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RICHARD BENJAMIN - INSCRIBED PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK TWICE - HFSID 342863

RICHARD BENJAMIN The actor and director signs still form his 1973 film Westworld twice in green ink Inscribed printed photograph signed in ink twice: "To Beth,/ Richard Benjamin" in green ink and 'To Beth,/ Richard/ Benjamin" in green ink (overwritten in black ink in unknown hand). Color, 10x8.

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Condition: slightly soiled, otherwise fine condition
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RICHARD BENJAMIN
The actor and director signs still form his 1973 film Westworld twice in green ink
Inscribed printed photograph signed in ink twice: "To Beth,/ Richard Benjamin" in green ink and 'To Beth,/ Richard/ Benjamin" in green ink (overwritten in black ink in unknown hand). Color, 10x8. Still from Benjamin's 1973 film Westworld. Actor/director Richard Benjamin (b. 1938) began his career on the stage, directing the London production of Barefoot in the Park (1965) and the following year, made his Broadway acting debut in The Star Spangled Girl for which he won a Theatre World Award for his performance. In 1967, he appeared with his wife, Paula Prentiss, in the TV situation comedy He and She. Benjamin made his first screen appearance in Goodbye Columbus and later appeared in such films as Catch-22 (1969), Portnoy's Complaint (1972), Westworld (1973), The Sunshine Boys (1976) and Love at First Bite (1980). He made his directorial bow with My Favor Year (1982), and continues to favor directing over acting. Toned and slightly soiled. Corners rounded. Light surface creases. Ink notes on verso in unknown hand. Otherwise, fine condition.

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