 1930s, best remembered for her roles with Shirley Temple, retired in the 1940s to become a successful artist and book illustrator, but returned to acting in the 1970s. She appeared in such memorable films as James Whale's The Old Dark House (1932) and The Invisible Man (1933). From 1936 on, she appeared in John Ford's Prisoner of Shark Island (1936), the Shirley Temple vehicle Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1938), and the Ritz Brothers version of The Three Musketeers (1939). Stuart was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as the centenarian Rose Dawson in Titanic (1997). Signatures are lightly toned and creased. Top and left edges are irregular and have been neatly torn or cut from larger sheets. Album leaf is lightly toned and rippled. Torn neatly from album on left, with light paper loss. Otherwise, fine condition.
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